Moskovsky Settlement

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Coordinates: 55°37′N 37°23′E / 55.617°N 37.383°E / 55.617; 37.383

Moskovsky Settlement is one of 146 lower administrative units of Moscow

Moskovsky Settlement (Russian: Поселение Моско́вский) is a settlement (both municipal and administrative unit in Moscow) in Novomoskovsky Administrative Okrug of Moscow. It was established in 2005 as Moskovsky urban settlement in Leninsky municipal raion of Moscow Oblast and now it consists of the town of Moskovsky and 8 other inhabited localities of abolished Moskovsky rural district. On July 1, 2012 Moskovsky Settlement was transferred to the city of Moscow and became a part of Novomoskovsky Administrative Okrug.[1]

Population: about 21,000. Area: 40.6 km².

Inhabited localities[edit]

The structure of the settlement includes 9 inhabited localities:

Locality type Name Population OKATO
village Govorovo 151 46 228 823 005
settlement Settlement of Institute of Poliomyelitis 1220 46 228 823 002
village Kartmazovo 99 46 228 823 007
village Lapshinka 49 46 228 823 003
village Meshkovo 72 46 228 823 004
town Moskovsky 15755 46 228 505
village Rumyantsevo 298 46 228 823 006
village Salarevo 187 46 228 823 008
settlement Settlement of Ulyanovsky Forest Park 17 46 228 823 010

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