Kremenchuk Raion

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Kremenchuk Raion
Кременчуцький район
Raion
Flag of Kremenchuk Raion
Flag
Coat of arms of Kremenchuk Raion
Coat of arms
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Coordinates: 49°7′6.3696″N 33°28′28.4808″E / 49.118436000°N 33.474578000°E / 49.118436000; 33.474578000Coordinates: 49°7′6.3696″N 33°28′28.4808″E / 49.118436000°N 33.474578000°E / 49.118436000; 33.474578000
Country  Ukraine
Region Poltava Oblast
Established 1939
Admin. center Kremenchuk
Subdivisions
Area
 • Total 1,200 km2 (500 sq mi)
Population
 • Total 39,619
 • Density 33/km2 (86/sq mi)
Time zone EET (UTC+2)
 • Summer (DST) EEST (UTC+3)
Postal index 315000
Area code 380-5366
Website http://kremenchuk.adm-pl.gov.ua

Kremenchuk Raion (Ukrainian: Кременчуцький район; translit.: Kremenchutskyi raion) is a raion (district) in Poltava Oblast of central Ukraine. The raion's administrative center is the city of Kremenchuk, which is incorporated separately as a city of oblast significance and does not belong to the raion. Population: 39,619 (2015 est.)[1]

Important rivers within the Kremenchutskyi Raion include the Psel and the Dnieper. The raion was established in 1939.

Settlements[edit]

  • Biletskivka
  • Bondari
  • Burty
  • Checheleve
  • Chervona Znam"ianka
  • Chykalivka
  • Demydivka
  • Dzerzhynske
  • Fedorenky
  • Horyslavtsi
  • Hun'ky
  • Kamiani Potoky
  • Karpivka
  • Keleberda
  • Kindrivka
  • Kobeliachok
  • Korzhivka
  • Kovali
  • Kovalivka
  • Kramarenky
  • Kremenchuk
  • Kryvushi
  • Lytvynenky
  • Makhnivka
  • Maksymivka
  • Mala Kokhnivka
  • Malamivka
  • Malyky
  • Mayborodivka
  • Mykhaialenky
  • Mylovydivka
  • Myrne
  • Naidenivka
  • Nedoharky
  • Novoselivka
  • Olefirivka
  • Omelnyk
  • Onyschenky
  • Ostaptsi
  • Paschenivka
  • Panivka
  • Petrashivka
  • Pidhirne
  • Pishchane
  • Potoky
  • Pryshyb
  • Pykhal'schina
  • Pysarschyna
  • Pystovity
  • P"iatykhatky
  • Radochynu
  • Revivka
  • Robotivka
  • Roiove
  • Rokytne
  • Rokytne-Donivka
  • Romanky
  • Sadky
  • Salivka
  • Samusiivka
  • Sherbaky
  • Sherbukhy
  • Sosnivka
  • Stara Biletskivka
  • Stepivka
  • Varakytu
  • Vasylenky
  • Vilna Tereshkivka
  • Voskobiinyky
  • Yalyntsi
  • Yaremivka
  • Yerystivka
  • Zapsillia
  • Zaruddia

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