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Budonivskyi District, Donetsk

Budonivskyi District
Будьонівський район
Urban district
Country  Ukraine
Oblast Donetsk City Municipality
Area
 • Total 76.64 km2 (29.59 sq mi)
Population
 • Total 94,875
Time zone EET (UTC+2)
 • Summer (DST) EEST (UTC+3)
Raions of Donetsk on the territory of the Donetsk City Municipality:
  Budonivskyi District
  Voroshylovskyi District
  Kalininskyi District
  Kyivskyi District
  Kirovskyi District
  Kuibyshevskyi District
  Leninskyi District
  Petrovskyi District
  Proletarskyi District

Budonivskyi District (Ukrainian: Будьонівський район) is an urban district of the city of Donetsk, Ukraine, named after Marshal of the Soviet Union Semyon Mikhailovich Budyonny.

It was created in 1980 out of the Proletarskyi, Kirovskyi and Leninskyi districts. The district's name was a revival of the original name of Proletarskyi District.

Monument to Semyon Budyonny
Slag heaps, locally known as terrikon

External links

  • Budyonny Raion at the Mayor of Donetsk website
  • Budyonny Raion at the Uzovka website

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