a town in Vinnitsa oblast in the Republic of Ukraine, has a population of 7,668 as of 2004. According to the
of the History of the Jews in Litin, there were 3,874 Jewish residents
(41% of population) in 1897. Most of them left for
Israel, Canada, United States, or South America before the WWII, or
they perished during the holocaust between 1941-1944.
there are 10 Jewish residents living in Litin. The town is
situated 20-miles northwest of Vinnitsa, the capital of the
oblast. The highway M12 runs through the town
via Letichev and Kmelnitski.