Districts of Białystok

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The city of Białystok is divided into 28 administrative units known in Polish as osiedle (housing estate, or residential neighborhood; plural: osiedla). The first 27 of these were created by City Council bylaw no. XXXI/331/04 of October 25, 2004. The 28th, Dojlidy Górne, was created by City Council bylaw no. LXII/787/06 of October 23, 2006, out of three settlements which had been incorporated into the city: Dojlidy Górne, Kolonia Halickie, and Zagórki.

Osiedla of the city of Białystok[edit]

Map of Białystok Osiedla
Podział administracyjny Białegostoku 2006.svg
1. Centrum 2. Białostoczek
3. Sienkiewicza 4. Bojary
5. Piaski 6. Przydworcowe
7. Młodych 8. Antoniuk
9. Jaroszówka 10. Wygoda
11. Piasta I 12. Piasta II
13. Skorupy 14. Mickiewicza
15. Dojlidy 16. Bema
17. Kawaleryjskie 18. Nowe Miasto
19. Zielone Wzgórza 20. Starosielce
21. Słoneczny Stok 22. Leśna Dolina
23. Wysoki Stoczek 24. Dziesięciny I
25. Dziesięciny II 26. Bacieczki
27. Zawady 28. Dojlidy Górne

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