Brody Raion

Brody Raion (Ukrainian: Бродівський район, translit: Brodivs’kyi raion) is a raion (district) of Lviv Oblast (region) of Western Ukraine. Its administrative center is Brody. Population: 57,457 (2020 est.)[1].

Brodivskyi Raion

Бродівський район
Flag of Brodivskyi Raion
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Coat of arms of Brodivskyi Raion
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Map of Lviv Oblast highlighting Brody Raion.png
Coordinates: 50°2′30″N 25°6′47″E / 50.04167°N 25.11306°E / 50.04167; 25.11306Coordinates: 50°2′30″N 25°6′47″E / 50.04167°N 25.11306°E / 50.04167; 25.11306
Country Ukraine
Region Lviv Oblast
Admin. centerBrody
Subdivisions
Population
 (2020)
 • Total57,457
Time zoneUTC+02:00 (EET)
 • Summer (DST)UTC+03:00 (EEST)
Area code380-3266
Websitehttp://www.brody.lviv.ua Brody

The raion is located at the easternmost portion of the Lviv Region bordering with Rivne and Ternopil regions to its east, Volyn region to the north, Radekhiv district to the northwest, Busk district to the west, and Zolochiv district to the southwest.

Historically, the district (county) became known as border checkpoint between the Austria-Hungary Empire and the Russian Empire. As a county (powiat) it was established in 1866 as part of the Kingdom of Galicia and Lodomeria. After World War I, the area became part of the Second Polish Republic within the Tarnopol Voivodeship. During the invasion of Soviet forces at the beginning of World War II, the district was established by the Soviet administration.

The raion has a city administrative area, a "town with three other villages" administrative area and 23 rural councils which are formed out of the rest of the 73 villages. Some councils include up to 10 villages (Ponykva), while some consist only of a pair of villages.

Landmarks of architectureEdit

 
Ruins of Brody Castle with Potocki Palace
  • Ruins of the Brody Castle, built by Guillaume Le Vasseur de Beauplan (1630–1635)
  • Church of Vozdvyzhenia Chesnoho Khresta (former kosciol, 1660)
  • Church of the Nativity of the Virgin Mary (18th century)
  • Church of Saint George (18th century)
  • Church of Holy Trinity (1750s)
  • Ruins of Brody Synagogue (1750s)
  • Jewish Cemetery in Brody
 
Pidhirtsi Castle
  • Pidhirtsi Castle, built by Beauplan
    • Castle's kosciol
    • Inner court with a solar clock
    • Castle's garden
  • Church of Saint Michael (18th century)
  • 400-year-old linden tree
  • Plisnysko Gord
  • Order of Saint Basil Monastery (18th century)
 
Monastery in Pidkamin'
  • Monastery UGCC (earlier Dominican Order) (Pidkamin')
    • Building of kosciol
    • Monastery cells
    • Defensive walls and bastions
    • Corinth column with a statue of the Virgin Mary
  • Several towns chapels
  • Dominican cemetery
  • 17-meter tall rock, leftover of a sea reef
  • Wooden kosciol of Yazlivchyk (1930s)
  • Potocki Palace in Konyushkiv (18th century)
  • Cossack cemetery near Shnyriv (1651)
  • Kosciol ruins of the former Order of Saint Bernadine Monastery

EducationEdit

Health careEdit

  • Brody Central District Hospital
  • Pidkamin City Hospital
  • Zabolotsi District Hospital
  • Dental Clinic

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Чисельність наявного населення України (Actual population of Ukraine)" (PDF) (in Ukrainian). State Statistics Service of Ukraine. Retrieved 30 September 2020.