Administrative divisions of Saint Petersburg


Administrative divisions of Saint Petersburg
Federal city of Saint Petersburg, Russia Coat of arms of St. Petersburg
As of 2008:[1]
# of city districts
(районы)
18
# of municipal cities and towns
(муниципальные образования—
городá)
9
# of municipal settlements
(муниципальные образования—
посёлки)
21
# of municipal okrugs
(муниципальные образования—
муниципальные округа)
81
Districts of Saint Petersburg: 1. Admiralteysky 2. Vasileostrovsky 3. Vyborgsky 4. Kalininsky 5. Kirovsky 6. Kolpinsky 7. Krasnogvardeysky 8. Krasnoselsky 9. Kronshtadtsky 10. Kurortny 11. Moskovsky 12. Nevsky 13. Petrogradsky 14. Petrodvortsovy 15. Primorsky 16. Pushkinsky 17. Frunzensky 18. Tsentralny

The federal city of Saint Petersburg, Russia, is divided into eighteen city districts (Rus. район pron. rayon (plural районы)), which are in turn subdivided into municipal okrugs, municipal towns, and municipal settlements.

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Admiralteysky District

Name Population[2][3] Photos
Admiralteysky District (Адмиралтейский район) 187,837
The Admiralty Board is located in Admiralteysky Municipal Okrug
Municipal okrugs under the district's jurisdiction:
Yekateringofsky (Екатерингофский)
31,570
Admiralteysky (Адмиралтейский)
30,533
Izmaylovskoye (Измайловское)
30,415
Kolomna (Коломна)
37,642
Semyonovsky (Семёновский)
29,572
Sennoy (Сенной)
28,105

Frunzensky District

Name Population[2][3]
Frunzensky District (Фрунзенский район) 405,274
Municipal okrugs under the district's jurisdiction:
#72 (№ 72)
69,785
#75 (№ 75)
44,498
Balkansky (Балканский)
75,456
Georgiyevsky (Георгиевский)
92,780
Kupchino (Купчино)
62,673
Volkovskoye (Волковское)
60,082

Kalininsky District

Name Population[2][3]
Kalininsky District (Калининский район) 469,409
Municipal okrugs under the district's jurisdiction:
#21 (№ 21)
72,403
Akademicheskoye (Академическое)
93,535
Finlyandsky (Финляндский)
53,916
Grazhdanka (Гражданка)
74,009
Piskaryovka (Пискарёвка)
59,004
Prometey (Прометей)
64,937
Severny (Северный)
51,605

Kirovsky District

Name Population[2][3]
Kirovsky District (Кировский район) 338,820
Municipal okrugs under the district's jurisdiction:
Avtovo (Автово)
49,022
Dachnoye (Дачное)
76,229
Knyazhevo (Княжево)
60,036
Krasnenkaya Rechka (Красненькая Речка)
37,891
Morskiye Vorota (Морские Ворота)
10,287
Narvsky (Нарвский)
29,822
Ulyanka (Ульянка)
75,533

Kolpinsky District

Name Population[2][3]
Kolpinsky District (Колпинский район) 175,396
Municipal cities under the district's jurisdiction:
Kolpino (Колпино)
136,632
Municipal settlements under the district's jurisdiction:
Metallostroy (Металлострой)
25,675
Petro-Slavyanka (Петро-Славянка)
1,337
Pontonny (Понтонный)
9,199
Sapyorny (Сапёрный)
1,401
Ust-Izhora (Усть-Ижора)
1,152

Krasnogvardeysky District

Name Population[2][3]
Krasnogvardeysky District (Красногвардейский район) 336,342
Municipal okrugs under the district's jurisdiction:
Bolshaya Okhta (Большая Охта)
56,648
Malaya Okhta (Малая Охта)
48,627
Polyustrovo (Полюстрово)
51,529
Porokhovye (Пороховые)
123,583
Rzhevka (Ржевка)
55,955

Krasnoselsky District

Name Population[2][3]
Krasnoselsky District (Красносельский район) 305,129
Municipal towns under the district's jurisdiction:
Krasnoye Selo (Красное Село)
44,081
Municipal okrugs under the district's jurisdiction:
Yugo-Zapad (Юго-Запад)
64,261
Gorelovo (Горелово)
16,640
Konstantinovskoye (Константиновское)
34,747
Sosnovaya Polyana (Сосновая Поляна)
45,742
Uritsk (Урицк)
49,049
Yuzhno-Primorsky (Южно-Приморский)
50,610

Kronshtadtsky District

Name Population[2][3]
Kronshtadtsky District (Кронштадтский район) 43,385
Municipal towns under the district's jurisdiction:
Kronshtadt (Кронштадт)
43,385

Kurortny District

Name Population[2][3]
Kurortny District (Курортный район) 67,511
Municipal towns under the district's jurisdiction:
Sestroretsk (Сестрорецк)
40,287
Zelenogorsk (Зеленогорск)
12,074
Municipal settlements under the district's jurisdiction:
Beloostrov (Белоостров)
1,690
Komarovo (Комарово)
1,062
Molodyozhnoye (Молодёжное)
1,437
Pesochny (Песочный)
6,487
Repino (Репино)
2,011
Serovo (Серово)
252
Smolyachkovo (Смолячково)
568
Solnechnoye (Солнечное)
1,161
Ushkovo (Ушково)
482

