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    Turka Raion

    Turka Raion

    Turka Raion (Ukrainian: Турківський район) is a raion in Lviv Oblast in western Ukraine. Its administrative center is Turka. It has a population of 54 906. It was established in 1939.
    6.63
    8 votes
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    8.50
    6 votes
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    Ternopil Raion

    Ternopil Raion

    Ternopil Raion (Ukrainian: Тернопільський район) is a raion in Ternopil Oblast in western Ukraine. Its administrative center is Ternopil. It has a population of 60 810.
    8.17
    6 votes
    5
    Saky Raion

    Saky Raion

    Saky Raion (Ukrainian: Сакський район, Russian: Сакский район, Crimean Tatar: Saq rayonı) is one of the 25 regions of Crimea, located in southern Ukraine. Its administrative center is the city of Saky.
    7.14
    7 votes
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    Korets Raion

    Korets Raion

    Korets Raion (Ukrainian: Корецький район) is a raion in Rivne Oblast in western Ukraine. Its administrative center is Korets. It has a population of 39337.
    7.50
    6 votes
    7
    Zarichne Raion

    Zarichne Raion

    Zarichne Raion (Ukrainian: Зарічненський район) is a raion in Rivne Oblast in western Ukraine. Its administrative center is Zarichne. It has a population of 36 345.
    7.50
    6 votes
    10
    Zdolbuniv Raion

    Zdolbuniv Raion

    Zdolbuniv Raion (Ukrainian: Здолбунівський район) is a raion in Rivne Oblast in western Ukraine. Its administrative center is Zdolbuniv. It has a population of .
    8.40
    5 votes
    11
    Reniyskyi Raion

    Reniyskyi Raion

    The Reni Raion (Ukrainian: Ренійський район; Romanian: Raionul Reni) is in south-western Ukraine, in the historic Budjak region. Its administrative center is the city of Reni. The population of the district was 40,680 in 2001. According to the 2001 Ukrainian census the population was 49% Moldovan, 18% Ukrainian, 15% Russian, 8.5% Bulgarian and 8% Gagauz.
    7.00
    6 votes
    12
    Sniatynskyi Raion

    Sniatynskyi Raion

    The Sniatyn Raion (Ukrainian: Снятинський район) is a raion (district) of the Ivano-Frankivsk Oblast (province) of Ukraine. Sniatyn is the administrative center of the raion.
    8.00
    5 votes
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    Teplytskyi Raion

    Teplyk Raion (Ukrainian: Теплицький район, translit. Teplytskyi raion) is a raion (district) of Vinnytsia Oblast in west-central Ukraine. Rural settlements in Teplyk raion include:
    5.86
    7 votes
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    Simferopol Raion

    Simferopol Raion

    Simferopol Raion (Ukrainian: Сімферопольський район, Russian: Симферопольский район, Crimean Tatar: Aqmescit rayonı) is one of the 25 regions of Crimea, located in southern Ukraine. The Simferopol Raion is situated in the central part of the republic.
    6.67
    6 votes
    16
    Novoazovskyi Raion

    Novoazovskyi Raion

    The Novoazovsk Raion (Ukrainian: Новоазовський район, translit.: Novoazovs'kyi raion; Russian: Новоазовский район, translit.: Novoazovskiy raion) is a raion (district) within the southern portion of Donetsk Oblast in eastern Ukraine. Its administrative center is Novoazovsk, population is 38,861, and its area is 1,000 km². The raion's southern portion borders the Azov Sea. Within the Novoazovs'kyi Raion there are: one city (Novoazovsk), 1 urban-type settlement (Sedovo), 9 selsovets, and 59 settlements. Also included within the raion are: 14 industrial organizations, 4 construction and transport organizations, 9 kolhozy, 5 sovhozy, 3 rybkolhozy, 5 industrial organizations, 4 construction companies, 35 medical schools, 27 resort areas, and 26 libraries. Until 1920, the territory of the Novoazovs'kyi Raion was included in the Voyska Donskogo Oblast' of the Russian Empire. In April of the same year, the territory, then located within the Taganrogskiy Raion, was ceded to the newly organaized Donetsk Governorate. In the beginning of 1923, the Novo-Nikolaevskiy Raion was organized. On September 22, 1923, the administrative center of the then Novo-Nikolaevskiy Raion, Novo-Nikolaevka, was
    7.60
    5 votes
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    Borshchiv Raion

    Borshchiv raion (Ukrainian: Борщівський район, translit. Borschivs’kyi raion) is a raion (a district within Ternopil Oblast (province) in western Ukraine, an area known as Galicia. The administrative center of the raion is Borshchiv. The district's population is 75,358. Of this, 19,621 are urban inhabitants (mostly concentrated in Borshchiv). The territory of Borshchiv raion is 1,006 square kilometers (100,600 hectares). There are 70 villages (selo) within the raion, 2 urban-type settlements and one city (misto) - Borshchiv. The major villages in Borshchiv district include: Names are given in Ukrainian followed by Polish and Russian names in brackets. Some of the villages listed below (those located to the southeast of Borshchiv), belong administratively to the bordering Zalishchytskyi Raion.
    8.75
    4 votes
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    Myronivskyi Raion

    Myronivskyi Raion

    Myronivka Raion (Ukrainian: Миронівський район) is a raion (district) in Kiev Oblast of Ukraine. Its administrative center is Myronivka.
    8.75
    4 votes
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    Mykolaiv Raion

    Mykolaiv Raion

    Mykolaiv Raion (Ukrainian: Миколаївський район) is a raion in Lviv Oblast in western Ukraine. Its administrative center is Mykolaiv. It has a population of 94 506. It was established in 1939.
    7.40
    5 votes
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    Sarny Raion

    Sarny Raion

    Sarny Raion (Ukrainian: Сарненський район) is a raion in Rivne Oblast in western Ukraine. Its administrative center is Sarny. It has a population of 99 739.
    8.50
    4 votes
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    Uzhhorodskyi Raion

    Uzhhorodskyi Raion

    Uzhhorod Raion (Ukrainian: Ужгородський район, Hungarian: Ungvári járás) is one of the raions (districts) of Zakarpattia Oblast in western Ukraine. It's administrative center is the city of Uzhhorod, also the center of the surrounding oblast.
    8.50
    4 votes
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    Dykanskyi Raion

    Dykanskyi Raion

    Dykanskyi Raion (Ukrainian: Диканський район; translit.: Dykans'kyi Raion) is a raion (district) in the central Ukrainian province of Poltava. The raion's administrative center is the urban-type settlement of Dykanka. Important rivers within the Dykanskyi Raion include the Vorskla and Orzhytsya rivers.
    9.67
    3 votes
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    Krasnolymanskyi Raion

    Krasnolymanskyi Raion

    The Krasnyi Lyman Raion (Ukrainian: Краснолиманський район, translit.: Krasnolymans'kyi raion; Russian: Краснолиманский район, translit.: Krasnolimanskiy raion) is a raion (district) within Donetsk Oblast in eastern Ukraine. Its administrative center is Krasnyi Lyman, but the city itself is not located within the raion. Its population is 24,781 and its area is 1,018 square kilometres. Within the Krasnolymanskyi Raion there are: 5 urban-type settlements (Yampil, Kirovs'k, Dorobysheve, Novoselivka, and Yarova), 6 selsovets, and 46 settlements. Also included within the raion are: 5 sovhozy, 11 kolhozy, 7 industrial organisations, 35 schools, 31 libraries, and 2 movie theaters. Before 1917, the raion was part of the Kharkov Guberniya. The national nature park Svyati Hory is 404.48 km² and it contains plant life from the region of the Seversky Donets River. The park contains over 1,008 different plants, almost 20% of them being endemic plants. Forty-six plants that grow here and 50 types of animals are entered into the Ukraine's Red Book of Rare Species. The fauna contains 43 types of mammals, 194 types of birds, 10 types of reptiles, 9 types of amphibians and 40 types of fish. Another
    9.33
    3 votes
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    Liubashivskyi Raion

    Liubashivskyi Raion

    Liubashivka Raion (Liubashivskyi Raion) is a district in Odessa Oblast, Ukraine. In 2001 its population was 33,000. Its administrative center is Liubashivka. The district is primarily Ukrainophone. Important rivers within the Liubashivskyi Raion include the Kodyma and Tyligul Rivers. Through the territory of the Liubashivskyi Raion pass the railroad routes from Odessa to Kirovograd. It has two railway stations (in Zaplazy and Liubashivka). The district also lies on 2 international highways — route Saint Petersburg – Kiev – Odessa M05E95; and route Chişinău (Moldova) - Kirovograd M13E577. .
    9.33
    3 votes
    29
    Shatsk Raion

    Shatsk Raion

    Shatsk Raion (Ukrainian: Шацький район) is a raion in Volyn Oblast in western Ukraine. Its administrative center is Shatsk. It has a population of 18 213.
    8.00
    4 votes
    32
    Kolomyiskyi Raion

    Kolomyiskyi Raion

    The Kolomyia Raion (Ukrainian: Коломийський район) is a raion (district) of the Ivano-Frankivsk Oblast (province). The city of Kolomyia is the administrative center of the raion, but administratively the city is directly subordinated to the oblast administration. The raion has three urbanized towns and couple of small villages beside numerous other villages.
    6.80
    5 votes
    35
    Izmailsky Raion

