Administrative divisions of Bashkortostan

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Republic of Bashkortostan, Russia Flag of Bashkortostan.svg
Capital: Ufa
As of 2013: [1]
# of districts 54
# of cities/towns21
# of urban-type settlements 2
# of selsoviets 827
As of 2002: [2]
# of rural localities
4,586
# of uninhabited rural localities
84

Administrative and territorial division of the Republic of Bashkortostan is regulated by the Law #178-z of the Republic of Bashkortostan, passed by the State Assembly—Kurultai on April 20, 2005. The Law established the following classification:

All administrative units have administrative centers, defined as urban or rural localities housing the Government of the Republic of Bashkortostan, or municipal and local government organs.

Changes in the overall administrative and territorial structure of the Republic are authorized by the State Assembly—Kurultai. All changes must later be registered in the Russian Classification of Objects of Administrative Division on the federal level.

Administrative and municipal divisions

Administrative divisions of Bashkortostan
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DivisionStructure OKATO OKTMO Urban-type settlementRural
(selsovet)
AdministrativeMunicipal
Mezhgorye (Межгорье)city (ZATO)urban okrug80 50780 707
Ufa (Уфа)cityurban okrug80 40180 701
Demsky (Демский)(under Ufa )N/A80 401N/A
Kalininsky (Калининский)(under Ufa )N/A80 401N/A1
Kirovsky (Кировский)(under Ufa )N/A80 401N/A1
Leninsky (Ленинский)(under Ufa )N/A80 401N/A
Oktyabrsky (Октябрьский)(under Ufa )N/A80 401N/A1
Ordzhonikidzevsky (Орджоникидзевский)(under Ufa )N/A80 401N/A2
Sovetsky (Советский)(under Ufa )N/A80 401N/A
Agidel (Агидель)cityurban okrug80 40370 703
Baymak (Баймак)city(under Baymaksky )80 40480 607
Belebey (Белебей)city(under Belebeyevsky )80 40580 609
Beloretsk (Белорецк)city(under Beloretsky )80 41080 611
Birsk (Бирск)city(under Birsky )80 41580 613
Blagoveshchensk (Благовещенск)city(under Blagoveshchensky )80 41780 615
Dyurtyuli (Дюртюли)city(under Dyurtyulinsky )80 41880 624
Davlekanovo (Давлеканово)city(under Davlekanovsky )80 41980 622
Ishimbay (Ишимбай)city(under Ishimbaysky )80 42080 631
Kumertau (Кумертау)cityurban okrug80 42370 7232
Meleuz (Мелеуз)city(under Meleuzovsky )80 42580 6421
Neftekamsk (Нефтекамск)cityurban okrug80 42770 7272
Oktyabrsky (Октябрьский)cityurban okrug80 43570 735
Salavat (Салават)cityurban okrug80 43970 739
Sibay (Сибай)cityurban okrug80 44370 7431
Sterlitamak (Стерлитамак)cityurban okrug80 44570 745
Tuymazy (Туймазы)city(under Tuymazinsky )80 45080 651
Uchaly (Учалы)city(under Uchalinsky )80 45580 652
Yanaul (Янаул)city(under Yanaulsky )80 46080 659
Abzelilovsky (Абзелиловский)district80 20180 60115
Alsheyevsky (Альшеевский)district80 20280 60220
Arkhangelsky (Архангельский)district80 20380 60312
Askinsky (Аскинский)district80 20480 60415
Aurgazinsky (Аургазинский)district80 20580 60521
Bakalinsky (Бакалинский)district80 20680 60617
Baymaksky (Баймакский)district80 20780 60722
Baltachevsky (Балтачевский)district80 20880 60815
Belebeyevsky (Белебеевский)district80 20980 60915
Belokataysky (Белокатайский)district80 21080 61013
Beloretsky (Белорецкий)district80 21180 61119
Bizhbulyaksky (Бижбулякский)district80 21280 61213
Birsky (Бирский)district80 21380 61314
Blagovarsky (Благоварский)district80 21480 61415
Blagoveshchensky (Благовещенский)district80 21580 61515
Burzyansky (Бурзянский)district80 21780 61712
Burayevsky (Бураевский)district80 21880 61813
Buzdyaksky (Буздякский)district80 21980 61912
Gafuriysky (Гафурийский)district80 22180 62116
Davlekanovsky (Давлекановский)district80 22280 62216
Duvansky (Дуванский)district80 22380 62313
Dyurtyulinsky (Дюртюлинский)district80 22480 62414
Yermekeyevsky (Ермекеевский)district80 22580 62513
Zianchurinsky (Зианчуринский)district80 22680 62615
Zilairsky (Зилаирский)district80 22780 62713
Iglinsky (Иглинский)district80 22880 62819
Ilishevsky (Илишевский)district80 23080 63022
Ishimbaysky (Ишимбайский)district80 23180 63113
Kaltasinsky (Калтасинский)district80 23380 63311
Karaidelsky (Караидельский)district80 23480 63416
Karmaskalinsky (Кармаскалинский)district80 23580 63516
Kiginsky (Кигинский)district80 23680 6369
Krasnokamsky (Краснокамский)district80 23780 63714
Kugarchinsky (Кугарчинский)district80 23880 63820
Kuyurgazinsky (Куюргазинский)district80 23980 63912
Kushnarenkovsky (Кушнаренковский)district80 24080 64012
Mechetlinsky (Мечетлинский)district80 24180 64112
Meleuzovsky (Мелеузовский)district80 24280 64216
Mishkinsky (Мишкинский)district80 24380 64314
Miyakinsky (Миякинский)district80 24480 64415
Nurimanovsky (Нуримановский)district80 24580 64512
Salavatsky (Салаватский)district80 24780 64716
Sterlibashevsky (Стерлибашевский)district80 24880 64815
Sterlitamaksky (Стерлитамакский)district80 24980 64920
Tatyshlinsky (Татышлинский)district80 25080 65013
Tuymazinsky (Туймазинский)district80 25180 65118
Uchalinsky (Учалинский)district80 25280 65218
Ufimsky (Уфимский)district80 25380 65319
Fyodorovsky (Фёдоровский)district80 25480 65413
Khaybullinsky (Хайбуллинский)district80 25580 65514
Chekmagushevsky (Чекмагушевский)district80 25680 65613
Chishminsky (Чишминский)district80 25780 65715
Sharansky (Шаранский)district80 25880 65813
Yanaulsky (Янаульский)district80 25980 65918

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References

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