Rakhiv Raion

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Rakhiv Raion
Рахівський район
Raion
Flag of Rakhiv Raion
Flag
Coat of arms of Rakhiv Raion
Coat of arms
Rahivskyi-Raion.png
Country  Ukraine
Region Zakarpattia Oblast
Established 1945
Admin. center Rakhiv
Subdivisions
Area
 • Total 1,892 km2 (731 sq mi)
Population
 • Total 90,945
 • Density 48/km2 (120/sq mi)
Time zone EET (UTC+2)
 • Summer (DST) EEST (UTC+3)
Area code 380-3132
Website http://rakhiv.adm.org.ua/ 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.

Administrative division[edit]

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.[1] This was made possible after new legislation on languages in Ukraine was passed in the summer of 2012.[1]

City: Rakhiv (Rahó, Rachov between 1920–1938 and 1944–1945)

Towns:

Villages:

  • Bilyn (Bilin, Bilina)
  • Bla Tserkva (Tiszafejéregyház, Bilá Cirkev)
  • Bohdan (Tiszabogdány, Bila Tisa)
  • Breboia (Bértelek, Preboja)
  • Chorna Tysa (Feketetisza, Mogelki (between 1920–1938), Černá Tisa (1944–1945))
  • Dilove (Terebesfejérpatak, Trebušany)
  • Dobrik (Dobrikdülő, Dobrik)
  • Hoverla (Hóvár, Hoverla)
  • Khmeliv (Komlós, Chmely)
  • Kosivska Polyana (Kaszómező, Kosovská Poľana)
  • Kostylivka (Barnabás, Berlebaš)
  • Kruhlyy (Körtelep, Kruhlý)
  • Kvasy (Tiszaborkút, Kvásy)
  • Lazeshchyna (Mezőhát, Lazeština)
  • Lugi (Láposmező, Luhy)
  • Luh (Tizsalonka, Luh)
  • Plaiuts (Plajuc, Gandal)
  • Rosishka (Rászócska, Rosuška)
  • Roztoky (Nyilas, Rostoka)
  • Sitnyi (Szitni, Sitný)
  • Sredneye Vodyanoye (Középapsa, Stredná Apša)
  • Stebnev (Dombhát, Stebna)
  • Strymba (Almáspatak, Strimba)
  • Trostianets (Trosztyanec, Trsťenec)
  • Verkhneye Vodyanoye (Felsőapsa, Vyšná Apša)
  • Vilkhovatyy (Kiscserjés, Vilchovatý)
  • Voditsa (Kisapsa, Apšica)
  • Vydrychka (Vidráspatak, Vydryčka)

Note: Hungarian name of places are given in parenthesis at first. Slovakian name of ones were valid between 1920–1938 and 1944–1945.

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