Tsentralny District, Minsk

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Tsentralny (Цэнтральны)
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Country Flag of Belarus.svg Belarus
Voblast Flag of minsk province.svg Minsk
Municipality Coat of arms of Minsk.svg Minsk
Area
  Total22 km2 (8 sq mi)
Population
 (2009)
111,235
District number1
Website Official website

Tsentralny District (Belarusian : Цэнтральны раён, romanized: Centralny rajon; Russian : Центральный район) is an administrative subdivision of the city of Minsk, Belarus. Its name means "Central District" due to its position partly in the centre of the city. [1]

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Geography

The district is situated in central and north-western area of the city and borders with Savyetski, Partyzanski, Leninsky, Maskowski, and Frunzyenski districts.

Transport

Tsentralny is served by the subway and tram networks. It is also crossed by the beltway "MKAD".

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References

  1. (in Russian) Tsentralny Raion, Minsk administration website

Coordinates: 53°57′04″N27°30′37″E / 53.9510°N 27.5102°E / 53.9510; 27.5102