Murovani Kurylivtsi Raion

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Murovani Kurylivtsi Raion
Мурованокуриловецький район
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Coordinates: 48°43′14.3076″N 27°31′12.1326″E / 48.720641000°N 27.520036833°E / 48.720641000; 27.520036833Coordinates: 48°43′14.3076″N 27°31′12.1326″E / 48.720641000°N 27.520036833°E / 48.720641000; 27.520036833
Country  Ukraine
Region Vinnytsia Oblast
Established 1923
Admin. center Murovani Kurylivtsi
 • Governor Volodymyr Anikeyenko
 • Total 890 km2 (340 sq mi)
Population (2013)
 • Total Decrease 26,734
Time zone EET (UTC+2)
 • Summer (DST) EEST (UTC+3)
Postal index 22500—22555
Area code +380 4356

Murovani Kurylivtsi Raion (Ukrainian: Мурованокуриловецький район) is one of the 33 regions of Vinnytsia Oblast, located in southwestern Ukraine. The administrative center of the raion is the urban-type settlement of Murovani Kurylivtsi. Population: 26,734 (2013 est.)[1].


The area historically was a part of the Kingdom of Poland. Murovani Kurylivtsi is first mentioned in 1453. In 1793, after the Second Partition of Poland, it was transferred to the Russian Empire.[2] In Russia, it was a part of Ushitsky Uyezd of Podolia Governorate. On January 31, 1923 the uyezds were abolished.[3] The Ukrainian Soviet Socialist Republic was established, and Murovani Kurylivtsi became the administrative center of the newly established Murovani Kurylivtsi Raion, which was a part of Mohyliv-Podilskyi Okrug. In 1925, the governorate was abolished, and on February 27, 1932 Vinnytsia Oblast was established.[3] In 1962, the raion was abolished, and in 1966, it was re-established.[4] In 1991, the Soviet Union was abolished, and Murovani Kurylivtsi became a part of independent Ukraine.


  1. ^ "Чисельність наявного населення України (Actual population of Ukraine)" (in Ukrainian). State Statistics Service of Ukraine. Retrieved 21 January 2015. 
  2. ^ Муровані Курилівці (in Ukrainian). Castles and Churches of Ukraine. Retrieved 7 May 2014. 
  3. ^ a b Краткая историческая справка (in Russian). Опора Винниччины. Retrieved 11 May 2014. 
  4. ^ История Винницкой области (in Russian). Исторический портал. Retrieved 11 May 2014.