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Berehove Raion
Берегівський район
—  Rayon  —
Flag of Berehove Raion
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Coat of arms of Berehove Raion
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Coordinates: 48°12′3.17″N 22°38′2.64″E / 48.2008806, 22.6340667Coordinates: 48°12′3.17″N 22°38′2.64″E / 48.2008806, 22.6340667
Country  Ukraine
Province  Zakarpattia Oblast
Established November 9, 1953
Admin. center Berehove
Subdivisions
Government
 • Administration Ihor Svyshcho
 • Council
Area
 • Total 635 km2 (245 sq mi)
Elevation 120 m (390 ft)
Population
 • Total 51,804
 • Density 82/km2 (210/sq mi)
Time zone EET (UTC+2)
 • Summer (DST) EEST (UTC+3)
Postal index 90200
Area code ?
Website www.bereg-rda.gov.ua


Berehove Rayon (Ukrainian: Берегівський район|, Hungarian: Beregszászi járás) is a district (rayon) in Zakarpattia Oblast (province) in the westernmost corner of Ukraine. The administrative center is Berehove, which does not belong to the raion and is incorporated separately as a city of oblast significance. For many centuries the territory of the district was part of Bereg County. Population: Template:Ua-pop-est2013.

Location[]

The district covers 635 km2 (245 sq mi) and composes about 5.5% territory of the region. It is located at the south-western portion of the region on the border with Hungary. The district also borders with such districts of the region as Mukachevo, Uzhhorod, Irshava, and Vynohradove.

Through the district flow three rivers Tisza, Borzhava, and Salva. Most of the territory is an open plain with some elevation at its north-eastern portion, closer to the Carpathian ridges.

Demographics[]

According to the 2001 Ukrainian Census, the population of Berehivskyi Raion is 54,614[1](as of 2004), which is about 4% of the Zakarpattia region population. About 50,000 reside in a rural area.

Although ethnic Hungarians in Ukraine are in majority here (76.1%), ethnic groups are relatively numerous in Berehove Raion. The largest of these are Ruthenians (18.8%), Russians (0.7%), Gypsies (4.1%).

Administrative division[]

The Berehove district (raion) consists of one town municipality and 30 rural municipalities, all of which also have their respective administrative councils (rada). The administrative center of the district is situated in the city of Berehovo which is not part of the district administration. The city of Berehovo was designated into a special city municipality of regional significance in 2001. Some of the municipalities of the district consist of several settlements, mostly rural.

Note that most of the settlements regained their original Hungarian names since the Ukrainian independence. Some settlements' names end with o, unlike within the Ukrainian grammar which requires ending e. Those names are traditional and in the local Ukrainian dialect.

Administrative center: Berehove

Town municipality: Batiovo

Towns and urban settlements
Name Population
Ukrainian Hungarian Slovak Russian
Ukrainian writing transliteration Russian writing transliteration
Берегове or Береговo Berehove or Berehovo Beregszász Berehovo Берегово Beregovo 24 580
Батьово Batiovo Bátyú Baťovo Батьёво Batyovo 3046
  • 42 villages out of which:
    • 30 communes or selsoviets as follows:
Comune
Name Population
Ukrainian Hungarian Slovak Russian
Ukrainian writing transliteration Russian writing transliteration
Астей
Between 1945-1991: Лужанка
Astei
Between 1945-1991: Luzhanka
Asztély Астей Astei 677
Бадалово
Before 1991: Бодолів
Badalovo
Before 1991:Bodoliv
Badaló Бадалово Badalovo 1714
Батрадь Batrad Bótrágy Батрадь Batrad 1846
Бене
Between 1945-1991: Добросілля
Bene
Between 1945-1991: Dobrosillya
Bene Бэнэ
Between 1945-1991: Доброселье
Bene, Former name (1945-1991): Dobroselye 1409
Берегуйфалу Berehuifalu
Before 1991: Нове Село
Beregújfalu
Before 1991: Nove Selo
Nove Selo Берегуйфалу Bereguifalu 1926
Боржава
Former name: Велика Боржава
Borzhava
Former name: Velyka Borshava
Nagyborzsova Boršava Боржава Borzhava 1502
Четфалва
Between 1945-1991: Четово
Chetfalva
Between 1945-1991: Chetovo
Csetfalva Четфалва Chetfalva 755
Чома Choma Tiszacsoma Чома Choma 916
Дийда
Former names: Дейда, Дідово
Dyida
Former names: Deida, Didovo
Beregdéda Дийда Diida 2013
Галабор Halabor Halábor Галабор Galabor 752
Гать Hat Gát Hať Гать Gat 3122
Геча Hecha Mezőgecse, Gecse Геча Gecha 1030
Гут
Between 1945-1991: Гараздівка
Hut
Between 1945-1991: Harazdivka
Gút Гут Gut 1353
Кідьош
Between 1945-1991: Зміївка
Kidyosh
Between 1945-1991: Zmiyvka
Kígyós Кидёш
Between 1945-1991: Змеевка
Kidyosh
Between 1945-1991: Zmeyevka
895
Косонь
Between 1945-1995: Косино
Koson
Between 1945-1995: Kosyno
Mezőkaszony Косонь
Between 1945-1995: Косино
Koson
Between 1945-1995: Kosino
2339
Квасово, Ква́сове́ Kvasovo, Kvasove Kovászó Квасово Kvasovo 899
Мочола Mochola Macsola Мочола Mochola 675
Мужієво Muzhiyevo Nagymuzsaly Mužjová Мужиево Muzhievo 2086
Нижні Ремети Nyzhni Remety Alsóremete Нижние Реметы Nizhnie Remety 865
Оросієво Orosiyevo (Sárosoroszi) Sárosoroszi Оросиево Orosievo 895
Попово Popovo Csonkapapi Попово Popovo 929
Рафайново
Former name: Рафальове
Rafainovo
Former name: Rafalove
Rafajnaújfalu Rafajna Nové Selo Рафайново Rafainovo 974
Шом
Between 1945-1991): Деренковець
Shom
Between 1945-1991): Derenkovets
Beregsom Шом
Between 1945-1991): Деренковець
Shom
Between 1945-1991): Derenkovets
1091
Свобода Svoboda Nagybakos Vel'ky Bakos Свобода Svoboda 854
Вари
Between 1945-1991: Воріово
Vary
Between 1945-1991: Voriovo
Vári
Before 1899: Mezővári
Variová Вары Vary 3147
Велика Бакта Velyka Bakta Nagybakta Великая Бакта Velika Bakta 1047
Велика Бийгань Velyka Byihan Nagybégány Великая Быйгань Velikaya Byigan 1893
Великі Береги Velyki Berehy Nagybereg wikipedia:sk:Brehy Великие Береги Velikie Beregi 2766
Яноші
Between 1967-1993: Іванівка or Іваноші, Іванівка
Yanoshi
Between 1967-1993: Ivanivka or Ivanoshi
Makkosjánosi Janosovo Яноши
Between 1967-1993: Ивановка
Yanoshi
Between 1967-1993: Ivanovka
2030
Запсонь
Between 1945-1995:Заставне
Zapson
Between 1945-1991: Zastavne
Zápszony Запсонь
Between 1945-1991: Заставное
Zapson
Between 1945-1991: Zastavnoye
1799
    • 12 villages, which are not selsoviets and do not have their own administration, as follows:


