Aleshkovsky district ( Ukrainian: Oleshkivskyi district , in 1928-2016 - Tsyurupinsky district ) - an administrative unit in the central part of the Kherson region of Ukraine .
|Included in||Kherson region|
|Includes||1 city council|
2 village councils and
12 village councils
|History and Geography|
|Timezone||EET ( UTC + 2 , summer UTC + 3 )|
|Population||71 372  people ( 2017 )|
|Official language||Ukrainian Russian|
The administrative center is the city of Alyoshka . On the way, the path from Alyoshek to Kherson is 7 km.
Date of foundation of the district: 1923 - 1925 In 1928–2016, the district was called Tsyurupinsky . It was renamed to Alyoshkovsky district by the resolution of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine of May 19, 2016  .
In the region there are 1 city council, 2 village councils and 12 village councils , and in the territories subordinate to them are located: the city of regional significance - Alyoshki, 2 urban-type villages ( Brilevka and Novaya Mayachka ), 5 villages and 23 villages.
An important railway line Kherson - Crimea , national roads, the Moldavia - Odessa , Crimea - Kryvyi Rih , Donbas - Rostov-on-Don motorways pass through the district.
- Population (per estimate) for 1 birch 2017 year // Head of statistics department in Kherson region
- Postanova of the Supreme For the sake of Ukraine “On Renaming the District of Population and District” // The Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine (official web portal)