Cities and villages of Ternopil district

Online travel guide to the settlements of Ternopil district

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General information about Ternopil district

Ternopil district (Ternopilskyi) is located in the central part of Ternopil region, at the junction of historical and ethnographic regions of Halicia and Podillya. The rivers Seret and Strypa flow within the district, the eastern border runs along the river Zbruch.

Here lies the ridge of the Halician Tovtry (Medobory), the nature of which in this part is protected by the reserve "Medobory". Zarvanytsia Regional Landscape Park covers the natural areas around the Zarvanytsia Spiritual Center - one of the largest shrines of the Ukrainian Greek Catholic Church.

The district has one of the largest concentrations of ancient castles in Ukraine. In particular, the National Reserve "Ternopil Castles" includes Zbarazh Castle, where the reserve administration is loc ...

Ternopil district (Ternopilskyi) is located in the central part of Ternopil region, at the junction of historical and ethnographic regions of Halicia and Podillya. The rivers Seret and Strypa flow within the district, the eastern border runs along the river Zbruch.

Here lies the ridge of the Halician Tovtry (Medobory), the nature of which in this part is protected by the reserve "Medobory". Zarvanytsia Regional Landscape Park covers the natural areas around the Zarvanytsia Spiritual Center - one of the largest shrines of the Ukrainian Greek Catholic Church.

The district has one of the largest concentrations of ancient castles in Ukraine. In particular, the National Reserve "Ternopil Castles" includes Zbarazh Castle, where the reserve administration is located, Berezhany Castle, Mykulynets Castle, Skalat Castle, Terebovlya Castle. Several more castles have been partially preserved.

The administrative center of Ternopilskyi district is the regional center, the city of Ternopil. There are such historical and cultural monuments as Ternopil Castle, Dominican Church, Exaltation Church, Ternopil Historical and Memorial Museum of Political Prisoners. One of the symbols of the city is the Ternopil pond, which is part of the Zahrebellia Regional Landscape Park together with the Ternopil Arboretum and Zdorovia Park.

The area of the district is 6162 square kilometers. The population of the district reaches 567 thousand people.

The Ternopil district includes 492 settlements, which are united in 25 territorial hromadas: Berezhanska, Zbarazhska, Zborivska, Pidhaietska, Skalatska, Terebovlianska and Ternopilska city hromadas, Velykoberezovytska, Velykobirkivska, Zalozetska, Kozivska, Kozlivska, Mykulynetska and Pidvolochyska settlement hromadas, Baikovetska, Biletska, Velykohaivska, Zolotnykivska, Ivanivska, Kupchynetska, Naraivska, Ozernianska, Pidhorodnianska, Saranchukivska and Skorykivska village territorial hromadas.