|• Total||20.1 km2 (7.8 sq mi)|
|Highest elevation||307 m (1,007 ft)|
|• Density||1,100/km2 (2,900/sq mi)|
Koziatyn (also referred to as Kozyatyn; Ukrainian: Козя́тин, pronounced [koˈzʲɑtɪn]; Polish: Koziatyn; Russian: Каза́тин) is a city in the Vinnytsia Oblast (province) in central Ukraine. It served as the administrative center of the Koziatyn Raion (district); the city itself was not a part of the district and is separately incorporated as the city of regional significance, and is located 75 kilometres (47 mi) from the oblast capital, Vinnytsia, at around (approximately 150 km (93 mi) from Kyiv, the capital of Ukraine). It is now part of the Khmilnyk Raion since 2020. It lies on the banks of the Huyva River. Population: 22,241 (2022 estimate).
The village of Koziatyn was first mentioned in 1734. The city was founded at the time of construction of Kyiv-Baltic railway. Koziatyn became a town of the Berdychiv district of Kyiv Governorate on July 7, 1874. In April 1920, during the Polish-Bolshevik War, the town was captured by Polish forces in what became known as the Raid on Koziatyn. In 1923 Koziatyn became the district center of Berdychev okrug. A few years later, the district was included in the Vinnitsa Oblast. During World War II, Koziatyn was under German occupation from 15 July 1941 until 28 December 1943. It was administered as a part of Reichskommissariat Ukraine from 1 September 1941 until 28 December 1943.
A total of 13 railways, 5 industrial, and more than 150 private enterprises build up Koziatyn's vivid economy. The reason behind the abundant economic growth is town's unique location on an intersection of major railways. The railroad business accounts for 90% of town's budget income. The food industry is another important source of income. The city council started the City Economic Development project in October 2003 in cooperation with the "Ukraine-USA" foundation.
Twin towns – sister cities
Koziatyn is twinned with:
Koziatyn Railway station. Main entrance.
View from platform.
Koziatyn Railway station (after rebuilding in 2011-2012).
House in downtown.
Locomotive L-2309 (Lebedianskoho).
- Чисельність наявного населення України на 1 січня 2022 [Number of Present Population of Ukraine, as of January 1, 2022] (PDF) (in Ukrainian and English). Kyiv: State Statistics Service of Ukraine. Archived (PDF) from the original on 4 July 2022.
- "Освобождение городов".