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| native_name_lang = uk! Name || Ukrainian Name || Area (km2) || Populationcensus 2015WEB,weblink UkrStat, Population Quantity, Ukrainian, 15 January 2016, || Admin.center|| Urban Population Only
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Geography

Poltava Oblast is situated in the central part of Ukraine. Located on the left bank of Dnieper, Poltava region was part of the Cossack Hetmanate. It has an area of 28,800 km². The oblast borders upon Chernihiv, Sumy, Kharkiv, Dnipropetrovsk, Kirovohrad, Cherkasy and Kyiv regions.

Points of interest

The following historic-cultural sites were nominated for the Seven Wonders of Ukraine.

Demographics

At 2005-05-01, its population was 1,584,446, and population density was 59 people per 1 km².

Age structure

0-14 years: 13.2% {{increase}} (male 99,444/female 93,949) 15-64 years: 69.9% {{steady}} (male 483,389/female 530,911) 65 years and over: 16.9% {{decrease}} (male 81,435/female 164,861) (2013 official)

Median age

total: 41.4 years {{increase}} male: 38.0 years {{increase}} female: 44.7 years {{increase}} (2013 official)

Economy

Industry

The oblast’ is a center of Ukraine's oil and natural gas industry, with many wells and pipelines situated here. There is a major oil refinery plant in the city of Kremenchuk. Important iron ore processing facilities also present. In general there are 374 large industrial organization and 618 small industrial organizations.

Agriculture

In 1999 the gross grain yield was about 1452,9 thousand tons, sugar beets – 1002,900 tons, sunflower seeds – 166,200 tons, potatoes – 279,900 tons. The oblast also produced 120,500 tons of meat, 645,900 tons of milk and 423,200,00 eggs. At the beginning of 1999 there were 1,311 registered farms in the region.

Administrative divisions

The oblast is divided into 25 districts, 5 cities, 21 urban villages, and 1862 villages.The following data incorporates the number of each type of administrative divisions of the Poltava Oblast’:
  • Administrative Center – 1 (Poltava)
  • Raions — 25;
  • City raions — 5;
  • Settlements — 1526, including:
Cities of oblast' subordinance — 5; Cities of raion subordinance — 8; The local administration of the oblast' is controlled by the Poltava Oblast Rada. The governor of the oblast’ is the Poltava Oblast’ Rada speaker, appointed by the President of Ukraine.{| class="sortable wikitable"
Poltava > 103 align="right"Poltava (city) >| 293,945
Horishni Plavni > 34 align="right"Horishni Plavni (town) >| 52,144
Kremenchuk > 96 align="right"Kremenchuk (city) >| 223,942
Lubny > 46 align="right"Lubny (city) >| 46,820
Myrhorod > 20 align="right"Myrhorod (city) >| 40,440
Chornukhy Raion > 682 align="right"Chornukhy >| 2,581
Chutove Raion > 861 align="right"Chutove >| 9,468
Dykanka Raion > 679 align="right"Dykanka >| 7,804
Hadiach Raion > 1,595 align="right"Hadiach >| 24,005
Hlobyne Raion > 2,500 align="right"Hlobyne >| 16,182
Hrebinka Raion > 595 align="right"Hrebinka >| 10,926
Karlivka Raion > 854 align="right"Karlivka >| 14,997
Khorol Raion > 1,062 align="right"Khorol, Ukraine>Khorol 13,304
Kobeliaky Raion > 1,823 align="right"Kobeliaky >| 14,982
Kotelva Raion > 800 align="right"Kotelva >| 12,406
Kozelshchyna Raion > 930 align="right"Kozelshchyna >| 5,981
Kremenchuk Raion > 1,200 align="right"Kremenchuk (city) >| N/A *
Lokhvytsia Raion > 1,300 align="right"Lokhvytsia >| 20,187
Lubny Raion > 1,378 align="right"Lubny (city) >| N/A *
Mashivka Raion > 889 align="right"Mashivka >| 3,815
Myrhorod Raion > 1,540 align="right"Myrhorod (city) >| N/A *
Novi Sanzhary Raion > 1,300 align="right"Novi Sanzhary >| 8,375
Orzhytsia Raion > 1,000 align="right"Orzhytsia >| 5,369
Poltava Raion > 1,259 align="right"Poltava (city) >| N/A *
Pyriatyn Raion > 864 align="right"Pyriatyn >| 15,796
Reshetylivka Raion > 1,009 align="right"Reshetylivka >| 9,340
Semenivka Raion, Poltava Oblast>Semenivka Raion Семенівський район align="right" 25,456 Semenivka, Poltava Oblast >| 6,244
Shyshaky Raion > 790 align="right"Shyshaky >| 4,545
Velyka Bahachka Raion > 1,000 align="right"Velyka Bahachka >| 8,350
Zinkiv Raion > 1,360 align="right"Zinkiv >| 15,179
Note: Asterisks (*) Though the administrative center of the rayon is housed in the city/town that its named after, cities do not answer to the rayon authorities only towns do; instead they are directly subordinated to the oblast government and therefore are not counted as part of rayon statistics.

Nomenclature

Most of Ukraine's oblasts are named after their capital cities, officially referred to as "oblast centers" (, translit. oblasnyi tsentr). The name of each oblast is a relative adjective, formed by adding a feminine suffix to the name of respective center city: Poltava is the center of the Poltavs’ka oblast’ (Poltava Oblast). Most oblasts are also sometimes referred to in a feminine noun form, following the convention of traditional regional place names, ending with the suffix "-shchyna", as is the case with the Poltava Oblast, Poltavshchyna.{{See also |Romanization of Ukrainian}}

References

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External links

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| North = Chernihiv OblastSumy Oblast
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| West = Cherkasy Oblast
| Centre = Poltava Oblast
| East = Kharkiv Oblast
| Southwest = Kirovohrad Oblast
| South = Dnipropetrovsk Oblast
| Southeast =
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