- Rîbniţa sub-district, Transnistria
Rîbniţa sub-district (Russian: Rybnitsa/Рыбница) is an administrative sub-region of
Transnistria, Moldova. Is located in the historical region Podolia. It contains the city of Rîbniţa, and 22 communes: Andreevca, Beloci, Broşteni, Butuceni, Cobasna, Crasnencoe, Ghidirim, Haraba, Hârjău, Jura, Lenin, Mihailovca, Mocra, Molochişul Mare, Ofatinţi, Plopi, Popencu, Sovetscoe, Stroieşti, Ulmu, Vadul-Turcului, and Vărăncău.
The rural population of the region includes 29,051 people.Fact|date=February 2008 The region had in
1989a population of 34,400 peopleDubious|date=March 2008 , excluding the city of Rîbniţa: 47% were Moldovans, 42% were Ukrainians, 8% were Russians, and the rest were Bulgarians, Gagauzians, Jews, Belarusians, Poles, and Germans. It is located in coord|47|45|N|29|00|E|.
* [http://visitpmr.com/rybnitsa.html Rybnitsa travel info]
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