    Izmailsky Raion

    Izmailsky Raion (Ukrainian: Ізмаїльський район Izmayil's'kyi rayon; Russian: Измаильский район Izmail'skii raion) is a raion (administrative division) in Odessa Oblast in southwestern Ukraine. It is in the historical region of Budjak in southern Bessarabia and its administrative seat is Izmail. In the 2001 Ukrainian Census, the raion had a multi-ethnic population of 54,692. 29% were Ukrainians, 28% Moldovans, 26% Bessarabian Bulgarians and 16% Russians.
    7.75
    4 votes
    36
    Rivne Raion

    Rivne Raion

    Rivne Raion (Ukrainian: Рівненський район) is a raion in Rivne Oblast in western Ukraine. Its administrative center is Rivne. It has a population of 87 091.
    7.75
    4 votes
    38
    Terebovlya Raion

    Terebovlya Raion

    Terebovlya Raion (Ukrainian: Теребовлянський район) is a raion in Ternopil Oblast in western Ukraine. Its administrative center is Terebovlya. It has a population of 70 900.
    6.60
    5 votes
    39
    Bilotserkivskyi Raion

    Bilotserkivskyi Raion

    Bila Tserkva Raion (Ukrainian: Білоцерківський район) is a raion (district) in Kiev Oblast of Ukraine. Its administrative center is Bila Tserkva. The raions area totals 1,276.8 km². Bila Tserkva Raion consists of 1 city (Uzyn), 1 town (Terezyne) and 58 villages. The settlements of Bila Tserkva Raion are: Various monuments of architecture located within the raion's territory include: Famous people from the territory that is now known as the Bilotserkivskyi Raion include:
    7.50
    4 votes
    40
    Demydivka Raion

    Demydivka Raion

    Demydivka Raion (Ukrainian: Демидівський район) is a raion in Rivne Oblast in western Ukraine. Its administrative center is Demydivka. It has a population of 18 375.
    7.50
    4 votes
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    Svaliava Raion

    Svaliava Raion

    Svaliava Raion (Ukrainian: Свалявський район) is a raion in Zakarpattia Oblast in western Ukraine. Its administrative center is Svaliava. It has a population of 54 869.
    8.67
    3 votes
    43
    Artemivskyi Raion

    Artemivskyi Raion

    The Artemivsk Raion (Ukrainian: Артемівський район, translit.: Artemivs'kyi raion; Russian: Артёмовский район, translit.: Artyemovskiy raion) is a raion (district) within the northeastern part of Donetsk Oblast in eastern Ukraine. Its administrative center is Artemivsk, but the city itself administratively is not considered part of the raion. Its population is 53,866 and its area is 1,687 square kilometres. Within the Artemivsky Raion there are one city (Sivers'k), one town (Luhans'ke), 19 selsovets, and 104 settlements. Also included within the raion are 21 kolhozy, 14 sovhozy, 4 industrial organisations, 43 libraries, and a movie theater.
    10.00
    2 votes
    45
    Zhydachiv Raion

    Zhydachiv Raion

    Zhydachiv Raion (Ukrainian: Жидачівський район) is a raion in Lviv Oblast in western Ukraine. Its administrative center is Zhydachiv. It has a population of 80 812. It was established in 1939.
    10.00
    2 votes
    46
    Dunaivtsi Raion

    Dunaivtsi Raion

    Dunaivtsi Raion (Ukrainian: Дунаєвецький район) is a raion in Khmelnytskyi Oblast in Ukraine. Its administrative center is Dunaivtsi. Its population is 66 900 inhabitants. It was established in 1923. 1 city, 2 urban-type settlements and 83 villages are located in Dunaivtsi Raion. Dunaivtsi Region is a part of Podolia. It is one out 20 Raions of Khmelnytskyi Oblast. It is a large Raion and ranks as the 5th among the largest with respect to the total area (1 182 km² corresponding to 5.7% of the total area of Khmelnytskyi Oblast).
    6.40
    5 votes
    47
    Dubno Raion

    Dubno Raion

    Dubno Raion (Ukrainian: Дубенський район) is a raion in Rivne Oblast in western Ukraine. Its administrative center is located in Dubno, while the city of Dubno is designated into a separate municipality. The population of raion is 48 704. It is divided into one town municipality (township) that includes the town of Smyha and 23 rural municipalities consisting of 103 villages.
    7.25
    4 votes
    49
    Kremenetskyi Raion

    Kremenetskyi Raion

    Kremenets Raion (Ukrainian: Кременецький район) is a raion (district) in Ternopil Oblast of western Ukraine. The administrative center is the city of Kremenets.
    7.25
    4 votes
    51
    Radyvyliv Raion

    Radyvyliv Raion

    Radyvyliv Raion (Ukrainian: Радивилівський район) is a raion in Rivne Oblast in western Ukraine. Its administrative center is Radyvyliv. It has a population of 40 033.
    7.25
    4 votes
    52

    Tarascha Raion

    Tarascha Raion (Ukrainian: Таращанський район) is a raion (district) in Kiev Oblast of Ukraine. Its administrative center is Tarascha.
    7.25
    4 votes
    53

    Berdyansk Raion

    Berdyansk Raion (Ukrainian: Бердянський район) is one of the 19 raions (districts) of Zaporizhia Oblast in southern Ukraine. The administrative center of the region is Berdiansk which is situated on the northern coast the Sea of Azov.
    8.33
    3 votes
    54

    Khotyn Raion

    Khotyn Raion (Ukrainian: Хотинський район) is an administrative raion (district) in the southern part of Chernivtsi Oblast in western Ukraine, on the Romanian border. The region has an area of 716 km² and 72,000 inhabitants, and centers on the city of Khotyn.
    8.33
    3 votes
    55
    Umanskyi Raion

    Umanskyi Raion

    Uman Raion (Ukrainian: Уманський район, translit.: Umans'kyi raion) is a raion (district) in the westernmost corner of Cherkasy Oblast (province) of central Ukraine. Its administrative center is Uman with 88,730 inhabitants. Uman Raion, the 4th largest in Cherkasy Oblast, covers 1.394,7 km² with population density of 35.7 p/km² and a population of 49,800 (2005). The head of district state administration (2006) is Petro Hryhorenko. Telephone code for the district is +380-4744. Postal codes for district settlements range within 20300 - 20399. The city of Uman is the administrative center of the Umanskyi Raion, but the city is not subordinate to the raion administration, but instead is directly subordinate to the oblast administration. The Uman Raion includes 1 urban-type settlement and 52 rural settlements. Some of the raion's settlements include: Ukraine's two the most famous granite deposits Starobabanske and Tanske are located in the raion. The first one in Stari Babany a few km north east of Uman and the second in the village of Tanske. Their granite production is widely exported.
    8.33
    3 votes
    56
    Rakhiv Raion

    Rakhiv Raion

    Rakhiv Raion (Ukrainian: Рахівський район, Romanian: Raionul Rahău) is a raion in Zakarpattia Oblast in western Ukraine. Its administrative center is Rakhiv. It has a population of 90,945. Romanian is since September 2012 a regional language in the village of Bila Tserkva; meaning it will now be used in the towns administrative office work and documents. This was made possible after new legislation on languages in Ukraine was passed in the summer of 20112. City: Rakhiv (Rahó, Rachov between 1920–1938 and 1944–1945) Towns: Villages: Note: Hungarian name of places are given in parenthesis at first. Slovakian name of ones were valid between 1920–1938 and 1944–1945.
    6.20
    5 votes
    57
    Bohorodchanskyi Raion

    Bohorodchanskyi Raion

    The Bohorodchany raion (Ukrainian: Богородчанський район) is a district (raion) of the Ivano-Frankivsk Region in Ukraine. A town of Bohorodchany is the administrative center of the district. The raion is vaguely reminiscent with the Bohorodczan Powiat of the Stanisławów Voivodeship (1920 - 1932). The district is located in the south-western part of the Ivano-Frankivsk Region (also known as Prykarpattia) stretching from its center towards peaks of the Carpathian Mountains that serve as a natural border between Prykarpattia and Zakarpattia. To the west of the district is located the Rozhniativ district, to the north - Kalush, north-east - Tysmenytsia, south-east - Nadvirna. The Bohorodchany district also has a small border with the Zakarpattia Region. The physical geography of the district is not the same and divided into three landscape zones: plains, piedmont (foothills), mountains. The highest peak is the mountain Syvulia 1,836.6 m (6,026 ft) which is located on the border of Bohorodchany and Rozhniativ districts and is part of Gorgany mountainous system. Two major rivers that flow through the area are Bystrytsias of Solotvyn and Nadvirna. The total area of forests in the district
    9.50
    2 votes
    58
    Krasnoarmiiskyi Raion

    Krasnoarmiiskyi Raion

    The Krasnoarmiisk Raion (Ukrainian: Красноармійський район; Russian: Красноармейский район) is a raion (district) within Donetsk Oblast in eastern Ukraine. Its administrative center is Krasnoarmiysk, but the city itself is located within the raion. Its population is 37,384 and its area is 1,316 square kilometres. Within the Dobropilskyi Raion there are: 3 urban-type settlements (Hrodivka, Novoekonomichne, Udachne), 13 selsovets, and 99 settlements. Also included within the raion are: 22 kolkhozy, 7 sovhozy, 5 industrial organizations, 3 hospitals, 36 schools, and 31 libraries. An architectural monument in the raion is the Petropavlovs'ka Church (1840 - village of Krasne), Church of the Birth of the Theotokos (Russian: церковь Рождества Богородицы) (1799 - urban-type settlement of Novoekonomichne), and the Voznesens'ka Church (1893 - village of Novotroyits'ke). The composer Sergei Prokofiev (1891–1953) was born here. Forty-four different nationalities live in the Krasnoarmiysky Raion. They include: Ukrainians, Russians, Belarusians, Germans, Azerbaijanis, Crimean Tatars, Moldavians, Armenians, Greeks, and others. Eighty percent of the population is composed of Ukrainians.
    9.50
    2 votes
    59
    Hoshcha Raion

