Yalta municipality

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Yalta municipality
Ялтинська міськрада
Municipality
Location within Crimea
Location within Crimea
Coordinates: 44°29′58″N 34°10′12″E / 44.49944°N 34.17000°E / 44.49944; 34.17000Coordinates: 44°29′58″N 34°10′12″E / 44.49944°N 34.17000°E / 44.49944; 34.17000
Country Disputed:
Republic Crimea
Capital Yalta
Subdivisions
Area
 • Total 283 km2 (109 sq mi)
Population (2013)
 • Total 141,781
 • Density 500/km2 (1,300/sq mi)
Time zone MSK (UTC+4)
Dialing code +380-654 ¹
(1) exсept for the town of Nikita - calling code +380-6560

Yalta city municipality (Ukrainian: Ялтинська міськрада; Russian: Ялтинский горсовет; Crimean Tatar: Yalta şeer şurası), officially "the territory governed by the Yalta city council", also known as Greater Yalta is one of the 25 regions of the Autonomous Republic of Crimea, a territory recognized by a majority of countries as part of Ukraine and incorporated by Russia as the Republic of Crimea. It is a resort region, located at the southern shore of Crimea – one of the most famous recreational territories of the former Soviet Union. Population: 141,781 (2013 population estimate)[1].

Places of interest[edit]

Administrative divisions[edit]

Besides the cities of Yalta and Alupka the region includes 21 towns and 9 villages which are organised into 7 town communities.

Former Crimean Tatar names which were officially changed in 1945-49 after the deportation of Crimean Tatars and are now used only by the Crimean Tatar community are mentioned in brackets.

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  • 1 - the city of Yalta
  • 2 - Alupka town community
  • 3 - Foros town community
    • Foros
    • Melas or Sanatorne
    • Muhalatka
    • Mshatka
    • Oliva
  • 4 - Gaspra town community
  • 5 - Gurzuf town community
    • Gurzuf
    • Ay Danil or Danilovka (Ay Danil)
    • Krasnokamyanka (Qızıltaş)
    • Lineyne
    • Partyzanske
  • 6 - Koreiz town community
    • Koreiz
    • Mishor (officially part of Koreiz)
  • 7 - Livadiya town community
    • Vynohradne
    • Vysokohirne (Tüzler)
    • Hirne (Eriklik)
    • Kuybysheve (İsar)
    • Kurpaty
    • Oreanda
    • Ohotniche
  • 8 - Massandra town community
    • Massandra
    • Nikita
    • Vidradne or Dzhemiyet (Cemiyet)
    • Voshod (Mağaraç)
    • Sovyetske (Dolossı)
  • 9 - Simeiz town community
    • Simeiz
    • Kastropol or Berehove
    • Holuba Zatoka (Limena)
    • Katsiveli
    • Opolzneve (Kikineiz)
    • Parkove (Yañı Küçükköy)
    • Ponyzivka

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Чисельність наявного населення України" (in Ukrainian). State Service of Statistics. Retrieved 6 May 2014.