Category:Districts of Moscow

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For highest administrative divisions, see Category:Administrative okrugs of Moscow. There are 12 okrugs in Moscow.

For lower administrative subdivisions, called Districts (on the territory of Moscow before 2012) and Settlements (on the new territory), see Category:Municipal divisions of Moscow. There are 125 districts (raions) and 21 settlements in the city. Totally there are 146 lower administrative (and municipal) units in Moscow.


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Federal cities: Moscow · Saint Petersburg ·
Autonomous oblast:
Autonomous okrugs: Khantia-Mansia · Yamal-Nenets ·

Russian: Aдминистративные округа г. Москвы

English: Administrative okrugs, the highest administrative divisions of Moscow

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