Central Administrative Okrug

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Central Administrative Okrug
Центра́льный администрати́вный о́круг
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Central Administrative Okrug
Central Administrative Okrug in Moscow
Coordinates: 55°45′N37°37′E / 55.750°N 37.617°E / 55.750; 37.617 Coordinates: 55°45′N37°37′E / 55.750°N 37.617°E / 55.750; 37.617
Country Russia
Federal city Moscow
Districts10 + Kitai-gorod
Website http://cao.mos.ru/

Central Administrative Okrug, or Tsentralny Administrativny Okrug (Russian : Центра́льный администрати́вный о́круг, Tsentralny administrativny okrug), is one of the twelve administrative okrugs of Moscow, Russia. Population: 741,967(2010 Census); [1] 701,353(2002 Census). [2] It is the core of the city that includes its oldest, historical parts: Kremlin and the former Bely Gorod and Zemlyanoy Gorod; with certain churches and fortifications as old as from XIV-XV centuries. It is also the site of Russia's highest government institutions, such as the Government house, the State Duma, the Federation Council, and most ministries. A large part of the territory is occupied by office buildings, especially in the “Moscow-City” business district on the west side of the Okrug.

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Territorial organisation

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Map of territorial entities in the okrug

The okrug, governed by the prefecture, encompasses ten districts. The territory of Kitai-gorod is not a part of any district and is governed by the administrative okrug directly. As other okrugs, it was formally established in 1991. Its OKATO number is 45 286 000 000.

Districts under the jurisdiction of the Central Administrative Okrug
NameRussian namePopulation [3]
Arbat Арбат25,699
Basmanny Басманный100,899
Khamovniki Хамовники97,110
Krasnoselsky Красносельский45,229
Meshchansky Мещанский56,077
Presnensky Пресненский116,979
Tagansky Таганский109,993
Tverskoy Тверской75,955
Yakimanka Якиманка22,822
Zamoskvorechye Замоскворечье50,590
TOTAL - Central Administrative OkrugЦентральный административный округ, Tsentralny administrativny okrug701,353

Coat of arms

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Coat of arms of Central Administrative Okrug

The Kremlin Hill, from which the colonization of Moscow began, is depicted under Yury Dolgoruky. The purple background symbolizes the supreme power of Russia, concentrated in Central Administrative Okrug. The gold unicorn was a traditional symbol of the Russian Tsars. Below him an ancient Kremlin white-stone wall is featured.

Government and infrastructure

The Interstate Aviation Committee (IAC or MAK), the aviation accident technical investigation body of the Commonwealth of Independent States, has its head office in the Yakimanka District in the okrug. [4] The Federal Penitentiary Service has its head office in Yakimanka District. [5]

The Ministry of Education and Science has its head office in the Tverskoy District. [6]

Economy

Aeroflot has its head office in the Arbat District in the okrug. [7] United Aircraft Corporation has its head office in the Krasnoselsky District in the okrug. [8] Tupolev has its head office in the Basmanny District in the okrug. [9]

The All Nippon Airways Moscow sales office is located in the Presnensky District in the okrug. [10] Korean Air operates its CIS office in the Tverskoy District in the okrug. [11]

Education

The Lycée Français Alexandre Dumas de Moscou , a French international school, is located in the Krasnoselsky District in the okrug. [12]

Sister cities

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References

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  3. All population figures are as of 2002 Census.
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