Bila Tserkva Raion

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Bila Tserkva Raion

Білоцерківський район
Flag of Bila Tserkva Raion
Flag
Coat of arms of Bila Tserkva Raion
Coat of arms
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Coordinates: 49°51′6″N 30°8′4″E / 49.85167°N 30.13444°E / 49.85167; 30.13444Coordinates: 49°51′6″N 30°8′4″E / 49.85167°N 30.13444°E / 49.85167; 30.13444
Country Ukraine
RegionKiev Oblast
Established1930
Admin. centerBila Tserkva
Subdivisions
Government
 • GovernorRoman Ivanovych Pluhator
Area
 • Total1,276.8 km2 (493.0 sq mi)
Population
 • Total49,055
 • Density38/km2 (100/sq mi)
Time zoneUTC+02:00 (EET)
 • Summer (DST)UTC+03:00 (EEST)
Postal index
075
Area code380-4563
Websitekyiv-obl.gov.ua

Bila Tserkva Raion (Ukrainian: Білоцерківський район) is a raion (district) in Kiev Oblast of Ukraine. Its administrative center is Bila Tserkva, which is separately incorporated as a city of oblast significance and does not belong to the raion. The raions area totals 1,276.8 km². Population: 49,055 (2013 est.)[1].

Subdivisions[edit]

Bila Tserkva Raion consists of 1 city (Uzyn), 1 urban-type settlement (Terezyne) and 58 villages. The settlements of Bila Tserkva Raion are:

  • Bakaly
  • Bloschyntsi
  • Bykova Hreblia
  • Chepyliivka
  • Cherkas
  • Cherkas
  • Chmyrivka
  • Chupyra
  • Drozdy
  • Fastivka
  • Fesiury
  • Fursy
  • Haiok
  • Hlushky
  • Hlybochka
  • Horodysche
  • Ivanivka
  • Khrapachi
  • Klochky
  • Korzhivka
  • Kozhenyky
  • Krasne
  • Liudvynivka
  • Makiivka
  • Mala Antonivka
  • Mala Skvyrka
  • Mala Vilshanka
  • Matiushi
  • Mazepyntsi
  • Mezhove
  • Mykhailivka
  • Odnorih
  • Oliinykova Sloboda
  • Ostriiky
  • Ozerna
  • Pavlivka
  • Pischana
  • Popravka
  • Potiivka
  • Pylypcha
  • Rozaliivka
  • Scherbaky
  • Shkarivka
  • Skrebyshi
  • Sorokotiahy
  • Stepok
  • Sukholisy
  • Sydory
  • Tarasivka
  • Terezyne
  • Tomylivka
  • Trushky
  • Uzyn
  • Vasyliv
  • Verbova
  • Vilna Tarasivka
  • Volodymyrivka
  • Yablunivka
  • Yosypivka
  • Zatysha

Notable buildings[edit]

View of the so-called Ruins and the Laznevogo lake of the historical landscape park "Oleksandriia".

Various monuments of architecture located within the raion's territory include:

  • Monument to Ivan Mazepa, 1991 in the village of Mazepyntsi.
  • Church Zishestia Sviatoho Dukha, 1750 in the village of Shkarivka.
  • Church Sviatoi Paraskevy, 1903 in the village of Oliinykova Sloboda.
  • Church of the Wives of Myronosyts, 1893 in the village of Sorokotiahy.
  • Cathedral of the Saint Ioanna Khrestytelia in Bila Tserkva.
  • Mykhailivska Church, 1891 in Bila Tserkva.
  • Preobrazhenska Church, 1849 in the village of Sukholisy.
  • Oleksandriia Park, 1793-1797 in Bila Tserkva.
  • Zymovyi (Winter) Palace in Bila Tserkva.

Notable residents[edit]

Famous people from the territory that is now known as the Bilotserkivskyi Raion include:

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Чисельність наявного населення України (Actual population of Ukraine)" (in Ukrainian). State Statistics Service of Ukraine. Retrieved 21 January 2015.

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