Demidovskiy district ( Ukrainian: Demidivskyi district ) is an administrative unit in the south-west of the Rivne region of Ukraine . The administrative center is the urban-type village of Demidovka .
|Included in||Rivne region|
|History and Geography|
|Date of formation||1995|
|Timezone||EET ( UTC + 2 , summer UTC + 3 )|
|Population||14 525  people ( 2017 )|
Area - 377 km 2 .
For the first time, the area that gave the name to the future district center Demidovka was documented in 1472.
During the census in 1797, about 679 people lived here, the settlement was granted the status of a township.
With the formation of the Rivne region , Demidovka becomes one of its regional centers. Collectivization took place in the region, one of the first in the region, as a result of this, in June 1949 a batch of Stalinets-6 combine harvesters arrived in Rivne , the combines were sent to completely collectivized areas - Koretsky, Demidovsky, Sarnensky.
For a long time after the end of World War II , detachments of Ukrainian nationalists continued to operate.
In 1962, the Demidov district was disbanded, and its territory became part of the Mlinovsky district .
September 22, 1995, according to the Decree of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine No. 346/95-BP, the Demidov district was re-formed.
The population of the district is 14.5 thousand people ( 2005 data), including about 3 thousand people living in urban conditions. In total, there are 31 settlements.
Number of Tips:
- settlement - 1;
- rural - 11.
Number of settlements:
- urban-type villages - 1;
- village - 30.
The list of settlements in the district is at the bottom of the page.
- Number of population (per estimate) per 1 birch tree 2017 year // Head of statistics department in Rivne region