Smalyavichy District (Belarusian: Смалявіцкі раён, romanizedSmalavicki rajon; Russian: Смолевичский район, romanizedSmolevičskij raion) is a district (raion) of Minsk Region in Belarus.[1] Its administrative center is the town of Smalyavichy.[2][1] The town of Zhodzina is administratively separated from the district.[1]

Smalyavichy District
Смалявіцкі раён (Belarusian)
Смолевичский район (Russian)
Flag of Smalyavichy District
Coat of arms of Smalyavichy District
Coordinates: 54°01′22″N 28°04′19″E / 54.02278°N 28.07194°E / 54.02278; 28.07194
RegionMinsk Region
Administrative centerSmalyavichy
 • Total1,400 km2 (500 sq mi)
 • Total54,627
Time zoneUTC+3 (MSK)
WebsiteOfficial website

History Edit

The district was created on 17 July 1924.

Geography Edit

Overview Edit

Situated in the north-east of its Region, Smalyavichy District borders with the districts of Minsk, Lahoysk, Barysaw and Chervyen. In its territory is located the International Airport of Minsk. It is crossed by the M1 motorway, part of the European route E30.

Main settlements Edit

Notes and references Edit

  1. ^ a b c d "Численность населения на 1 января 2023 г. и среднегодовая численность населения за 2022 год по Республике Беларусь в разрезе областей, районов, городов, поселков городского типа". Archived from the original on 17 April 2023. Retrieved 14 August 2023.
  2. ^ (in Russian) Smalyavichy raion page at Minsk Oblispolkom website
  3. ^ (in Russian) 2010 Belarus population statistics Archived 2010-09-18 at the Wayback Machine (RAR file format)

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