Moskovsky District

Name Population[2][3]
Moskovsky District (Московский район) 275,884
Municipal okrugs under the district's jurisdiction:
Gagarinskoye (Гагаринское)
58,197
Moskovskaya Zastava (Московская Застава)
46,951
Novoizmaylovskoye (Новоизмайловское)
70,403
Pulkovsky meredian (Пулковский мередиан)
46,515
Zvyozdnoye (Звёздное)
53,818

Nevsky District

Name Population[2][3]
Nevsky District (Невский район) 438,061
Municipal okrugs under the district's jurisdiction:
#53 (№ 53)
52,580
#54 (№ 54)
63,138
Pravoberezhny (Правобережный)
51,006
Ivanovsky (Ивановский)
31,215
Nevskaya Zastava (Невская Застава)
29,685
Nevsky (Невский)
59,714
Obukhovsky (Обуховский)
46,108
Okkervil (Оккервиль)
55,078
Rybatskoye (Рыбацкое)
49,537

Petrodvortsovy District

Name Population[2][3] Photos
Petrodvortsovy District (Петродворцовый район) 77,542
Fountains in Petergof
Municipal towns under the district's jurisdiction:
Petergof (Петергоф)
64,791
Lomonosov (Ломоносов)
37,776
Municipal settlements under the district's jurisdiction:
Strelna (Стрельна)
12,751

Petrogradsky District

Name Population[2][3] Photos
Petrogradsky District (Петроградский район) 134,607
Peter and Paul Fortress
Municipal okrugs under the district's jurisdiction:
Aptekarsky Ostrov (Аптекарский Остров)
19,277
Chkalovskoye (Чкаловское)
30,262
Kronverkskoye (Кронверкское)
21,256
Petrovsky (Петровский)
20,808
Posadsky (Посадский)
21,630
Vvedensky (Введенский)
21,374

Primorsky District

Name Population[2][3]
Primorsky District (Приморский район) 393,960
Municipal settlements under the district's jurisdiction:
Lisy Nos (Лисий Нос)
2,563
Municipal okrugs under the district's jurisdiction:
#65 (№ 65)
83,952
Chyornaya rechka (Чёрная речка)
53,717
Kolomyagi (Коломяги)
25,763
Komendantsky Aerodrom (Комендантский Аэродром)
71,968
Lakhta-Olgino (Лахта-Ольгино)
2,901
Ozero Dolgoye (Озеро Долгое)
78,714
Yuntolovo (Юнтолово)
74,382

Pushkinsky District

Name Population[2][3] Photos
Pushkinsky District (Пушкинский район) 101,655
Catherine Palace in Pushkin
Municipal towns under the district's jurisdiction:
Pavlovsk (Павловск)
14,960
Pushkin (Пушкин)
84,628
Municipal settlements under the district's jurisdiction:
Alexandrovskaya (Александровская)
1,184
Shushary (Шушары)
15,843
Tyarlevo (Тярлево)
1,556

Tsentralny District

Name Population[2][3] Photos
Tsentralny District (Центральный район) 236,856
Palace Square in Dvortsovy Municipal Okrug
Municipal okrugs under the district's jurisdiction:
#78 (№ 78)
13,508
Dvortsovy (Дворцовый)
10,491
Ligovka-Yamskaya (Лиговка-Ямская)
14,740
Liteyny (Литейный)
50,567
Smolninskoye (Смольнинское)
90,337
Vladimirsky (Владимирский)
57,213

Vasileostrovsky District

Name Population[2][3] Photos
Vasileostrovsky District (Василеостровский район) 199,692
The spit of Vasilyevsky Island
Municipal okrugs under the district's jurisdiction:
#7 (№ 7)
45,696
Ostrov Dekabristov (Остров Декабристов)
53,882
Gavan (Гавань)
35,766
Morskoy (Морской)
31,555
Vasilyevsky (Васильевский)
32,793

Vyborgsky District

Name Population[2][3]
Vyborgsky District (Выборгский район) 419,567
Municipal settlements under the district's jurisdiction:
Levashovo (Левашово)
4,095
Pargolovo (Парголово)
12,225
Municipal okrugs under the district's jurisdiction:
#15 (№ 15)
64,320
Parnas (Парнас)
67,709
Sampsoniyevskoye (Сампсониевское)
39,250
Shuvalovo-Ozerki (Шувалово-Озерки)
87,511
Sosnovskoye (Сосновское)
60,675
Svetlanovskoye (Светлановское)
83,782

References

  1. ^ Законодательное Собрание Санкт-Петербурга. Закон №411-68 от 25 июля 2005 г. «О территориальном устройстве Санкт-Петербурга», в ред. Закона №486-86 от 20 октября 2010 г. (Legislative Assembly of Saint Petersburg. Law #411-68 of July 25, 2005 On the Territorial Structure of Saint Petersburg, as amended by the Law #532-125 of October 20, 2010. ).
  2. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r All population figures are as of 2002 Census. Due to administrative changes in 2003–2008, the sum of population counts of municipal entities may not match the districts' totals.
  3. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r Results of the 2002 Russian Population CensusTerritory, number of districts, inhabited localities, and rural administrations of the Russian Federation by federal subject

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