Village
Name Population Selsoviet
Ukrainian Hungarian Slovak Russian
Ukrainian writing transliteration Russian writing transliteration
Бадів Badiv Badótanya Бодов Bodov 546 Svoboda
Бакош Bakosh Kisbakos Бакош Bakosh 988 Svoboda
Балажер
Former names: Белашей, Белашієво
Balazher
Former names: Belashei, Belashievo
Balazsér Blazhejovo Балажер Balazher 816 Yanoshi
Чикош-Горонда Chykosh-Horonda Csikósgorond Čikosgorondov Dvor Чикош-Горонда Chikoshgoronda 80 Hat
Данилівка Danylivka Danilovka Даниловка Danilovka 493 Svoboda
Гетен
Between 1945-1991: Ліпове
Heten
Former name: Lipove
Hetyen Hetin Гетен Geten 761 Popovo
Горонглаб
Former name: Дзвінкове
Horonhlab
Former name: Dzvinkove
Kisharangláb, Harangláb Горонглаб Goronglab 797 Batrad
Гуняді Hunyadi Hunyadi Гуняди Gunyadi 325 Mochola
Каштаново Kashtanovo Vadastanya Vel'ky Dvor Каштаново Kashtanovo 262 Shom
Мала Бийгань
Former names: Мала Бейгань, Меле Бігонь, Мала Бийгонь
Mala Byihan
Former names: Mala Beigan, Mele Bigon, Mala Byigon
Kisbégány Малая Быйгань Malaya Byigan 1300 Velika Byihan
Мале Попово
Between 1945-1991: Сонячне
Male Popovo
Between 1945-1991: Sonyachne
Papitanya, Tiszatanya Gašparov Dvor Малое Попово Maloye Popovo 210 Popovo
Верхні Ремети Verkhni Remety Felsőremete Верхние Реметы Verkhnie Remety 489 Nyzhni Remety

Transportation[]

Map of Zakarpattia with the Berehove district highlighted (Cyrillic).

Highways

Through the district runs one of the European route which in fact consists of two different ones Tabliczka E58.svg and Tabliczka E81.svg. The highway runs from the north from Mukacheve straight to Berehove after which it continues on south-east along the Hungarian border towards Romania. A regional highway of a state importance Template:Road marker simple branches away from E58/81 in Berehove towards the Hungarian border and in the Astei municipality is going through a border checkpoint traveling towards Jánd (Hungary). From Berehove also originates a national highway M-road-23-Ukraine.svg that traveling through Vynohradiv heads towards Khust, connecting to H09.

Beside the Astei checkpoint there two others of local importance located in the western portion of the district, one in the Koson municipality, another one in the Batrad.

Out of local highways through the district run such highways as T0714, T0707, T0715, T0731, T0717. The biggest local highway is Template:Road marker simple which runs through most of the district.

Railroads

There are six railroad stations out of which the stations in Batyovo and Berehove are the biggest. The station Batyovo, in fact, is situated at the intersection connecting such important cities of the region as Chop, Mukacheve, and Berehove.

References[]

External links[]

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