Bohuslav Raion

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Bohuslav Raion

Богуславський район
Богуславський район (Bohuslavskyi raion)
Flag of Bohuslav raion.svg
Flag
Bohuslav rayon herb.png
Coat of arms
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CountryFlag of Ukraine.svg  Ukraine
Region Kyiv Oblast
Disestablished18 July 2020
Admin. center Bohuslav
Subdivisions
Population
 (2020)
  Total33,318
Time zone UTC+02:00 (EET)
  Summer (DST) UTC+03:00 (EEST)
Area code +380

Bohuslav Raion (Ukrainian : Богуславський район) was a raion (district) in Kyiv Oblast of Ukraine. Its administrative center was Bohuslav. The raion was abolished on 18 July 2020 as part of the administrative reform of Ukraine, which reduced the number of raions of Kyiv Oblast to seven. [1] [2] The last estimate of the raion population was 33,318(2020 est.) [3] .

Subdivisions

Bohuslav raion consisted of 1 city (Bohuslav), and 40 villages. The villages of Bohuslav raion included:

  • Biivtsi
  • Borodani
  • Brane Pole
  • Chaiky
  • Deshky
  • Dibrivka
  • Dmytrenky
  • Dybyntsi
  • Huta
  • Isaiky
  • Ivanivka
  • Ivky
  • Kalynivka
  • Karandyntsi
  • Khokhitva
  • Koriakivka
  • Krasnohorodka
  • Kydanivka
  • Liutari
  • Medvyn
  • Moskalenky
  • Mykhailivka
  • Mysailivka
  • Mytaivka
  • Oleksiivka
  • Poberezhka
  • Polovetske
  • Potashnia
  • Rozkopantsi
  • Savarka
  • Scherbashyntsi
  • Semyhory
  • Shupyky
  • Sofiika
  • Synytsia
  • Teptiivka
  • Tunyky
  • Vilkhovets
  • Yatsiuky
  • Zakutyntsi

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References

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Coordinates: 49°32′48″N30°52′22″E / 49.54667°N 30.87278°E / 49.54667; 30.87278