Administrative divisions of Chernivtsi Oblast

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Chernivtsi Oblast is subdivided into districts ( raions ) which are further subdivided into amalgamated territorial communities ( hromadas ).

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Administrative divisions after 2020

Administrative divisions of Chernivtsi Oblast as of August 2020 Chernivtsi Oblast 2020 subdivisions.jpg
Administrative divisions of Chernivtsi Oblast as of August 2020

On 18 July 2020, the number of districts was reduced to three. [1] [2] These are:

  1. Chernivtsi (Чернівецький район), the center is in the city of Chernivtsi;
  2. Dnistrovskyi (Дністровський район), the center is in the urban-type settlement of Kelmentsi;
  3. Vyzhnytsia (Вижницький район), the center is in the town of Vyzhnytsia.

Administrative divisions until 2020

Raions of Chernivtsi Oblast as of June 2020. The city of Chernivtsi is shown in dark blue. Chernivci regions.svg
Raions of Chernivtsi Oblast as of June 2020. The city of Chernivtsi is shown in dark blue.

Before July 2020, Chernivtsi Oblast was subdivided into 13 regions: 11 districts ( raions ) and 2 city municipalities (mis'krada or misto), officially known as territories governed by city councils. [3]

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Hertsa is a city located in Chernivtsi Raion, Chernivtsi Oblast in western Ukraine. It hosts the administration of Hertsa urban hromada, one of the amalgamated hromadas of Ukraine, and has a population of 2,102 (2020 est.).

Storozhynets Raion Former subdivision of Chernivtsi Oblast, Ukraine

Storozhynets Raion was a raion in Chernivtsi Oblast, (province), in the historical region of Bukovina, in western part of Ukraine. The administrative center of the raion was the town of Storozhynets. It bordered with Romania from south, Vyzhnytsia Raion from west, Kitsman Raion from north, municipality of Chernivtsi and Hlyboka Raion from east. The raion was abolished on 18 July 2020 as part of the administrative reform of Ukraine, which reduced the number of raions of Chernivtsi Oblast to three. The area of Storozhynets Raion was merged into Chernivtsi Raion. The last estimate of the raion population was 100,918 (2020 est.)

Vyzhnytsia Raion Subdivision of Chernivtsi Oblast, Ukraine

Vyzhnytsia Raion is an administrative raion (district) in the southern part of Chernivtsi Oblast, located in the historical region of Bukovina, in western Ukraine, on the Romanian border. The region has an area of 1,896 square kilometres (732 sq mi) and centers on the city of Vyzhnytsia. Population: 55,095 (2020 est.)

Zastavna Raion Former subdivision of Chernivtsi Oblast, Ukraine

Zastavna Raion was an administrative raion (district) in the southern part of Chernivtsi Oblast in western Ukraine, on the Romanian border. Most of its territory lied in the historical region of Bukovina, while three localities are located in Bessarabia. The region had an area of 617.7 square kilometres (238.5 sq mi) and centered on the city of Zastavna. The raion was abolished on 18 July 2020 as part of the administrative reform of Ukraine, which reduced the number of raions of Chernivtsi Oblast to three. The area of Zastavna Raion was merged into Chernivtsi Raion. The last estimate of the raion population was 48,198 (2020 est.)

Khotyn Raion Former subdivision of Chernivtsi Oblast, Ukraine

Khotyn Raion was an administrative raion (district) in the southern part of Chernivtsi Oblast in western Ukraine, on the Romanian border. It was part of the historical region of Bessarabia. The administrative center was the city of Khotyn. The region had an area of 716 square kilometres (276 sq mi). The raion was abolished on 18 July 2020 as part of the administrative reform of Ukraine, which reduced the number of raions of Chernivtsi Oblast to three. The area of Khotyn Raion was merged into Dnistrovskyi Raion. The last estimate of the raion population was 60,515 (2020 est.)

Putyla Raion Former subdivision of Chernivtsi Oblast, Ukraine

Putyla Raion was an administrative raion (district) in the southern part of Chernivtsi Oblast in western Ukraine, on the Romanian border. The raion was located in the historical region of Bukovina, and had an area of 884 square kilometres (341 sq mi). The administrative center of the raion was the urban-type settlement of Putyla. The raion was abolished on 18 July 2020 as part of the administrative reform of Ukraine, which reduced the number of raions of Chernivtsi Oblast to three. The area of Putyla Raion was merged into Vyzhnytsia Raion. The last estimate of the raion population was 26,304 (2020 est.)

Kitsman Raion Former subdivision of Chernivtsi Oblast, Ukraine

Kitsman Raion was an administrative raion (district) in the northern part of Chernivtsi Oblast, in the historical region of Bukovina, in western Ukraine. The administrative center was the city of Kitsman. The raion had an area of 610 square kilometres (240 sq mi). The raion was abolished on 18 July 2020 as part of the administrative reform of Ukraine, which reduced the number of raions of Chernivtsi Oblast to three. The area of Kitsman Raion was split between Chernivtsi Raion and Vyzhnytsia Raion. The last estimate of the raion population was 68,027 (2020 est.)

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Chernivtsi Raion, Chernivtsi Oblast Subdivision of Chernivtsi Oblast, Ukraine

Chernivtsi Raion is a raion (district) of Chernivtsi Oblast, Ukraine. It was created in July 2020 as part of the reform of administrative divisions of Ukraine. The center of the raion is the city of Chernivtsi. Four abolished raions, Hertsa, Hlyboka, Storozhynets, and Zastavna Raions, part of abolished Kitsman and Novoselytsia Raions, as well as the city of Chernivtsi, which was previously incorporated as a city of oblast significance, were merged together into Chernivtsi Raion.

Dnistrovskyi Raion Subdivision of Chernivtsi Oblast, Ukraine

Dnistrovskyi Raion is a raion (district) of Chernivtsi Oblast, Ukraine. It was created in July 2020 as part of the reform of administrative divisions of Ukraine. The center of the raion is the urban-type settlement of Kelmentsi. Three abolished raions, Kelmentsi, Khotyn, and Sokyriany Raions, part of abolished Novoselytsia Raion, as well as the town of Novodnistrovsk, which was previously incorporated as a city of oblast significance, were merged together into Dnistrovskyi Raion. The name of the raion is derived from the Dniester.

References

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