- Dubăsari sub-district, Transnistria
Dubăsari — District (Raion) — Dubăsari district, controlled by Chişinău. Country Transnistria Administrative center Dubăsari Time zone EET (UTC+2) – Summer (DST) EEST (UTC+3)
Dubăsari sub-district, is an administrative sub-region of Transnistria, Moldova. It is located along the river Dniester, in the center of Transnsitria. Its seat is the city of Dubăsari. The sub-district contains this city and 9 communes (a total of 21 localities, including small villages/hamlets):
In addition, the breakaway authorities control the village of Roghi of the Chişinău-controlled Molovata Nouă commune of Dubăsari district. According to the 2004 Census in Transnistria, the population of the sub-district is 36,734, and that of the village Roghi is 715. The exact ethnic composition is available only for the sum: 18,780 (50.15%) Moldovans (Romanians), 10,594 (28.29%) Ukrainians, 7,125 (19.03%) Russians, 92 (0.25%) Gagauzians, 134 (0.36%) Bulgarians, 46 (0.12%) Roma, 46 (0.12%) Jews, 53 (0.14%) Poles, 185 (0.50%) Belarussians, 63 (0.17%) Germans, 126 (0.34%) Armenians, and 205 (0.56%) others and non-declared. The population of the village of Roghi is almost entirely Moldovan (Romanian).
In 1990-1991, the city of Dubăsari and the surrounding area were occasionally the scene of incidents, which aimed to establish in Transnistria a government that would break away from Moldova. In the 1992 War of Transnistria the city and the surrounding area were a major scene of the fighting in the War of Transnistria.
Cities and communes ofTransnistriaDistrict seat: Tiraspol
Municipalities Cities Communes
Andreevca | Beloci | Bîcioc | Blijnii Hutor | Broşteni | Butor | Butuceni | Caragaş | Caterinovca | Carmanova | Cioburciu | Cobasna | Colosova | Comisarovca Nouă | Corotna | Crasnencoe | Crasnîi Octeabri | Crasnîi Vinogradari | Crasnogorca | Cuzmin | Delacău | Doibani I | Dubău | Dzerjinscoe | Frunză | Ghidirim | Goian | Haraba | Harmaţca | Hîrjău | Hîrtop | Hlinaia, Grigoriopol | Hlinaia, Slobozia | Hristoforovca | Hruşca | Jura | Lenin | Lunga | Mălăieşti | Mihailovca | Mocra | Molochişul Mare | Nezavertailovca | Ocniţa | Ofatinţi | Parcani | Pervomaisc | Plopi | Podoima | Popencu | Raşcov | Rotari | Severinovca | Slobozia-Raşcov | Sovetscoe | Speia | Stroieşti | Sucleia | Şipca | Taşlîc | Teiu | Tîrnauca | Ţîbuleuca | Ulmu | Vadul Turcului | Valea Adîncă | Vărăncău | Vinogradnoe | Vladimirovca
of sub-city or
Solnecinoe | Crasnoe | Pîcalova | Şmalena | Novovladimirovca | India | Sadchi | Cotovca | Fedoseevca | Mocearovca | Suhaia Rîbniţa | Cobasna, loc. st. cf | Crasnaia Besarabia | Pobeda | Bosca | Coşniţa Nouă | Pohrebea Nouă | Dimitrova | Ivanovca | Alexandrovca | Afanasievca | Alexandrovca Nouă | Calinovca | Lunga Nouă | Voitovca | Crasnaia Gorca | Doibani II | Coicova | Goianul Nou | Andriaşevca Nouă | Andriaşevca Veche | Novocotovsc | Prioziornoe | Uiutnoe | Novosaviţcaia, loc. st. c. f. | Iagorlîc | Mihailovca Nouă | Sărăţei | Bruslachi | Marian | Mocreachi | Frunzăuca | Pervomaisc | Pobeda | Stanislavca | Cerniţa | Basarabca | Şevcenco | Zaporojeţ | Novaia Jizni | Podoimiţa | Chirov | Vladimirovca | Zăzuleni | Iantarnoe | Bodeni | Socolovca | Vasilievca | Vesioloe | Tocmagiu | Ulmul Mic | Lîsaia Gora | Molochişul Mic | Constantinovca | Buschi | Gherşunovca | Constantinovca | Nicolscoe
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