Talnivskyi district ( Ukrainian: Talnivskyi district ) is an administrative unit in the south-west of Cherkasy region of Ukraine . The administrative center is the city of Talnoe .
|Included in||Cherkasy region|
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|Timezone||EET ( UTC + 2 , summer UTC + 3 )|
|Population||33 577  people ( 2017 )|
Area - 917 km 2 . The Gorny Tikich River flows through the territory of the district, a small rivulet Talyanka flows through the center of Talnoe]. On the river Gorny Tikich in the area with. Gordashovka operates a small hydroelectric station.
The population of the district is 44 thousand people (2005), including about 16 thousand people living in urban conditions. In total there are 43 settlements. As of 01.01.2010, the population of Talnoe is 14800 people.
In the village of Moshurov is a factory for the production of fruits and vegetables, founded in 1969. As of 2011, it is the only industrial enterprise in the district.
Within 10 kilometers it is better to walk. The bus to Lashchova from Talnoy runs once a day.
Talnoe: park ensemble and buildings of the Hunting House of Count Pototsky, located in the south-eastern part of the city, the existing church of St. Anne 1702, a picturesque lake formed by the spill of the river. Talyanki, in the depths of the park, there is also a waterfall, a museum of the history of agriculture, a museum and a reserve of Trypillian culture in the village. Legedzino, the newly opened temple of Peter and Paul, the unusually attractive landscape on which the city is located, as well as the shopping street Sobornaya with shops located on both sides of it, located in buildings of the past and the century before last. Near the Park on the outskirts of the city is an old Catholic cemetery with preserved crypts, at the northern entrance to the city - a Jewish cemetery. S. Zdobutok Zhovtnya - a museum of F. I. Dubkovetsky, the founder of the first collective farm, a monument to which is located in the town of Talnoe in the park of the same name next to the Peter and Paul Cathedral and the Yunost entertainment center. The rocky shores along the river do not leave indifferent. Mountain Tikich.