    Hoshcha Raion

    Hoshcha Raion (Ukrainian: Гощанський район) is a raion in Rivne Oblast in western Ukraine. Its administrative center is Hoshcha. It has a population of 38 861.
    7.00
    4 votes
    60
    Storozhynetskyi Raion

    Storozhynetskyi Raion

    Storozhynets Raion (Ukrainian: Сторожинецький район, Romanian: Raionul Storojineţ) is a raion (administrative district) in Chernivtsi Oblast, (province) in the southwest of Ukraine, administrative center is Storozhynets. It borders with Romania from south, Vyzhnytsia Raion from west, Kitsman Raion from north, municipality of Chernivtsi and Hlyboka Raion from east. According to the 2001 Ukrainian Census, the raion's population was 95,295. The ethnic composition of the district's population as reported by the census: 56,786 Ukrainians, 35,095 Romanians, 1,367 Russians, 307 Moldovans, and 1,740 other. The Romanian population is concentrated in the south of the raion, especially around the village of Krasnoilsk (Romanian: Crasna). The raion has 1 city (Storozhynets), 1 town (Krasnoilsk) and 37 villages. These villages are listed in below:
    7.00
    4 votes
    61
    Tysmenytskyi Raion

    Tysmenytskyi Raion

    Tysmenytsia Raion (Ukrainian: Тисменицький район) is an administrative raion (district) of the Ivano-Frankivsk Oblast (province) in western Ukraine. It was created on December 8, 1966 as Ivano-Frankivsk Raion. Since March 28, 1982 the name of raion is Tysmenytsia when the administrative center of it became the city of Tysmenytsia. The raion is located near the eastern border of the Ivano-Frankivsk Oblast. To the north it borders Halych Raion, to the west - Kalush and Bohorodchany raions, to the south - Kolomyia and Nadvirna raions, and to the east - Tlumach Raion with small portion of a oblast demarcation line with Ternopil Oblast. The raion completely surrounds the Ivano-Frankivsk Municipality with numerous villages bordering with it and are part of the city's infrastructure: Uhryniv, Yamnytsia, Drahomyrchany, Zahvizdya, and others. The administrative center of the raion, Tysmenytsia, is only 11 kilometres (6.8 mi) away from Ivano-Frankivsk. The oldest settlements in the raion are Cherniiv (1404), Stari Kryvotuly (1436), Uhryniv (1440), others. There are 43 general education schools in the raion with best ones located in Tysmenytsia, Yezupil, Lysets, Markivtsi, Radcha, Stari
    8.00
    3 votes
    63
    Ostroh Raion

    Ostroh Raion

    Ostroh Raion (Ukrainian: Острозький район) is a raion in Rivne Oblast in western Ukraine. Its administrative center is Ostroh. It has a population of 31 000.
    6.75
    4 votes
    65
    Horokhiv Raion

    Horokhiv Raion

    Horokhiv Raion (Ukrainian: Горохівський район) is a raion in Volyn Oblast in western Ukraine. Its administrative center is Horokhiv.
    9.00
    2 votes
    66
    Lysianskyi Raion

    Lysianskyi Raion

    Lysianka Raion (Ukrainian: Лисянський район, Lysyans'kyi Raion) is a raion (administrative district) of the Cherkasy Oblast. As of 2001, its population is 28,721, its area is 746 square kilometres, and the administrative center is Lysianka. The population of the Lysianka Raion (as of 2001) was 28,721. The Lysianka Raion consists of 1 town (Lysianka) and 38 villages. The villages of the Lysianka Raion include:
    9.00
    2 votes
    67
    Nizhnegorskiy Raion

    Nizhnegorskiy Raion

    Nyzhnohirskyi Raion (Ukrainian: Нижньогірський район, Russian: Нижнегорский район, Crimean Tatar: Seyitler rayonı) is one of the 25 regions of Crimea, located in southern Ukraine. It is situated in the north-eastern part of the republic.
    9.00
    2 votes
    68

    Sokyriany Raion

    Sokyriany Raion (Ukrainian: Сокирянський район) is an administrative raion (district) in the southern part of Chernivtsi Oblast in western Ukraine, on the Romanian border. The region has an area of 661 km² and 48,000 inhabitants, and centers on the city of Sokyriany.
    9.00
    2 votes
    69
    Bohuslavskyi Raion

    Bohuslavskyi Raion

    Bohuslav Raion (Ukrainian: Богуславський район) is a raion (district) in Kiev Oblast of Ukraine. Its administrative center is Bohuslav. Bohuslav raion consists of 1 city (Bohuslav), and 40 villages. The villages of Bohuslav raion include:
    7.67
    3 votes
    70
    Irshavskyi Raion

    Irshavskyi Raion

    Irshava Raion is a raion (district) in Zakarpattia Oblast of westernmost corner of Ukraine. The main city and administrative center is Irshava. Irshava district is situated on the foothills on the Carpathian mountains.
    7.67
    3 votes
    71
    Kremenchutskyi Raion

    Kremenchutskyi Raion

    Kremenchutskyi Raion (Ukrainian: Кременчуцький район; translit.: Kremenchutskyi raion) is a raion (district) in the central Ukrainian province of Poltava. The raion's administrative center is the city of Kremenchuk. Important rivers within the Kremenchutskyi Raion include the Psel and Dnipro rivers. The raion was officially founded in 1939.
    7.67
    3 votes
    73
    Lyubeshiv Raion

    Lyubeshiv Raion

    Lyubeshiv Raion (Ukrainian: Любешівський район) is a raion in Volyn Oblast in western Ukraine. Its administrative center is Lyubeshiv. It has a population of 37 124.
    7.67
    3 votes
    74
    Radekhiv Raion

    Radekhiv Raion

    Radekhiv Raion (Ukrainian: Радехівський район) is a raion in Lviv Oblast in western Ukraine. Its administrative center is Radekhiv. It has a population of 52 439. It was established in 1965.
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    Amvrosiivskyi Raion

    Amvrosiivskyi Raion

    The Amvrosiivka Raion (Ukrainian: Амвросіївський район, translit.: Amvrosiivs'kyi raion; Russian: Амвросиевский район, translit.: Amvrosievskiy raion) is a raion (district) within the eastern part of Donetsk Oblast in the Eastern Ukraine. The raion has an international border with the Russian Federation (Rostov Oblast) to its east and south (still not establsihed), Starobesheve Raion to its southwest, cities of Donetsk and Makiivka to the west, and Shakhtarsk Raion to its north. The border with Russia stretches here for 73 kilometres (45 mi). Raion was established on March 7, 1923 as a part of the Taganrog uyezd (county), Donetsk Governorate initially, a month later it was included into the Stalino Okruha (Yuzivka, at first). Eventually the raion became a part of the Donetsk Oblast. The raion is located in the southern portion of the Donetsk Ridge and its territory belongs to a steppe zone of Ukraine. On the territory of the raion are located following natural landmarks: Within the Amvrosiivka Raion there is: one city (Amvrosiivka), 3 urban-type settlements (Kuteynykove, Novoamvrosiikske, and Voykovskyi), 30 selsovets, and 43 settlements. Also included within the raion are: 14
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    Boryspilskyi Raion

    Boryspilskyi Raion

    Boryspil Raion (Ukrainian: Бориспільський район, translit.: Boryspil's'kyi raion) is an administrative raion (district) in east-central Kiev Oblast of Ukraine. Its administrative center is Boryspil. The raion's area totals 146 km², and has a population of 53,483. The Boryspil raion is located in the east-central area of the Kiev Oblast, and has a total area of 146 km². On the raion's southern border flows the Dnieper River (Dnipro). Near the river, the raion's lowest elevation points are located. Other rivers that flow through the raion include: the left tributaries of the Dnieper: Pavlivka, Mlen, Ikva, and the right tributaries of the Trubizh River: Bochechky, Karan', Vohnyscha, Krasylivka, Al'ta, and Il'tytsia. All of the raion's rivers flow through the low-elevation territory, making all of the rivers flow more slowly. The rivers take their sources from winter snowfalls and seasonal rains. On the southern-most border of the raion is the Kaniv Reservoir, which provides electric supply to nearby areas. Forests cover about 150 km² of the raion's 146 km² area. The Boryspil raion's total population is 53,483, which includes 23,400 males, and 30,080 females. The number of pensioners
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    Kaharlytskyi Raion

    Kaharlytskyi Raion

    Kaharlyk Raion (Ukrainian: Кагарлицький район) is a raion (district) in Kiev Oblast of Ukraine. Its administrative center is Kaharlyk.
    10.00
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    Rohatynskyi Raion

    Rohatynskyi Raion

    The Rohatyn Raion (Ukrainian: Рогатинський район) is a raion (district) of the Ivano-Frankivsk Oblast (province). Rohatyn is the administrative center of the raion.
    10.00
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    Rozhniativskyi Raion

    Rozhniativskyi Raion

    The Rozhniativ Raion (Ukrainian: Рожнятівський район) (Polish: Rozniatow) is a raion (district) of the Ivano-Frankivsk Oblast (province). Rozhniativ is the administrative center of the raion. The region does not have cities, however there are several towns.
    10.00
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    Kovel Raion

