Frunzyenski District

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Frunzienski (Фрунзенскі)
District of Minsk
Houses in south-east of Prytytski Square
Houses in south-east of Prytytski Square
Coat of arms of Frunzienski (Фрунзенскі)
Coat of arms
Location of Frunzienski (Фрунзенскі)
Country Belarus Belarus
Voblast Flag of Minsk Voblast.svg Minsk
Municipality Coat of Arms of Minsk, Belarus.png Minsk
Area
 • Total 43 km2 (17 sq mi)
Population (2009) 372,431
 • Density 8,661/km2 (22,430/sq mi)
District number 9
Website Official website

Frunzienski District (Belarusian: Фрунзенскі; Russian: Фрунзенский) is an administrative subdivision of the city of Minsk, Belarus. It was named after Mikhail Frunze and is the most populated district of the city.[1]

Geography[edit]

The district, the biggest in Minsk, is situated in the western area of the city and borders with Centraĺny and Maskoŭski districts.

Transport[edit]

Frunzyenski is served by the subway line "Aŭtazavodskaja". It is also crossed by the beltway "MKAD".

References[edit]

  1. ^ (in Russian) Frunzensky Raion, Minsk administration website

External links[edit]

Coordinates: 53°57′04″N 27°30′37″E / 53.9510°N 27.5102°E / 53.9510; 27.5102