|• Town Head||Serhiy Dymchuk|
|Elevation||139 m (456 ft)|
|Time zone||UTC+2 (EET)|
|• Summer (DST)||UTC+3 (EEST)|
|Area code||+380 4742|
Katerynopil (Ukrainian: Катеринопіль) is an urban-type settlement located in Cherkasy Oblast (province) in central Ukraine. It is the administrative center of Katerynopil Raion (district). Population: 5,653 (2017 est.)
Until 1795 it was a village and later a miasteczko of Kalnebłota, Kalnebłoto, Ukrainian: Калниболото, Kalnyboloto),  and after parts of Poland were incorporated into the Russian Empire, in 1797 it was renamed to Yekaterinopol (Russian: Екатеринополь) after the Russian tsarina Catherine the Great.
Archaeologists have found remains of the ancient Trypillya culture on the territory of Katerynopil. During the Khmelnytsky Uprising in 1648-1654, Kalnyboloto was a sotnia town of the Korsun Cossack host. On March 5, 1923, Katerynopil was given the status of an administrative center of its surrounding district.
People from Katerynopil
- Semen Hryzlo (1887), Ukrainian military and civil activist, organizer of the Free Cossacks.
- Wolf Ladejinsky (1899-1975), a prominent American economist, mastermind of the land reform of 1946 in Japan
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