    Kovel Raion

    Kovel Raion (Ukrainian: Ковельський район) is a raion in Volyn Oblast in western Ukraine. Its administrative center is Kovel. It has a population of 43 340.
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    Kupyanskyi Raion

    Kupiansk Raion is a district in Ukraine in the Kharkiv Oblast. It is approximately 120 kilometers to the east of Kharkiv and 40 kilometers south of the border with the Russian Federation. The area of city Kupiansk is 33.43 km². Two settlements are located within the region: Kivsharivka and Kupensk-Uzlovoi. Data from the most recent regional census reports a population of 62 thousand inhabitants within the city limits of Kupiansk. Kupensk and the inhabitants of district are served by three hospitals, three medical clinics, three children's clinics and three women's clinics, two sanitary-epidemiology stations. Nine general schools work within the city school system: three high schools, night-school, special general school-boarding-school. Professional schools include a motor transport technical school, medical college, agrarian lyceum, higher professional technical school № 27, professional school № 34. Liberal education of Kupensk includes three musical schools and two sporting schools, station of young technicians and station of young naturalists. For a children under the age of six child's preschools exist. Four houses of culture, a regional museum, three city libraries, four
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    Malovyskivskyi Raion

    Malovyskivskyi Raion (Ukrainian: Маловисківський район) is a raion (district) of the Kirovohrad Oblast in central Ukraine. The city of Mala Vyska is the administrative center of the raion. The raion is mostly agricultural with some industries located around the regional center. Major products include sugar beets and sugar, milk and some cereal products. Mala Vyska is also the location for the regional boarding school and the regional administration. Outside of Mala Vyska, the region is composed of several small towns and villages.
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    Zolochiv Raion

    Zolochiv Raion

    Zolochiv Raion (Ukrainian: Золочівський район) is a raion in Lviv Oblast in western Ukraine. Its administrative center is Zolochiv. It has a population of 74 686. It was established in 1939.
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    Brusylivskyi Raion

    Brusylivskyi Raion

    Brusyliv District (raion) (Ukrainian: Брусилівський район, translit. Brusylivs'kyi raion) is a raion (district) in the eastern part of Zhytomyr Oblast of northern Ukraine. Its administrative center is Brusyliv, and it consists of 36 villages and 1 urban-type settlement. Population: 18,186 residents. The territory is 625 km². Rural settlements in Brusyliv raion include: It is situated in the south-eastern part of the region. Distance from the district (urban-type Brusyliv) to the regional center - 80 km by highways. There are centres of relaxation and recreational resources of reservoirs on the rivers Zdvyzh, Irpen. There are the settlements of the Kievan Rus, (XI-XII.) in the villages Soloviyivka, Sobolivka, Skochyshche, Mistechko among the archaeological monuments. Architecture –memorials- the Church of XVII c . in v. Ozera, the remains of the castle of Capuchin Order (1787) in Brusylov; bust of Taras Shevchenko (1997) in the district center, a memorial sign on the place estate of church and religious figure I. Ohienko. Scientific, religious and church figure I. Ogienko; a singer, People's Artist of USSR Y. Chervonyuk, a graphic artist, the Honored Artist of the USSR A. Lopukhova;
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    Hrebinkivskyi Raion

    Hrebinkivskyi Raion

    Hrebinkivskyi Raion (Ukrainian: Гребінківський район; translit.: Hrebinkivs'kyi Raion) is a raion (district) in the central Ukrainian province of Poltava. The raion's administrative center is the city of Hrebinka, which has a separate administrative status within the oblast'. Important rivers within the Hrebinkivskyi Raion include the Sliporod and Orzhytsya rivers. The raion was officially founded on February 25, 1935, updated on December 8, 1966.
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    Novoselytskyi Raion

    Novoselytskyi Raion

    Novoselytsia Raion (Ukrainian: Новоселицький район, Romanian: Raionul Noua Suliță pronounced [raˈjonul ˈnowa ˈsulit͡sə]) is a raion (administrative district) in Chernivtsi Oblast, (province) in the west of Ukraine. The center of the raion is the town of Novoselytsia. According to the 2001 Ukrainian Census, the raion's population was 87,241. The ethnical composition was as follows: Sofia Rotaru was born in Marshintsy, one of the Romanian speaking villages of Novoselytskyi Raion. Tarasivtsi village in the raion is notable as the only place in Ukraine where the Moldovan (Romanian) language has been designated as a regional language. This occurred after Ukraine permitted regional languages to be designated in August 2012 .
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    Busk Raion

    Busk Raion

    Busk Raion (Ukrainian: Буський район) is a raion (district) in Lviv Oblast (province) in western Ukraine. It was established in 1966. Its administrative center is Busk. It has a population of 50,871. The villages (selo) of the Busk Raion include:
    7.33
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    Mizhhiria Raion

    Mizhhiria Raion

    Mizhhiria Raion (Ukrainian: Міжгірський район) is a raion in Zakarpattia Oblast in western Ukraine. Its administrative center is Mizhhiria. It has a population of 49,890.
    7.33
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    Obukhivskyi Raion

    Obukhivskyi Raion

    Obukhiv Raion (Ukrainian: Обухівський район) is a raion (district) in Kiev Oblast of Ukraine. Its administrative center is Obukhiv. Media related to Obukhiv Raion at Wikimedia Commons
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    Pohrebysche Raion

    Pohrebysche Raion (Ukrainian: Погребищенський район, translit. Pohrebyschens'kyi raion) is a raion (district) of Vinnytsia Oblast in west-central Ukraine. The Pohrebysche Raion is situated on the Podillian forest-steppe area in the north-eastern part of Vinnytsia Oblast. To the north it borders Zhytomyr Oblast (Ruzhyn Raion) and to the east Kiev Oblast (Skvyra Raion, Volodarka Raion, Tetiiv Raion). The Ros River finds its source in the village of Ordyntsi in the Pohrebysche Raion. The Pohrebysche Raion was formed on March 7, 1923 as a part of Kiev Governorate, but on February 27, 1932 it was included in the newly formed Vinnytsia Oblast. Although the area of the raion has changed over the years. The biggest change was in 1963 when Plyskiv Raion was dissolved. There are one city, 57 villages and five minor settlements in the Pohrebysche Raion. There are one city council and 26 village councils.
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    Tatarbunarskyi Raion

    Tatarbunarskyi Raion

    Tatarbunary Raion (Ukrainian: Татарбунарський район) is a raion (district) in Odessa Oblast of Ukraine. The raion is located in the south-west part of the oblast, along the Black Sea coast. Its administrative center is the city of Tatarbunary. Geographically, there are 1 city (Tatarbunary), and 35 villages in the raion. Administratively, there are 1 City Council (Tatarbunary), and 18 Village Councils. As of 2006, Tatarbunary raion is a home to 41,710 residents, out of which 10,740 live in the raion center, Tatarbunary. Tatarbunarskyi Raion was established in 1940, as one of 13 raions of newly established Akkerman Oblast (later Izmail Oblast) of Ukrainian SSR. The area was transferred from Kingdom of Romania to the USSR following June 1940 Soviet Ultimatum. In 1954, Izmail Oblast was liquidated, and Tatarbunarskyi Raion, as well as other raions of the oblast, was transferred to Odessa Oblast. In 1978, the administrative center of the raion, Tatarbunary, was given city status.
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    Horodok Raion

    Horodok Raion

    Horodok Raion (Ukrainian: Городоцький район) is a raion in Lviv Oblast in western Ukraine. Its administrative center is Horodok. It has a population of 73,974. It was established in 1939.
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    Kozivskyi Raion

    Kozivskyi Raion

    Kozova Raion (Ukrainian: Козівський район) is district in Ternopilska oblast of western Ukraine. The adiministrative center is the town of Kozova. Its area is 694 km². District's population today: 41,841 inhabitants; including 9,252 people in Kozova, the administrative center. Population of Kozova in 1900 was 2,031 and in 1939 it was 2,570. Other villages in Kozova Raion include: On the basis of new topographical map of Ternopil region published in Ukrainian in 1990 s Names are given in Ukrainian (Polish / Russian):
    6.25
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    Rokytnianskyi Raion

    Rokytnianskyi Raion

    Rokytne Raion (Ukrainian: Рокитнянський район) is a raion (district) in Kiev Oblast of Ukraine. Its administrative center is Rokytne.
    6.25
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    Hadyatskyi Raion

    Hadyatskyi Raion

    Hadyatskyi Raion (Ukrainian: Гадяцький район; translit.: Hadyats'kyi Raion) is a raion (district) in the central Ukrainian province of Poltava. The raion's administrative center is the city of Hadiach. Important rivers within the Hadyatskyi Raion include the Psel and Horol rivers.
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    Lutsk Raion

    Lutsk Raion

    Lutsk Raion (Ukrainian: Луцький район) is a raion in Volyn Oblast in western Ukraine. Its administrative center is Lutsk. It has a population of 56 231.
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    Ratne Raion

    Ratne Raion

    Ratne Raion (Ukrainian: Ратнівський район) is a raion in Volyn Oblast in western Ukraine. Its administrative center is Ratne. It has a population of 52 530.
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    Rozhysche Raion

    Rozhysche Raion

    Rozhysche Raion (Ukrainian: Рожищенський район) is a raion in Volyn Oblast in western Ukraine. Its administrative center is Rozhysche. It has a population of .
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    Borodianskyi Raion

    Borodianskyi Raion

    Borodyanka Raion (Ukrainian: Бородянський район) is a raion (district) in Kiev Oblast of Ukraine. Its administrative center is Borodyanka.
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    Tarutynskyi Raion

