Tsarichansky district ( Ukrainian: Tsarichansky district ) is an administrative unit in the north of the Dnipropetrovsk region of Ukraine . The administrative center is the urban-type settlement Tsarichanka .
|Included in||Dnipropetrovsk region|
|History and Geography|
|Date of formation||1923|
|Timezone||EET ( UTC + 2 , summer UTC + 3 )|
|Population||26 498  people ( 2018 )|
|Telephone code||+38 05690|
|Auto Code numbers||AE|
|KOATUU||1225600000 all codes|
The district is located in the north of the Dnipropetrovsk region . Magdalinovsky , Petrikovsky areas of the Dnipropetrovsk region, Kobelyaksky and Novosanzharsky areas of the Poltava region are adjacent to it.
Area 900 km².
The rivers flow through the region: Orel , Wet Zaplavka , Pryadovka , Dnepr-Donbass canal .
- As an administrative-territorial unit, the Tsarichansky district appeared within the borders of the Poltava province in January 1923 , from October 5, 1923 - in the Poltava district, from June 10, 1925 - in the Yekaterinoslav district, from February 27, 1932 it became one of the districts of the Dnipropetrovsk region. It included some of the land of modern Magdalinovsky , and from 1963 to 1991 - the entire Petrikovsky district . In modern borders, the region has existed since 1991.
- During the time of Kievan Rus, the current territory of the region was part of the Pereyaslavl principality , and in the XIV century - in the Grand Duchy of Lithuania .
- Active settlement began in the XVII century , when the Zaporizhzhya Cossacks defended this territory from raids by the horde. In 1662, the town of Kitaygorod appeared, and in 1718 - Mogilev.
- In the 30s of the 18th century , the Ukrainian fortified line was built along the right bank of the Orel River - Tsarichanka became a fortress. Fragments of the Ukrainian fortified line (1731-1733) remained near the villages of Rudka, Zalelia and the village of Tsarichanka.
The population of the region is 30,775 people ( 2001 data), including 7,839 people living in urban areas, 22,936 people in rural areas.
The area includes  :
Local councils 
with. China town
Abolished Settlements 
- The industrial complex of the district includes 4 enterprises:
- CJSC Tsarichansky Minvody Plant
- district communal enterprise "Tsarichanskaya printing house"
- oil shop of JSC “Pridneprovsky Combine”
- sausage shop "Irna - 1".
- Agricultural products are produced by 11 limited liability companies, 4 private enterprises, 2 cooperatives, 1 open joint-stock company, 92 farms.
- The main directions of agricultural production:
- in crop production - growing grain and Pancake week crops
- in livestock - dairy and beef cattle.
In the area are:
- 17 educational institutions
- 12 preschool
- 3 extracurricular institutions (the district House of Children and Youth Creativity, Children and Youth Sports School and the Station for Young Naturalists).
- Tsarichanskoye vocational school-89.
- 20 club venues
- 20 libraries
- District Museum of History
- District School of Art
- There are four protected areas in the district:
- Mount Kalitva (400 hectares of forest, located near the village of Kitaygorod)
- Dolgoe lake (5.8 ha, Babaykovka village)
- tract "Lileya" (30 ha, the village of Turove)
- ornamental garden (43 ha, village Lyashkovka)
- Orovetsky, Pavel Andreevich (1905-1976) - Ukrainian Soviet writer.
- Population as of November 1, 2018 and average population in January - October 2018. (Ukrainian) The Main Department of Statistics in the Dnipropetrovsk region.
- 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)