Bazilev, Nizhnyi Kolonyi, Unterdorf, Veselovka, Vesëlovo
50°15' N 45°17' E
Unterdorf was founded in 1852/1853 as a Lutheran colony by colonists resettling from Dönhof, Grimm, Stephan, Franzosen, Norka, and Jost.
There was a church building in Unterdorf. The congregation in Unterdorf belonged to the parish headquartered in Rosenberg.
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**Of whom 840 were German.
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Last updated 19 October 2015.