    Tarutynskyi Raion

    Tarutyne Raion (Ukrainian: Тарутинський район Tarutyns'kyj rajon) is a raion (administrative division) in Odessa Oblast in southwestern Ukraine. It is in the historical region of Budjak in southern Bessarabia and its administrative seat is Tarutyne. In the 2001 Ukrainian Census, the raion had a multi-ethnic population of 45,169 of which 38% were Bessarabian Bulgarians, 25% Ukrainians, 17% Moldovans, 14% Russians, and 6% Gagauz people. The area was formerly home to a number of Bessarabia Germans, which could have once made up a majority in the surrounding areas.
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    Velykyy Bereznyi Raion

    Velykyy Bereznyi Raion

    Velykyy Bereznyi Raion (Ukrainian: Великоберезнянський район) is a raion in Zakarpattia Oblast in western Ukraine. Its administrative center is Velykyi Bereznyi. It has a population of 28 211.
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    Baryshivskyi Raion

    Baryshivskyi Raion

    Baryshivka Raion (Ukrainian: Баришівський район, translit.: Baryshivs’kyi raion) is a raion in east-central Kiev Oblast (province) of Ukraine. Its administrative center is Baryshivka. The raions area totals 957.6 km². The raion was formerly known as Baryshivska Rairada from 1923 to 1963. The Baryshivka Raion is located in the east-central area of Kiev Oblast, and has a total area of 957.6 km² (about 3.46 % of the total oblast's territory). Water covers about 10 km² of raion. Through the raion flow the tributaries of the Dnieper: Trubizh, Krasylivka, Ilta, and the Nedra rivers. The Baryshivka Raion borders the following raions: the Boryspilskyi and Yahotynskyi raions of Kiev Oblast on the west, the Yahotynskyi raion on the east, the Zgurivskyi raion of Kiev Oblast and the Bobrovytskyi raion of Chernihiv Oblast on the north, and the Pereiaslav-Khmelnytskyi raion on the south. The urban population of the Baryshivka Raion includes 11,300 people, and village population includes 29,700 people. The number of pensioners totals 12,800, about 31.1% of the total population of the raion. The density of the raion's population is 42.9 p/km². The birth rate for the raion is 4 children per 1,000
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    Berezne Raion

    Berezne Raion

    Berezne Raion (Ukrainian: Березнівський район) is a raion in Rivne Oblast in western Ukraine. Its administrative center is Berezne. It has a population of 63 987.
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    Kelmentsi Raion

    Kelmentsi Raion (Ukrainian: Кельменецький район) is an administrative raion (district) in the southern part of Chernivtsi Oblast in western Ukraine, on the Romanian border. The region has an area of 670 km² and 48,400 inhabitants, and centers on the city of Kelmentsi.
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    Krasnoperekopsk Raion

    Krasnoperekopsk Raion

    Krasnoperekopsk Raion (Ukrainian: Красноперекопський район, Russian: Красноперекопский район, Crimean Tatar: Krasnoperekopsk rayonı) is one of the 25 regions of Crimea, located in southern Ukraine. It is situated in the northern part of the republic.
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    Lenine raion

    Lenine raion

    Lenine Raion (Ukrainian: Ленінський район, Russian: Ленинский район, Crimean Tatar: Yedi Quyu rayonı) is one of the 25 regions of Crimea, in southern Ukraine. It is situated in the eastern part of the republic.
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    1 votes
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    Stavysche Raion

    Stavysche Raion (Ukrainian: Ставищенський район) is a raion (district) in Kiev Oblast of Ukraine. Its administrative center is Stavysche.
    9.00
    1 votes
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    Tlumatskyi Raion

    Tlumatskyi Raion

    The Tlumach Raion (Ukrainian: Тлумацький район) is a raion (district) of the Ivano-Frankivsk Oblast (province). Tlumach is the administrative center of the raion.
    9.00
    1 votes
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    Yahotynskyi Raion

    Yahotynskyi Raion

    Yahotyn Raion (Ukrainian: Яготинський район) is a raion (district) in Kiev Oblast of Ukraine. Its administrative center is Yahotyn.
    9.00
    1 votes
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    Zboriv Raion

    Zboriv Raion

    Zboriv Raion (Ukrainian: Зборівський район) is a raion in Ternopil Oblast in western Ukraine. Its administrative center is Zboriv. It has a population of 47 040.
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    Halytskyi Raion

    Halytskyi Raion

    The Halych Raion (Ukrainian: Галицький район) is a raion (district) of the Ivano-Frankivsk Oblast (province). The Halych Raion was organized on January 20, 1940 soon after the Soviet invasion of Poland roughly from the Rohatyn and Stanisławów powiats of Stanisławów Voivodeship. From 1944 to 1962 the administrative center was located in the urbinized-settlement of Burshtyn. In 1963 the territory of Bilshivtsi Raion (1940–1963) was brought under Halych administration. In 1993 Burshtyn received back its city status which it lost in 1942. The current administrative center, the city of Halych, has long history. Prior to the mid-13th century it was the center of the once prominent Halych-Volyn Principality. In 1241 the city of Halych was destroyed during the Mongol invasion therefore the state capital was transferred to Kholm by the King Danylo Halytsky, while the destroyed Halych with the surrounding settlement was left as the bishop residence. Around this period the area was under series of conflicts involving the struggle between the Ruthenian factions as well as Kingdom of Poland, Kingdom of Hungary, Grand Duchy of Lithuania, and Golden Horde. In the 13th century the Halych
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    Tiachiv Raion

    Tiachiv Raion

    Tiachiv Raion (Ukrainian: Тячівський район, Romanian: Raionul Teceu) is a raion in Zakarpattia Oblast in western Ukraine. Its administrative center is Tiachiv. It has a population of 171 850.
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    Volodars’kyi  Raion

    Volodars’kyi Raion

    Volodars’kyi Raion (Ukrainian: Володарський район) is a raion (district) in Kiev Oblast of Ukraine. Its administrative center is Volodarka.
    6.67
    3 votes
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    Chornukhynskyi Raion

    Chornukhynskyi Raion

    Chornukhynskyi Raion (Ukrainian: Чорнухинський район; translit.: Chornukhyns'kyi Raion) is a raion (district) in the central Ukrainian province of Poltava. The raion's administrative center is the urban-type settlement of Chornukhy. Important rivers within the Dykanskyi Raion include the Vorskla and Orzhytsya rivers.
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    Ivanychi Raion

    Ivanychi Raion

    Ivanychi Raion (Ukrainian: Іваничівський район) is a raion in Volyn Oblast in western Ukraine. Its administrative center is Ivanychi. It has a population of 35 995.
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    Khust Raion

    Khust Raion

    Khust Raion (Ukrainian: Хустський район) is a raion in Zakarpattia Oblast in western Ukraine. Its administrative center is Khust. It has a population of 96,960.
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    Myrhorodskyi Raion

    Myrhorodskyi Raion

    Myrhorodskyi Raion (Ukrainian: Миргородський район; translit.: Myrhorods'kyi raion) is a raion (district) in the central Ukrainian province of Poltava. The raion's administrative center is the city of Myrhorod, which has a separate administrative status within the oblast'. Important rivers within the Myrhorodskyi Raion include the Psel and Khorol rivers. The raion was officially founded on July 3, 1923, from the old raion of Lubny. The raion's boundaries, in its current form, exist form January 8, 1966. An important village in the raion is Velyki Sorochyntsi, in which, since the 1960s, takes place the Sorochynski Fair. On April 1 [O.S. March 20] 1809, famous writer Nikolai Gogol was born in Velyki Sorochyntsi. His short story The Fair at Sorochintsï made the small village, and its fair, world-famous.
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    Shumsk Raion

    Shumsk Raion

    Shumsk Raion (Ukrainian: Шумський район) is a raion in Ternopil Oblast in western Ukraine. Its administrative center is Shumsk. It has a population of 36,511.
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    Zbarazh Raion

    Zbarazh Raion

    Zbarazh Raion (Ukrainian: Збаразький район) is a subdivision known as a raion in the Ternopil Oblast of Ukraine. The administrative center is the city of Zbarazh.
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    Bakhchisaray raion

    Bakhchisaray raion

    Bakhchisaray Raion (Ukrainian: Бахчисарайський район, Russian: Бахчисарайский район, Crimean Tatar: Bağçasaray rayonı) is one of the 25 regions of Crimea. Bakhchisaray raion is situated in the southwestern part of the republic. 2/3 of the raion's area is mountainous, while the western part of the region is occupied by the coastal plain.
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    Pidhaietskyi Raion

    Pidhaietskyi Raion

    Pidhaitsi Raion (Ukrainian: Підгаєцький район) is a district in the western part of Ternopil Oblast, western Ukraine. It is part of the historic area known as Halychyna (Galicia). The administrative center is the city of Pidhaitsi. The Koropets river flows through the district. This raion was formed as a separate district on December 6, 1991 by a decree of the Ukrainian parliament. Before that it was part of neighbouring Berezhanskyi Raion. The population of the district is 22,913 inhabitants. Of these 3,203 are concentrated in Pidhaitsi, the rest in the villages cited below. The area of Pidhaitsi Raion is 496 km (192 sq mi). Names are presented in modern Ukrainian transliteration. Polish spellings (often used in documents prior to 1939 when the area was part of the Austro-Hungarian empire and Poland) are given in parenthesis:
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    Sambir Raion

    Sambir Raion

    Sambir Raion (Ukrainian: Самбірський район) is a raion in Lviv Oblast in western Ukraine. Its administrative center is Sambir. It has a population of 74 598. It was established in 1965.
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    Brodivskyi Raion

