Nikopolsky district ( Ukrainian: Nikopolsky district ) is an administrative unit in the south-west of the Dnipropetrovsk region of Ukraine . The administrative center is the city of Nikopol , which is not part of the district.
|Included in||Dnipropetrovsk region|
|History and Geography|
|Date of formation||1923|
|Area||1 940 km² (2nd place )|
|Timezone||EET ( UTC + 2 , summer UTC + 3 )|
|Population||39180  people ( 2019 ) ( 6th place )|
|Density||20.46 people / km²|
|Telephone code||+380 5662|
|KOATUU||1222900000 all codes|
- 1 Geography
- 2 History
- 2.1 WWII
- 3 Demographics
- 4 Administrative device
- 4.1 Local councils 
- 4.2 Settlements 
- 4.2.1 Eliminated settlements 
- 5 Policy
- 6 Economics
- 7 Transport
- 8 Culture
- 9 Attractions
- 10 Bibliography
- 11 Links
- 12 Notes
The area is located in the southwest of the Dnipropetrovsk region.
Tomakovsky , Solonyansky , Sofievsky , Apostolovsky districts , Marganetsky , Pokrovsky and Nikopolsky city councils of the Dnipropetrovsk region, Verkhnerogachiksky , Kamensko-Dneprovsky districts of Zaporizhia region border it.
Area - 1940 km² (2nd among districts).
Rivers flow through the territory of the district - Bazavluk , Bazavluchek , Solenaya , Sukhoi Chertomlyk , Revun , Tomakovka , Kakhovka reservoir .
The district was formed on March 7, 1923 .
During the Great Patriotic War, on August 13, 1941, German leaflets with Yakov Dzhugashvili were scattered in Nikopol Oblast, from which the date and place of the capture of Stalin's son became clear, samples of leaflets were delivered to the political department of the 6th Army of the Southern Front  .
The population of the district is 44 716 people (without a district center, 6th among districts; 2005 data), including 6 710 people living in urban conditions, 38 006 in rural conditions.
The area includes  :
Local councils 
Eliminated Settlements 
Nikopol Solar Power Plant (SES) can generate up to 290 million kWh of electricity per year  .
- ↑ Population for sickle 1 in 2019 (Ukrainian) Main Directorate of Statistics in the Dnipropetrovsk Region.
- ↑ "The Chronicle of the Life of the Stalin Family", historian Alexander Nikolaevich Kolesnik : "The place and date of the capture of Y. Dzhugashvili became known from a German leaflet scattered in the Nikopol region on August 13, 1941 and delivered to the political department of the 6th Army of the Southern Front."
- ↑ According to the district’s registration card on the website of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine.
- ↑ Regions of Ukraine and warehouse
- ↑ Warehouse of administrative and territorial units
- ↑ Regulatory acts of the administrative and territorial administration of Ukraine (inaccessible link)
- ↑ The largest solar power plant in Europe was built in the Dnipropetrovsk region