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Zaporizhia region

Districts of Zaporizhia region

Berdyansk district

Berdiansk district

Berdiansk district (Berdianskyi) is located in the south-eastern part of the Zaporizhzhia region, in the historical and ethnographic territory of the Azov region. From the south it is washed by the waters of the Sea of Azov.

The coastal natural complexes are protected by the Priazovsky National Nature Park, which combines a number of reserves and natural monuments. The... Read more

Berdiansk district (Berdianskyi) is located in the south-eastern part of the Zaporizhzhia region, in the historical and ethnographic territory of the Azov region. From the south it is washed by the waters of the Sea of Azov.

The coastal natural complexes are protected by the Priazovsky National Nature Park, which combines a number of reserves and natural monuments. The rivers Berda and Obytichna flow within the district. Berda floodplain and Berdiansk spit have the status of reserves of national importance. Here are such historical and cultural monuments as Berdiansk mound of Scythian times, Berdiansk lighthouse of the XIX century, Petro Schmidt Memorial House-Museum, Berdiansk Art Museum named after Isaac Brodsky.

The administrative center of Berdianskyi district is the port and resort city of Berdiansk, located in the bay of Berdiansk spit. The surrounding estuaries contain unique healing mud, thanks to which this sea, climate and mud resort has the status of a resort of national importance.

The area of the district is more than 4460 square kilometers. The population of the district reaches 184 thousand people. The Berdiansk district includes 113 settlements, which are united into 8 territorial hromadas: Berdianska and Prymorska city hromadas, Andriivska and Chernihivska settlement hromadas, Andrivska, Berestivska, Osypenkivska and Kolarivska village territorial hromadas.

Melitopol district

Melitopol district

Melitopol district (Melitopolskyi) is located in the southern part of Zaporizhzhia region, in the historical and ethnographic territory of the Azov region. From the south it is washed by the waters of the Sea of Azov. The Molochna River flows within the district.

The coastal natural complexes and the nature of the Molochny Estuary are protected by the Priazovsky Nation... Read more

Melitopol district (Melitopolskyi) is located in the southern part of Zaporizhzhia region, in the historical and ethnographic territory of the Azov region. From the south it is washed by the waters of the Sea of Azov. The Molochna River flows within the district.

The coastal natural complexes and the nature of the Molochny Estuary are protected by the Priazovsky National Nature Park. There are such historical and cultural monuments as the National Historical and Archaeological Reserve "Stone Grave", Melitopol mound of Scythian times, Oleksandr Nevsky Cathedral, the estate of Baron Filiber. One of the largest Karaite communities in Ukraine lives compactly within the district. The gastronomic brand of the region is Melitopol cherries, which have a protected geographical indication.

The administrative center of Melitopolskyi district is the city of Melitopol. The area of the district is over 7080 square kilometers. The population of the district exceeds 285 thousand people.

The Melitopol district includes 208 settlements, which are united in 16 territorial hromadas: Melitopolska city hromada, Kyrylivska, Yakymivska, Veselivska, Myrnenska, Novovasylivska and Pryazovska settlement hromadas, Novouspenivska, Chkalovska, Kostiantynivska, Novenska, Novobohdanivska, Semenivska, Terpinnivska, Plodorodnenska and Oleksandrivska village territorial hromadas.

Pology district

Polohy district

Polohy district (Polohivskyi) is located in the eastern part of Zaporizhzhia region, on the historical and ethnographic territory of the Middle Dnipro. Within the district there is a part of the Ukrainian steppe nature reserve, the rivers Konka and Haychur flow.

Here are such historical and cultural monuments as Schroeder's Palace in Molochansk, the memorial estate... Read more

Polohy district (Polohivskyi) is located in the eastern part of Zaporizhzhia region, on the historical and ethnographic territory of the Middle Dnipro. Within the district there is a part of the Ukrainian steppe nature reserve, the rivers Konka and Haychur flow.