    Brodivskyi Raion

    Brody Raion (Ukrainian: Бродівський район, translit: Brodivs’kyi raion) is a raion (district) of the Lviv Oblast (region) of Western Ukraine. Its administrative center is Brody. The raion is located at the easternmost portion of the Lviv Region bordering with Rivne and Ternopil regions to its east, Volyn region to the north, Radekhiv district to the northwest, Busk district to the west, and Zolochiv district to the southwest. Historically, the district (county) became known as border checkpoint between the Austria-Hungary Empire and the Russian Empire. As a county (powiat) it was established in 1866 as part of the Kingdom of Galicia and Lodomeria. After the World War I the area became part of the Second Polish Republic within the Tarnopol Voivodeship. During the World War II, during the invasion of the Soviet forces, the district was established by the Soviet administration. The raion has a city administrative area, a "town with three other villages" administrative area and 23 rural councils which are formed out of the rest of the 73 villages. Some councils include up to 10 villages (Ponykva), while some consist only of a pair of villages. The villages (selo) of the Brody Raion
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    Lokhvytskyi Raion

    Lokhvytskyi Raion

    Lokhvytskyi Raion (Ukrainian: Лохвицький район; translit.: Lokhvyts'kyi Raion) is a raion (district) in the central Ukrainian province of Poltava. The raion's administrative center is the city of Lokhvytsia, which has a separate administrative status within the oblast'. Important river within the Lokhvytskyi Raion is the Sula River. The raion was officially founded on 1971.
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    Skvyra Raion

    Skvyra Raion (Ukrainian: Сквирський район) is a raion (district) in Kiev Oblast of Ukraine. Its administrative center is Skvyra.
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    Volochysky Raion

    Volochysky Raion

    Volochysk Raion (Ukrainian: Волочи́ський район) is a raion (administrative district) of the Khmelnytskyi Oblast. As of 2004, its population is 58,900, its area is 1,103 square kilometres, and the administrative center is Volochysk. Volochysky is south of Teofipolsky Raion, west of Krasylivsky Raion and Khmelnytskyi, north of Gorodotsky Raion, and east of Ternopil Oblast. The Buzhok, Grabarka, Zbruch, Sluch, Ushuka and other rivers flow through the district. The district is the source of the Southern Bug River (near the village Kholodets). There is a rail line through the district as well as the Uzhgorod-Ternopil-Kirovograd-Donetsk E50 highway. Two gas pipelines run through the district, Dashava-Kiev and Kiev-Western Ukraine. There are more than 70 archaeological sites in the district. The sites include Paleolithic, Mesolithic, Bronze Age, Early Iron Age, Chernyakhov culture and Kievan Rus' settlements. From 1923 to 1932 the district was part of the Proskuriv region, then from 1932 to 1937 it was part of the Vinnytsia region. Following that from 1937 to 1954 it was part of the Kamenets Podolsk region. Since 1954 it has been part of the Khmelnytskyi region. During the 1930s
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    Yavoriv Raion

    Yavoriv Raion

    Yavoriv Raion (Ukrainian: Яворівський район) is a raion in Lviv Oblast in western Ukraine. Its administrative center is Yavoriv. It has a population of 122 200. It was established in 1939.
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    Bilohirsk raion

    Bilohirsk raion

    Bilohirsk Raion (Ukrainian: Білогірський район, Russian: Белогорский район, Crimean Tatar: Qarasuvbazar rayonı) is one of the 25 regions of the Autonomous Republic of Crimea, located in southern Ukraine. This landlocked region is situated in the foothills of the central Crimea. The raion's centre is the historical town of Bilohirsk.
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    Buchach Raion

    Buchach Raion

    Buchach Raion (Ukrainian: Бучацький район) is a raion in Ternopil Oblast in western Ukraine. Its administrative center is Buchach. It has a population of 65 078.
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    Chutivskyi Raion

    Chutivskyi Raion

    Chutivskyi Raion (Ukrainian: Чутівський район; translit.: Chutivs'kyi Raion) is a raion (district) in the central Ukrainian province of Poltava. The raion's administrative center is the urban-type settlement of Chutove. Important rivers within the Chutivskyi Raion include the Kolomak and Orchyk rivers.
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    Dobropilskyi Raion

    Dobropilskyi Raion

    The Dobropillia Raion (Ukrainian: Добропільський район, translit.: Dobropil's'kyi raion; Russian: Добропо́льский район, translit.: Dobropol'skiy raion) is a raion (district) within the southwestern part of Donetsk Oblast in eastern Ukraine. Its administrative center is Dobropillia. Its population is 20,482 and its area is 949 square kilometres. Within the Dobropillia Raion there is: one urban-type settlement (Svyatohorivka - 2,100 inhabitants), 9 selsovets, and 66 settlements. Also included within the raion are: 17 kolhozy, and 3 sovhozy, 4 industrial organizations, 4 construction organizations, 2 railroad stations, 44 Meduchredzheniy, and 47 libraries. An architectural monument in the raion is a palace (1887-1914-selo Zelyenoe).
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    Makarivskyi Raion

    Makarivskyi Raion

    Makariv Raion (Ukrainian: Макарівський район) is a raion (district) in Kiev Oblast of Ukraine. Its administrative center is Makariv.
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    Mostyska Raion

    Mostyska Raion

    Mostyska Raion (Ukrainian: Мостиський район) is a raion in Lviv Oblast in western Ukraine. Its administrative center is Mostyska. It has a population of 61 919. It was established in 1939.
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    Vyshhorodskyi Raion

    Vyshhorodskyi Raion

    Vyshhorod Raion (Ukrainian: Вишгородський район) is a raion (district) in Kiev Oblast of Ukraine. Its administrative center is Vyshhorod.
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    Ivankivskyi Raion

    Ivankivskyi Raion

    Ivankiv Raion (Ukrainian: Іванківський район) is a raion (district) in Kiev Oblast of Ukraine. Its administrative center is Ivankiv. The raion has increased in 1986 after the liquidation of the Chernobyl Raion due to the Chernobyl disaster. Today Ivankiv Raion administers the former territory of the depopulated region that is majorly part of the zone of alienation and supervised by the Ministry of Emergencies of Ukraine.
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    Kitsman Raion

    Kitsman Raion (Ukrainian: Кіцманський район) is an administrative raion (district) in the southern part of Chernivtsi Oblast in western Ukraine, on the Romanian border. The region has an area of 610 km² and 71,000 inhabitants, and centers on the city of Kitsman.
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    Lokachi Raion

    Lokachi Raion

    Lokachi Raion (Ukrainian: Локачинський район) is a raion in Volyn Oblast in western Ukraine. Its administrative center is Lokachi. It has a population of 25 386.
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    Poliskyi Raion

    Poliskyi Raion

    Poliske Raion (Ukrainian: Поліський район) is a raion (district) in Kiev Oblast of Ukraine. Its administrative center is Krasiatychi.
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    Stara Vyzhivka Raion

    Stara Vyzhivka Raion

    Stara Vyzhivka Raion (Ukrainian: Старовижівський район) is a raion in Volyn Oblast in western Ukraine. Its administrative center is Stara Vyzhivka. It has a population of .
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    Staryi Sambir Raion

    Staryi Sambir Raion

    Staryi Sambir Raion (Ukrainian: Старосамбірський район) is a raion in Lviv Oblast in western Ukraine. Its administrative center is Staryi Sambir. It has a population of 85 400. It was established in 1944.
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    Taraschanskyi Raion

    Taraschanskyi Raion

    Tarascha raion (Ukrainian: Таращанський район) is a raion (district) in Kiev Oblast of Ukraine. Its administrative center is Tarascha.
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    Brovarskyi Raion

    Brovarskyi Raion

    Brovary Raion (Ukrainian: Броварський район) is a raion (district) in Kiev Oblast of Ukraine. Its administrative center is Brovary.
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    Kosivskyi Raion

    Kosivskyi Raion

    Kosiv Raion (Ukrainian: Косівський район) is a raion (administrative district) of the Ivano-Frankivsk Oblast of Ukraine. The city of Kosiv is the administrative center of the raion.
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    Mukachivskyi Raion

    Mukachivskyi Raion

    The Mukachevo Raion (Ukrainian: Мукачівський район, Hungarian: Munkácsi Járás) is a raion (district) of the Zakarpattia Oblast (province) in Ukraine. Mukachevo is the administrative center of the raion.
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    Pustomyty Raion

    Pustomyty Raion

    Pustomyty Raion (Ukrainian: Пустомитівський район) is a raion in Lviv Oblast in western Ukraine. Its administrative center is Pustomyty. It has a population of 112 009. It was established in 1959.
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    Kirovske raion

    Kirovske raion

    Kirovske Raion (Ukrainian: Кіровський район, Russian: Кировский район, Crimean Tatar: İslâm Terek rayonı) is one of the 25 regions of the Autonomous Republic of Crimea, located in southern Ukraine. It is located in the eastern part of the republic. The southern part of the raion is occupied with the foothills, while the northern one is situated in the Crimean steppe. Raion's centre is the town of Kirovske. The North-Crimean channel (the main waterway of northern Crimea supplying the republic with water from the Dnieper river) is going through the region. The raion is famous for the historical town of Stary Krym.
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    Krasnohvardiyske Raion

    Krasnohvardiyske Raion

    Krasnohvardiiske Raion (Ukrainian: Красногвардійський район, Russian: Красногвардейский район, Crimean Tatar: Qurman rayonı) is one of the 25 regions of Crimea, located in southern Ukraine. Krasnohvardiyske raion is situated in the central part of the republic.
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    Lanivtsi Raion

