Smalyavichy District

Smalyavichy District (Belarusian: Смалявіцкі раён; Russian: Смолевичский район, Smolevichi Raion), is a second-level administrative subdivision (raion) of Belarus in Minsk Region. Its seat is the town of Smalyavichy[1] but the most populated one is Zhodzina.[2]

Smalyavichy District
Смалявіцкі раён (be)
Смолевичский район (ru)
Location of Smalyavichi Raion within Minsk Region
Location of Smalyavichi Raion within Minsk Region
Coordinates: 54°01′22″N 28°04′19″E / 54.02278°N 28.07194°E / 54.02278; 28.07194Coordinates: 54°01′22″N 28°04′19″E / 54.02278°N 28.07194°E / 54.02278; 28.07194
Country Belarus
Voblast Minsk
SeatSmalyavichy
Government
 • Ispolkom?
Area
 • Total1,400 km2 (500 sq mi)
Population
(Not including Zhodzina)
 • Total46,500
WebsiteOfficial website

HistoryEdit

The district was created on July 17, 1924.

GeographyEdit

OverviewEdit

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 settlementsEdit

Notes and referencesEdit

  1. ^ (in Russian) Smalyavichy raion page at Minsk Oblispolkom website
  2. ^ Autonomous town
  3. ^ (in Russian) 2010 Belarus population statistics Archived 2010-09-18 at the Wayback Machine (RAR file format)

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