Administrative divisions of Ternopil Oblast

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

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Administrative divisions after 2020

Raions of Ternopil Oblast as of August 2020. Ternopil Oblast 2020 subdivisions.jpg
Raions of Ternopil Oblast as of August 2020.

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

#NameCenterArea
(km²)
PopulationHromadasPopulated place
TownUrban-type settlementVillage
1 Chortkiv Chortkiv 334,32279
2 Kremenets Kremenets 144,7841
3 Ternopil Ternopil 566,92576

Administrative divisions until 2020

Raions of Ternopil Oblast prior to 2020. The city of Ternopil is shown in dark blue. Ternopil regions.svg
Raions of Ternopil Oblast prior to 2020. The city of Ternopil is shown in dark blue.

Before 2020, Ternopil Oblast was subdivided into 21 regions: 17 districts ( raions ) and 4 city municipalities (mis'krada or misto), officially known as territories governed by city councils. [3]

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References

  1. "Про утворення та ліквідацію районів. Постанова Верховної Ради України № 807-ІХ". Голос України (in Ukrainian). 2020-07-18. Retrieved 2020-10-03.
  2. "Нові райони: карти + склад" (in Ukrainian). Міністерство розвитку громад та територій України.
  3. "Чисельність наявного населення України (Actual population of Ukraine)" (PDF) (in Ukrainian). State Statistics Service of Ukraine . Retrieved 2 September 2020.