    Lanivtsi Raion

    Lanivtsi Raion (Ukrainian: Лановецький район) is a raion in Ternopil Oblast in western Ukraine. Its administrative center is Lanivtsi. It has a population of 33 294.
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    Nadvirnianskyi Raion

    Nadvirnianskyi Raion

    The Nadvirna Raion (Ukrainian: Надвірнянський район) is a raion (district) of the Ivano-Frankivsk Oblast (province). Nadvirna is the administrative center of the raion.
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    Rokytne Raion, Rivne Oblast

    Rokytne Raion, Rivne Oblast

    Rokytne Raion (Ukrainian: Рокитнівський район) is a raion in Rivne Oblast in western Ukraine. Its administrative center is Rokytne. It has a population of 51 926. Rokytne Raion is probably the place with the highest birth rate in all of Ukraine. The Raion recorded a birth rate of 24.0 per 1,000 in 2008. The village council of Glinne is widely regarded as holding the record for the highest birth rate in all of Europe.
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    Volodarskyi Raion

    Volodarskyi Raion

    Volodarka Raion (Ukrainian: Володарський район) is a raion (district) in Kiev Oblast of Ukraine. Its administrative center is Volodarka.
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    Vyzhnytsia Raion

    Vyzhnytsia Raion (Ukrainian: Вижницкий район) is an administrative raion (district) in the southern part of Chernivtsi Oblast in western Ukraine, on the Romanian border. The region has an area of 903.4 km² and 59,993 inhabitants, and centers on the city of Vyzhnytsia.
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    Chortkiv Raion

    Chortkiv Raion

    Chortkiv Raion (Ukrainian: Чортківський район) is a raion in Ternopil Oblast in western Ukraine. Its administrative center is Chortkiv. It has a population of 80 861.
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    Berehove Raion

    Berehove Raion

    The Berehove Raion (Ukrainian: Берегівський район, Hungarian: Beregszászi járás) is a district (raion) in the Zakarpattia Oblast (province) in the westernmost corner of Ukraine. The main city and administrative center is Berehove. For over half of millennium the territory of the district was part of Bereg County. The district covers 635 km (245 sq mi) and composes about 5.5% territory of the region. It is located at the south-western portion of the region on the border with Hungary. The district also borders with such districts of the region as Mukachevo, Uzhhorod, Irshava, and Vynohradove. Through the district flow three rivers Tisza, Borzhava, and Salva. Most of the territory is an open plain with some elevation at its north-eastern portion, closer to the Carpathian ridges. According to the 2001 Ukrainian Census, the population of Berehivskyi Raion is 54,614(as of 2004), which is about 4% of the Zakarpattia region population. About 50,000 reside in a rural area. Although ethnic Hungarians in Ukraine are in majority here (76.1%), ethnic groups are relatively numerous in Berehove Raion. The largest of these are Ruthenes (18.8%), Russians (0.7%), Roma (4.1%). The Berehove district
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    Kivertsi Raion

    Kivertsi Raion

    Kivertsi Raion (Ukrainian: Ківерцівський район) is a raion in Volyn Oblast in western Ukraine. Its administrative center is Kivertsi. It has a population of 65 924.
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    Mlyniv Raion

    Mlyniv Raion

    Mlyniv Raion (Ukrainian: Млинівський район) is a raion in Rivne Oblast in western Ukraine. Its administrative center is Mlyniv. It has a population of 41 756.
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    Perechyn Raion

    Perechyn Raion

    Perechyn Raion (Ukrainian: Перечинський район) is a raion in Zakarpattia Oblast in western Ukraine. Its administrative center is Perechyn. It has a population of 32 026.
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    Pervomayskiy Raion of Crimea

    Pervomayskiy Raion of Crimea

    Pervomaiskyi Raion (Ukrainian: Первомайський район, Russian: Первомайский район, Crimean Tatar: Curçı rayonı) is one of the 25 regions of Crimea, located in southern Ukraine. It is situated in the north-western part of the republic.
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    Zastavna Raion

    Zastavna Raion (Ukrainian: Заставнівський район) is an administrative raion (district) in the southern part of Chernivtsi Oblast in western Ukraine, on the Romanian border. The region has an area of 617.7 km² and 57,000 inhabitants, and centers on the city of Zastavna.
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    Hlybotskyi Raion

    Hlybotskyi Raion

    Hlyboka Raion (Ukrainian: Глибоцький район, Romanian: Raionul Adâncata pronounced [raˈjonul adɨŋˈkata]) is an administrative district of Chernivtsi Oblast in western Ukraine. The population of the raion as of 2001 is 72,682 inhabitants , its area covers 686 km. The administrative center is the town of Hlyboka. There are 37 villages in the raion. In Hlybotskyi Raion there are 46 secondary schools. Among them, in 25 schools students acquire education in the Ukrainian language, in 20 schools in Romanian, and in one in Russian. There is also one vocational school. According to the Ukraine Census (2001), the 72,676 residents of the raion reported themselves as following: Ukrainians: 34,025, Romanians: 32,923, Moldovans: 4,425, Russians: 877, and other: 426. The Raion has also 34 public hospitals and clinics.
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    Kaluskyi Raion

    Kaluskyi Raion

    The Kalush Raion (Ukrainian: Калуський район) is a raion (district) of the Ivano-Frankivsk Oblast (province). Kalush is the administrative center of the raion. The city of Kalush itself is designated into a separate city raion within the oblast. The raion was formed on October 28, 1963. In 1972 part of the raion became incorporated into the Kalush municipality. The oldest settlements in the Raion are Stankiv (1158), Zaviy (13th century), Holyn' (1391), and Novytsia (14th century). The leader of the Organization of Ukrainian Nationalists, Stepan Bandera, was born in Uhryniv Staryi in Kalush Rayon, on January 1, 1909. Ivan Rubchak and the writer M. Kozonis were also born in Kalush Raion.
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    Liuboml Raion

    Liuboml Raion

    Liuboml Raion (Ukrainian: Любомльський район) is a raion in Volyn Oblast in western Ukraine. Its administrative center is Liuboml. It has a population of 43 198.
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    Peremyshliany Raion

    Peremyshliany Raion

    Peremyshliany Raion (Ukrainian: Перемишлянський район) is a raion in Lviv Oblast in western Ukraine. Its administrative center is Peremyshliany. It has a population of 47 763. It was established in 1939.
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    Pidvolochysk Raion

    Pidvolochysk Raion

    Pidvolochysk Raion (Ukrainian: Підволочиський район) is a raion in Ternopil Oblast in western Ukraine. Its administrative center is Pidvolochysk. It has a population of 46 309.
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    Fastivskyi Raion

    Fastivskyi Raion

    Fastiv Raion (Ukrainian: Фастівський район) is a raion (district) in Kiev Oblast of Ukraine. Its administrative center is Fastiv.
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    Hertsaivskyi Raion

    Hertsaivskyi Raion

    Hertsa Raion (Ukrainian: Герцаївський район, translit.: Hertsaiivs'kyi raion; Romanian: Raionul Herţa pronounced [raˈjonul ˈhert͡sa]) is an administrative raion (district) in the southern part of Chernivtsi Oblast in western Ukraine, on the Romanian border. The region has an area of 308.7 km² and 32,000 inhabitants, and centers on the city of Hertsa. The region was part of the Principality of Moldavia since its founding in the 14th century and after the union of Moldavia with Wallachia in 1859 it became part of Romania, which gained its formal independence in 1877. Hertza region was occupied by the Soviet Union in 1940 following the signing of the Molotov-Ribbentrop Pact with Nazi Germany, and was added to the Ukrainian Soviet Socialist Republic. It was recaptured by Romania in 1941 in the course of Axis attack on the Soviet Union in the Second World War, but was recaptured again by the Soviet Army in 1944. The annexation was confirmed by the Paris Peace Treaties in 1947 between the USSR and the Communist Romania. The fact that neither the secret protocol (appendix) of the Molotov-Ribbentrop Pact, which specified the expansionist claims of both sides, nor the June 1940 Soviet
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    Husiatyn Raion

    Husiatyn Raion

    Husiatyn Raion (Ukrainian: Гусятинський район) is a raion in Ternopil Oblast in western Ukraine. Its administrative center is Husiatyn. It has a population of 66 803.
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    Milovskyi Raion

    Milovskyi Raion

    Milove Raion (Ukrainian: Міловський район, translit. Milovs'kyi raion; Russian: Меловский район, translit. Melovskiy raion) is a raion (district) in the eastern Ukrainian province of Luhansk. It is located on the Russian border.
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    Volodymyrets Raion

    Volodymyrets Raion

    Volodymyrets Raion (Ukrainian: Володимирецький район) is a raion in Rivne Oblast in western Ukraine. Its administrative center is Volodymyrets. It has a population of 61981.
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    Vynohradiv Raion

    Vynohradiv Raion

    Vynohradiv Raion (Ukrainian: Виноградівський район, Hungarian: Nagyszőlősi jaras) is a raion in Zakarpattia Oblast in western Ukraine. Its administrative center is Vynohradiv. It has a population of 117957.
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    Zhovkva Raion

    Zhovkva Raion

    Zhovkva Raion (Ukrainian: Жовківський район) is a raion in Lviv Oblast in western Ukraine. Its administrative center is Zhovkva. It has a population of 109 173. It was established in 1940.
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    Rozdolne Raion

