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Kitsman Rayon
(Кіцманський район)

(Romanian: Raionul Cozmeni
Russian: Кицманский район)
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Coordinates: 48°26′N 25°43′E / 48.433, 25.717Coordinates: 48°26′N 25°43′E / 48.433, 25.717
Country  Ukraine
Province Chernivtsi Oblast
Established 1940
Admin. center Kitsman
Subdivisions
Government
 • Administration
 • Council
Area
 • Total 610 km2 (240 sq mi)
Population
 • Total 71,000
 • Density 120/km2 (300/sq mi)
Time zone EET (UTC+2)
 • Summer (DST) EEST (UTC+3)
Postal index 593xx
Area code 380 3736

Kitsman Rayon (Ukrainian: Кіцманський район|, Romanian: Raionul Cozmeni, Russian: Кицманский район) is an administrative rayon (district) in the southern part of Chernivtsi Oblast in western Ukraine, on the Romanian border. The region has an area of 610 km² and 71,000 inhabitants, and centers on the city of Kitsman.

History and population[]

Until 1775 Bucovina was part of the voivodate of Moldavia From 1775 to 1918, Bucovina was an administrative division of the Habsburg Monarchy, and a province of Austria–Hungary (Austrian half).[1] After World War I, Bucovina became part of Romania. In 1940, the northern half of Bucovina was annexed by the Soviet Union.


According to the 2001 Ukrainian Census, the rayon's population was 74,200. The ethnical composition was as follows:

Total Ukrainians Russians Romanians Moldovans Other
71,805 674 116 88 201
98.52% 0.92% 0.16% 0.12% 0.28% [2]

Of the rayon's population, 20.3% was living in urban settlements (14.795 inhabitants) and 79.7% in rural settlements (58.089 inhabitants).

The most populated settlements are the towns of Kitsman (Romanian: Cozmeni) - 7.293 inhabitants, Luzhani (Romanian: Lujeni) - 4.744 and Nepolokivtsi (Romanian: Nepolocăuți) - 2.449 as well as the villages of Mămăești - 5.818, Șipeniț - 3.160 și Chisălău - 2.873.

Settlements[]

Kitsman Rayon is composed by:

  • 1 tows - Kitsman (Romanian: Cozmeni) - administrative seat
  • 2 urban settlements - Luzhani (Romanian: Lujeni) and Nepolokivtsi (Romanian: Nepolocăuți)
Towns and urban settlements
Name Population
Ukrainian Romanian Russian German
Ukrainian writing transliteration Russian writing transliteration
Кіцмань Kitsman Cozmeni (Coțmani), (Chițmani) Кицмань Kitsman Kotzmann 7.293
Лужани Luzhany Lujeni, (Lujani), (Lujan) Лужаны Luzhany Luzan 4.744
Неполоківці Nepolokivtsi Nepolocăuți (Grigore Ghica Vodă) Неполоковцы Nepolokovtsy Nepolokoutz 2.449
  • 43 villages [3], out of which:
    • 26 communes or selsoviets as follows:


