Administrative divisions of tyumen oblast

Tyumen Oblast, Russia
Administrative center: Tyumen
As of 2011:[1]
# of districts
# of cities and towns
As of 2002:[2]
# of rural settlements
(сельские населённые пункты)
# of uninhabited rural settlements
(сельские населённые пункты без населения)
  • Cities and towns under the oblast's jurisdiction:
    • Tyumen (Тюмень) (administrative center)
      • City administrative okrugs:
        • Kalininsky (Калининский)
        • Leninsky (Ленинский)
        • Tsentralny (Центральный)
        • Vostochny (Восточный)
    • Ishim (Ишим)
    • Tobolsk (Тобольск)
    • Yalutorovsk (Ялуторовск)
    • Zavodoukovsk (Заводоуковск)
  • Districts:
    • Abatsky (Абатский)
    • Armizonsky (Армизонский)
    • Aromashevsky (Аромашевский)
    • Berdyuzhsky (Бердюжский)
    • Golyshmanovsky (Голышмановский)
    • Isetsky (Исетский)
    • Ishimsky (Ишимский)
    • Kazansky (Казанский)
    • Nizhnetavdinsky (Нижнетавдинский)
    • Omutinsky (Омутинский)
    • Sladkovsky (Сладковский)
    • Sorokinsky (Сорокинский)
    • Tobolsky (Тобольский)
    • Tyumensky (Тюменский)
    • Uporovsky (Упоровский)
    • Uvatsky (Уватский)
    • Vagaysky (Вагайский)
    • Vikulovsky (Викуловский)
    • Yalutorovsky (Ялуторовский)
    • Yarkovsky (Ярковский)
    • Yurginsky (Юргинский)
    • Zavodoukovsky (Заводоуковский)


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