Shyshatskiy district ( ukr. Shishatskiy district ) is an administrative unit in the center of the Poltava region of Ukraine . The administrative center is the town of Shishaki .
|Enters into||Poltava region|
|History and geography|
|Timezone||EET ( UTC + 2 , in summer UTC + 3 )|
|Population||20,149  people ( 2017 )|
|Telephone code||+380 5352|
|Koatuu||5325700000 all codes|
Shyshatskiy district is located in the center of the Poltava region of Ukraine within the Dnieper lowland.
Zenkovsky , Mirgorodsky , Velikobagachansky , Reshetilovsky and Dykansky districts of Poltava region are adjacent to it.
The area is 800 km².
The administrative center is Shishaki .
The rivers Velichkov , Velichkov , Psel , Perednaya Govtva , Gnitsa , Grun-Tashan , Stekha flow through the region.
The Shishatsky District was formed in 1923 from the Shishatsky, Yareskovskaya and Baranovsky volosts of the Mirgorod district . From 1923 to 1930 was part of the Poltava district . In 1935, Shishatsk district became an independent unit of Kharkiv, and since 1937, Poltava region. In 1952, during the celebration of the 100th anniversary of the death of Nikolai Gogol, the district was renamed Gogol. In 1962 the district was incorporated into Dikansky. Since 1966, Shishatskiy district has been restored.
The population of the district is 24,040 people ( 2001 ), including urban - 5,252 people, rural - 18,788 people.
District includes  :
Local Tips 
Liquidated settlements 
- Number of population (for the population) on 1 March 2017 to the river // Head of statistics in Poltava region
- According to the registration card of the district on the website of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine.
- Regions of Ukraine and a warehouse
- Warehouse of administrative and territorial singleness
- Regulatory and legal acts of administering territorial-territorial I will arrange Ukraine (inaccessible link)