Comune
Name Population
Ukrainian Romanian Russian German
Ukrainian writing transliteration Russian writing transliteration
Брусниця Brusnytsia Berbești, (Bărbești), (Brusnița) Брусница Brusnitsa Berbestie 1.987
Берегомет Berhomet Berhomet, (Berhomet pe Prut) Берегомет Beregomet Berhometh am Pruth 880
Біла Bila Bila Белая Belaya Bila 612
Борівці Borivtsi Borăuți Боровцы Borivtsy Boroutz 1.601
Давидівці Davydivtsi Davidești Давыдовцы Davydovtsy Dawidestie 1.107
Драчинці Drachyntsi Drăcineț Драчинцы Drachintsy Draczynetz 2.324
Дубівці Dubivtsi Dubăuți Дубовцы Dubovtsy Duboutz 1.232
Глиниця Hlynytsia Hlinița Глиница Glinitsa Hlinitza 1.641
Іванківці Ivankivtsi Ivancăuți Иванковцы Ivankovtsî Iwankoutz 1.388
Хлівище Khlivyshche Clivești Хлевище Khlevișce Kliwestie 648
Кліводин Klivodyn Clivodin Кливодин Klivodin Kliwodyn 1.704
Киселів Kyseliv Chisălău Киселёв Kiselyov Kisseleu 2.873
Лашківка Lashkivka Lașchiuca Лашковка Lashkovka Laschkowka 1.643
Малятинці Maliatyntsi Malatineți (Malatineț) Малятинцы Malyatintsy Malatynetz 1.214
Мамаївці Mamaivtsi Mămăești (Mămăeștii Vechi) Мамаeвцы Mamaevtsy Alt-Mamajestie 5.818
Нижні Станівці Nyzhni Stanivtsi Stăneștii de Jos Нижние Становцы Nizhnye Stanovtsy Unter-Stanestie am Czeremosch 1.990
Оршівці Orshivtsi Orășeni Оршевцы Orshevtsy Oroscheny 2.380
Ошихліби Oshykhliby Oșehlib Ошихлебы Oshikhleby Oschechlib 2.092
Шипинці Shypyntsi Șipeniț (Șipeniți) Шипинцы Shipintsî Schipenitz 3.160
Шишківці Shyshkivtsi Șișcăuți Шишковцы Shishkovtsy Schischkoutz 1.598
Ставчани Stavchany Stăuceni Ставчаны Stavchany Stawczan 2.168
Стрілецький Кут Striletskyi Kut Cotul-Vânători (Cutul Strilețchi) Стрелецкий Кут Streletskii Kut Striletzki Kut 2.069
Суховерхів Sukhoverkhiv Suhoverca Суховерхов Sukhoverhov Suchowerchow 1.881
Валява Valiava Valeva Валява Valyava Walawa 1.521
Верхні Станівці Verkhni Stanivtsi Stăneștii de Sus Верхние Становцы Verkhnie Stanovtsy Ober-Stanestie am Czeremosch 1.750
Южинець Yuzhynets Iujineț Южинец Yuzhinets Juzynetz 1.128
    • 17 villages, which are not selsoviets and do not have their own administration, as follows:


Village
Name Population Selsoviet
Ukrainian Russian Romanian German
Ukrainian writing transliteration Russian writing transliteration
Брусенки Brusenky Brusenchi Брусенки Brusenki Brussenky 1.110 Nyzhni Stanivtsi
Бурдей Burdei Bordei (Burdei) Бурдей Burdei Bordei 330 Striletskyi Kut
Чортория Chortoriia Ciortoria Чортория Chortoria Czartoria 685 Brusnytsia
Діброва Dibrova Dumbrava Диброва Dibrova 356 Brusnytsia
Гаврилівці Havrilivtsi Gavrilești (Gavrilăuți) Гавриловцы Gavrilovtsy Hawrilestie 341 Ivankivtsi
Кальнівці Kalinivtsi Călinești Кальновцы Kalnowtsy Kalinestie am Czeremosch 662 Brusnytsia
Клокічка Klokichka Clocucica (Clocușca) Клокочка Klokochka Klokuczka 348 Berhomet
Коростувата Korostuvata Corostuvata Коростoвата Korostovata 225 Hlynytsia
Нові Драчинці Novi Drachyntsi Drăcineții Noi Новые Драчинцы Novye Drachintsy 615 Drachyntsi
Новий Киселів Novyi Kyseliv Chisălăul Nou Новый Киселев Novyi Kiselyov Mamaivtsi
Остра Ostra Ostra Остра Ostra Ostra 280 Brusnytsia
П'ядиківці Piadikivtsi Piedicăuți Пядиковцы Pyadikovtsy Piedykoutz 971 Nepolokivtsi
Реваківці Revakivtsi Revacăuți Реваковцы Revakovtsy Rewakoutz 812 Berhomet
Ревне Revne Râvna (Revna pe Prut, Revna) Ревно Revno Rewna 1.067 Striletskyi Kut
Виноград Vynohrad Vinograd Виноград Vinograd Winograd 196 Nyzhni Stanivtsi
Витилівка Vytylivka Viteluvca (Vintileanca, Vitiliuca) Витилевка Vitilevka Witelowka 1.032 Lashkivka
Зеленів Zeleniv Zeleneu (Zelenău) Зеленов Selenow Seleneu 836 Brusnytsia

References[]

  1. ^ Die postalischen Abstempelungen auf den österreichischen Postwertzeichen-Ausgaben 1867, 1883 und 1890, Wilhelm KLEIN, 1967
  2. ^ Дністрянський М. С. Етнополітична географія України. Львів: Літопис, 2006. С.477.
  3. ^ Administrative - territorial division at the date of 5 December 2001 CHERNIVTSI REGION

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