Here are such historical and cultural monuments as Schroeder's Palace in Molochansk, the memorial estate-museum "Khata Makhniv" in Huliaipole, the ethnographic complex "Ukrainian yard of the XIX century." in Tokmak.

The administrative center of Polohivskyi district is the city of Polohy. The area of the district is 6762.5 square kilometers. The population of the district reaches 172 thousand people.

Polohy district includes 240 settlements, which are united in 15 territorial hromadas: Tokmatska, Huliaipilska, Orikhivska, Polohivska and Molochanska city hromadas, Bilmatska, Komysh-Zorianska and Rozivska settlement hromadas, Vozdvyzhivska, Malynivska, Smyrnovska, Malotokmachanska, Preobrazhenska, Voskresenska, Fedorivska village territorial hromadas.

Vasyliv district

Vasylivka district

Vasylivka district (Vasylivskyi) is located in the western part of Zaporizhzhia region, on the historical and ethnographic territory of the Middle Dnipro. From the north it is washed by the waters of the Kakhovka Reservoir on the Dnipro.

Within the district there is a part of the National Natural Park "Great Meadow", reserves of national importance "Stee... Read more

Vasylivka district (Vasylivskyi) is located in the western part of Zaporizhzhia region, on the historical and ethnographic territory of the Middle Dnipro. From the north it is washed by the waters of the Kakhovka Reservoir on the Dnipro.

Within the district there is a part of the National Natural Park "Great Meadow", reserves of national importance "Steep slopes of the Kakhovka reservoir", "Bilozirske tract", "Big and Small Kuchuhury". There are such historical and cultural monuments as the Vasylivskyi Historical and Architectural Museum-Reserve "Popov's Manor", the Mamay-Hora mound cemetery.

The administrative center of Vasylivskyi district is the city of Vasylivka. The area of the district is 4287 square kilometers. The population of the district reaches 190 thousand people.

The Vasylivka district includes 109 settlements, which are united into 11 territorial hromadas: Enerhodarska, Vasylivska, Dniprorudnenska and Kamyans'ko-Dniprovs'ka city hromadas, Stepnohirska and Mykhailivska settlement hromadas, Malobilozerska, Velykobilozerska, Rozdolska, Blahovishchenska and Vodianska village hromadas.

Zaporizhia district

Zaporizhzhia district

Zaporizhzhia district (Zaporizkyi) is located in the northern part of Zaporizhzhia region, in the historical and ethnographic territory of the Middle Dnipro. The territory of the district is crossed by the river Dnipro, the river Kinska (Konka) flows into it here.

Within the district there is a part of the National Nature Park "Great Meadow" and a reserve of ... Read more

Zaporizhzhia district (Zaporizkyi) is located in the northern part of Zaporizhzhia region, in the historical and ethnographic territory of the Middle Dnipro. The territory of the district is crossed by the river Dnipro, the river Kinska (Konka) flows into it here.

Within the district there is a part of the National Nature Park "Great Meadow" and a reserve of national importance "Dnipro rapids". There are such historical and cultural monuments as the National Reserve "Khortytsia", "Dniprohes", the museum of retro cars "Phaeton", the Museum of the History of Weapons, the House-Museum of German colonists in Ruchaivka. Tavria Zoo provides an opportunity to observe animals in natural conditions.

The administrative center of Zaporizkyi district is the regional center, the industrial city of Zaporizhzhia, which boasts one of the longest avenues in Europe. The area of the district is almost 4675 square kilometers. The population of the district reaches 875 thousand people.

The Zaporizhzhia district includes 282 settlements, which are united in 17 territorial hromadas: Zaporizka and Vil'nianska city hromadas, Kushuhumska, Novomykolaivska, Ternuvatska and Komyshuvaska settlement hromadas, Matviivska, Mykhailivska, Mykhailo-Lukashivska, Pavlivska, Petro-Mykhailivska, Bilenkivska, Dolynska Novooleksandrivska, Stepnenska, Shyrokivska and Tavriiska village territorial hromadas.