    Rozdolne Raion

    Rozdolne Raion (Ukrainian: Роздольненський район, Russian: Раздольненский район, Crimean Tatar: Aqşeyh rayonı) is one of the 25 regions of Crimea, located in southern Ukraine. It's administrative center is the city of Rozdolne.
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    Drohobytskyi Raion

    Drohobytskyi Raion

    Drohobych Raion (Ukrainian: Дрогобицький район, translit: Drohobyts’kyi raion) is a raion (district) of the Lviv Oblast (province) of western Ukraine. Its administrative center is Drohobych. It has a population of 75,700 (2004). There are 74 villages in the Drohobych Raion. The villages (Ukrainian: selo) of the Drohobych Raion include: http://gska2.rada.gov.ua/pls/z7502/A004SNP?rdat1=21.06.2006&rf7571=19417
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    Stryi Raion

    Stryi Raion

    Stryi Raion (Ukrainian: Стрийський район) is a raion in Lviv Oblast in western Ukraine. Its administrative center is Stryi. It has a population of 67 700. It was established in 1939.
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    Tetiivskyi Raion

    Tetiivskyi Raion

    Tetiiv raion (Ukrainian: Тетіївський район) is a raion (district) in Kiev Oblast of Ukraine. Its administrative center is Tetiiv.
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    Vasylkivskyi Raion

    Vasylkivskyi Raion

    Vasylkiv Raion (Ukrainian: Васильківський район) is a raion (district) in Kiev Oblast of Ukraine. Its administrative center is Vasylkiv.
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    Zgurivskyi Raion

    Zgurivskyi Raion

    Zgurivka Raion (Ukrainian: Згурівський район) is a raion (district) in Kiev Oblast of Ukraine. Its administrative center is Zgurivka.
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    Lozova Raion

    Lozova Raion (Ukrainian: Лозівський район) is a raion in Kharkiv Oblast in eastern Ukraine. Its administrative center is Lozova.
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    Manevychi Raion

    Manevychi Raion

    Manevychi Raion (Ukrainian: Маневицький район) is a raion in Volyn Oblast in western Ukraine. Its administrative center is Manevychi. It has a population of 57 411.
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    Novomyrhorodskyi Raion

    Novomyrhorod Raion is a raion (district) of the Kirovohrad Oblast in central Ukraine. Its administrative center is the city of Novomyrhorod.
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    Sokal Raion

    Sokal Raion

    Sokal Raion (Ukrainian: Сокальський район, Sokal’s’kyi raion) is a raion (district) of Lviv Oblast (province) in western Ukraine. Its administrative center is the city of Sokal. It has a population of 98,123 as of the 2001 Ukrainian Census. The Sokal Raion has a total of 106 populated settlements: four are cities subordinate to the raion administration, including Belz, Velyki Mosty, Sokal, and Uhniv; one urban-type settlement, Zhvyrka; and 101 villages. The raion borders Poland to the west, Volyn Oblast to the north, and Lviv Oblast's Radekhiv Raion to the east, and the Kamianka-Buzka and Zhovkva Raions to the south. The raion was established in 1939 with the annexation of Western Ukraine to the Ukrainian Soviet Socialist Republic. In 1951, the raion's administration was expanded to include territories ceded from the Lublin Voivodeship of the People's Republic of Poland during the 1951 Polish–Soviet territorial exchange. During the transfer, the cities of Bełz, Uhnów, Krystynopol, and Waręż were transferred to Ukraine.
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    Turiisk Raion

    Turiisk Raion

    Turiisk Raion (Ukrainian: Турійський район) is a raion in Volyn Oblast in western Ukraine. Its administrative center is Turiisk. It was a population of 29 043 (as of 2001).
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    Volovets Raion

    Volovets Raion

    Volovets Raion (Ukrainian: Воловецький район) is a raion in Zakarpattia Oblast in western Ukraine. Its administrative center is Volovets. It has a population of 25 474.
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    Berezhanskyi Raion

    Berezhanskyi Raion

    Berezhany Raion (Ukrainian: Бережанський район) is a raion (district) in the westernmost corner of Ternopil Oblast (province) in western Ukraine, area traditionally known as Halychyna (Galicia). The administrative center is the city of Berezhany. Some 50 km away from Ternopil and ca 80 km away from Lviv. The river Zolota Lypa, Dniester tributary crosses the district from the north to the south. River forms a large lake north of Berezhany. Population of the district is 44,447 inhabitants. Territory covers 661 km². Theare 56 villages and 1 town (Berezhany) in the district. There are following villages in the district (Ukrainian and Polish / Russian spellings are given): Villages are ranked after size
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    Chornomorske Raion

    Chornomorske Raion

    Chornomorske Raion (Ukrainian: Чорноморський район, Russian: Черноморский район, Crimean Tatar: Aqmeçit rayonı) is one of the 25 regions of the Autonomous Republic of Crimea, located in southern Ukraine. It is located in the far west of the republic on the Tarhanqut peninsula. The raion's centre is the town of Chornomorske.
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    Dolyna Raion

    Dolyna Raion

    Dolyna Raion (Ukrainian: Долинський район) is a raion (administrative district) of the Ivano-Frankivsk Oblast of Ukraine. The city of Dolyna is the administrative center of the raion. The region is located in the historical land of Boiko people.
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    Dubrovytsia Raion

    Dubrovytsia Raion

    Dubrovytsia Raion (Ukrainian: Дубровицький район) is a raion in Rivne Oblast in western Ukraine. Its administrative center is Dubrovytsia. It has a population of 51 437.
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    Dzhankoy Raion

    Dzhankoy Raion

    Dzhankoy Raion (Ukrainian: Джанкойський район, Russian: Джанкойский район, Crimean Tatar: Canköy rayonı) is one of the 25 regions of the Autonomous Republic of Crimea, located in southern Ukraine. It is located in the northern part of the Crimean steppe near the Syvash Bay. The city of Dzhankoy is the raion's centre, but it is excluded from the region and forms a separate municipality. The North-Crimean canal (the main waterway of northern Crimea supplying the republic with water from the Dnieper river) runds through the raion.
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    Horodenkivskyi Raion

    Horodenkivskyi Raion

    The Horodenka Raion (Ukrainian: Городенківський район) is a raion (district) of the Ivano-Frankivsk Oblast (province). Horodenka is the administrative center of the raion.
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    Kobeliatskyi Raion

    Kobeliatskyi Raion

    Kobeliatskyi Raion (Ukrainian: Кобеляцький район; translit.: Kobeliats'kyi Raion) is a raion (district) in the central Ukrainian province of Poltava. The raion's administrative center is the city of Kobeliaky, which has a separate administrative status within the oblast'. Important rivers within the Kobeliatskyi Raion include the Dnieper and Vorskla rivers. The raion was officially founded on March 7, 1923.
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    Kostopil Raion

    Kostopil Raion

    Kostopil Raion (Ukrainian: Костопільський район) is a raion in Rivne Oblast in western Ukraine. Its administrative center is Kostopil. It has a population of 65 603.
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    Monastyryska Raion

    Monastyryska Raion

    Monastyryska Raion (Ukrainian: Монастириський район) is a raion in Ternopil Oblast in western Ukraine. Its administrative center is Monastyryska. It has a population of 34 537.
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    Nikopolskyi Raion

    The Nikopol district (Ukrainian: Нікопольський район, Nikopolskyi raion) is an administrative subdivision (raion) of Dnipropetrovsk Oblast, Ukraine, with capital Nikopol. Its territory is 1,940 km. (second largest among the raions), population 44,716 (2005). Within its territory, in addition to its capital of Nikopol, there are 68 settlements subordinated to it, of which 63 villages, 4 minor rural-type settlements and 1 urban-type settlement (Chervonogrigorovka). (Nikopol itself is a city of oblast-level subordination) The southern border of the raion is by the Kakhovka Reservoir by the Dnieper River.
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    Putyla Raion

    Putyla Raion (Ukrainian: Путильський район) is an administrative raion (district) in the southern part of Chernivtsi Oblast in western Ukraine, on the Romanian border. The region has an area of 884 km² and 25,300 inhabitants, and centers on the city of Putyla.
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    Skole Raion

    Skole Raion

    Skole Raion (Ukrainian: Сколівський район) is a raion in Lviv Oblast in western Ukraine. Its administrative center is Skole. It has a population of 50 310. It was established in 1940.
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    Verkhovynskyi Raion

    Verkhovynskyi Raion

    The Verkhovyna Raion (Ukrainian: Верховинський район) is a raion (district) of the Ivano-Frankivsk Oblast (province). Verkhovyna is the administrative center of the raion. Part of Verkhovyna is also a village of Vipche. The raion was reinstated in 1966 (initially in 1939 as Zhabie Raion) out of the Kosiv Raion. The raion is located at the extreme south of the Ivano-Frankivsk Region and has a 45 kilometres (28 mi) state border with Romania along the Chyvchyn Ridge. To the west of Verkhovyna Raion lies Zakarpattia Region, while to its east - Chernivtsi Region. To the northwest there lies the Nadvirna Raion and to the northeast - the Kosiv Raion. The biggest river, Cheremosh runs along the Chernivtsi Region and serves as the natural border. Most of the raion is covered with forrest. The raion is divided into one urban commune (township) and 21 rural communes (councils). It lies in the historical region of Pokuttya.
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    Zalishchytskyi Raion

    Zalishchytskyi Raion

    The Zalischyky Raion (Ukrainian: Заліщицький район) is a sub-division of the Ternopil Oblast. The administrative centre and largest town is Zalischyky. The rest of the district's population lives in one of 35 village councils or 53 rural settlements.
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