Volynsky may mean:

*Artemy Petrovich Volynsky (1689-1740), Russian statesman
*Volodymyr-Volyns'kyi, Ukrainian city
*Dmitry Volynsky (1961 - ), Musician, Occupational Therapist

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  • Artemy Petrovich Volynsky — ( Артемий Петрович Волынский in Russian) (1689 ndash; 1740) was a Russian statesman and diplomat. His career started as a soldier but was rapidly upgraded to minister under Peter the Great and governor of Astrakhan. Peter stripped him of nearly… …   Wikipedia

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