Central Federal District, Russia (Central Russia)

Central Federal District overview

Central Federal District is an administrative region of Russia appeared by the Russian President decree in May 13, 2000.

The territory of the district is about 3,8% of total Russian territory. The population of the region is about 27% of total population of Russia. The administrative center of Central Federal District is Moscow city.

Central Federal District population is about 38,679,000 (2012), land area - 650,205 sq. km.

Central district map, Russia


Total number of cities and towns on the territory of Central Federal District is about 300. About 91% of the population are Russians, 2% - Ukrainians, 0,8% - Tatars, 0,7% - Armenians, 0,5% - Byelorussians.

Central Federal District includes the following 17 federal subjects of Russian Federation:

The largest cities of Central Federal District are:

Central district of Russia photos

Central Federal District nature

Lipetsk region nature

Lipetsk region nature

Author: Constantin Silkin

Ryazan region nature

Ryazan region nature

Author: Alexander Vasiliev

Tula region nature

Tula region nature

Author: Lev Trusov


Central Federal District churches

Kostroma city churches

Kostroma city churches

Author: Yuriy Chulkov

Ivanovo region church

Ivanovo region church

Author: Alexey Kochnev

Lipetsk region church

Lipetsk region church

Author: Fomenko Aleksey


Central Federal District cathedrals

Kursk city cathedral

Kursk city cathedral

Author: Gridin Paul

Belgorod province cathedral

Belgorod province cathedral

Author: Oleg Goncharenko

Moscow region cathedral

Moscow region cathedral

Author: Mikhail Grizly


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