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Vitebsk Region or Vitebsk Oblast or Vitsebsk Voblasts (Belarusian:Ві́цебская во́бласць, Viciebskaja voblasć, pronounced ; Russian:Ви́тебская о́бласть, tr.Vitebskaya oblast, IPA: ) is a region (oblast) of Belarus with its administrative center being Vitebsk. It is located near the border with Russia.

Vitebsk Region
Віцебская вобласць(in Belarusian)
Витебская область(in Russian)
Vitebsk Oblast, Vitsebsk Voblasts
CountryBelarus
Administrative centerVitebsk
Largest citiesVitebsk - 369,933
Orsha - 115,938
Navapolatsk - 102,288
Raions21
Cities - 19
Urban localities - 26
City raions5
Area
• Total40,049.99 km2 (15,463.39 sq mi)
Population
(2019 census)
• Total1,135,731
• Density28/km2 (73/sq mi)
ISO 3166 codeBY-VI
HDI (2018)0.799
high · 5th
Websitewww.vitebsk-region.gov.by

As of a 2019, the region had a population of 1,135,731. It has the lowest population density in Belarus at 30.6 p/km².

Important cities within the region include Vitebsk, Orsha, Polotsk, and Novopolotsk.

Contents

Map of the administrative subdivisions of the Vitebsk Oblast

Vitebsk Region covers an area of 40,000 km², which is about 19.4% of the national total. It is bordered on the north by Pskov Oblast of Russia, by Smolensk Oblast of Russia on the east, on the south by Minsk Region and by Mogilev Region, on the southwest by Minsk Region and Grodno Region, and on the west and northwest by Vilnius and Utena counties of Lithuania and Augšdaugava, Krāslava and Ludzamunicipalities of Latvia.

The northern extreme point of Belarus is situated in Verkhnyadzvinsk District of Vitebsk Region, north of Lake Osveya.

In 2000 Belarusian scientists Alexey Solomonov and Valery Anoshko published a report in which they stated that the geographic centre of Europe was located near Lake Sho (Belarusian:Шо) in the Vitebsk Region. [1][better source needed]

The region is known for its numerous lakes. The largest lakes of the Vitebsk Region are: Osveyskoye (2nd largest in Belarus), Lukomskoye (4th largest), Drivyaty (5th largest in Belarus and the largest of Braslav Lakes), Nescherdo, Snudy, Lisno, Ezerische, Strusto, Richi, Losvido, Lepelskoye.

The region has more national parks, nature reserves, and wildlife preserves of national importance than any other region of Belarus. Braslav Lakes and Naroch National Parks and Berezinski Biosphere Reserve comprise 3,4% of the whole region's territory, and 22 wildlife preserves of national importance make up 4,1% of the region.

The main industry of the region is petrochemical. "Naftan" (Navapolatsk) is one of the biggest oil refineries in Belarus and a major polymer manufacturer, "LLK-Naftan" (Navapolatsk) produces oil additives. Share of the food industry in the regional industrial output is estimated at 14-15%. Share of textile, garment and shoe factories (light industry) is estimated at 5-6%, the major factories are "Belvest" (shoes), "Marko" (shoes; both in Vitebsk), Orsha flax factory, "Vitebsk carpets", "Znamya industrializacyi" garment factory in Vitebsk, "Bell Bimbo" (baby clothes manufacturer). The biggest electrical and machinery plants (5-6% of the regional industrial output) are "Vityas" in Vitebsk (TV sets and household appliances), "Vistan" machine tool factory, Vitebsk factory of electrical measuring instruments, Vitebsk factory of tractor spare parts, "Red fighter" machine tool factory in Orsha.

Lukoml power station is the biggest power plant in Belarus.

Vitebsk Region has a number of important transport connections with Russia, Ukraine, the Baltic countries, and Poland.

The number of travel agencies in Vitebsk Region has been growing from 25 in 2000 to 83 in 2010; most agencies provide both agent and operator services. The numerous lake resorts attract tourists for several-night stays. Polotsk and Vitebsk are the most popular cultural tourism destinations of the region.

The Vitebsk Region is subdivided into 21 districts, 2 cities of oblast subordinance, 19 additional cities, 249 selsovets, and 26 urban-type settlements.

Districts of Vitebsk Region

Cities and towns

Population of cities and towns in Vitebsk Region

English Belarusian Russian Pop.
Vitebsk Ві́цебск Ви́тебск 342,400
Orsha О́рша О́рша 125,300
Navapolatsk Наваполацк Новополоцк 101,300
Polotsk По́лацк По́лоцк 82,800
Pastavy Паставы Поставы 20,500
Hlybokaye Глыбокае Глубокое 19,600
Lepel Ле́пель Ле́пель 18,800
Novalukoml Новалукомль Новолукомль 14,900
Haradok Гарадок Городок 14,000
Baran Бара́нь Барань 12,300
Tałačyn Талачын Толочин 10,500
Brasłaŭ Браслаў Браслав 10,100
Čašniki Чашнікі Чашники 9,800
Dubroŭna Дуброўна Дубровно 9,100
Miory Мёры Миоры 9,000
Syanno Сянно Сенно 8,400
Beshankovichy Бешанко́вічы Бешенковичи 8,200
Verkhnyadzvinsk Верхнядзвінск Верхнедвинск 7,300
Dokshytsy Докшыцы Докшицы 7,000
Ushachyu.t.s. Ушачы Ушачи 5,600
Disna Дзісна Дисна 2,400
Suraž Сураж Сураж 818

Notes:

u.t.s. - urban-type settlement

As of 2008, the birth rate was 9.7 per 1000, while the death rate was 15.5 per 1000. As of 2017, the birth rate was 9.6 and the death rate was 14.4. Rasony District, Shumilina District, Verkhnyadzvinsk District had the highest birth rates (over 11), while the city of Navapolatsk (Novopolotsk), Beshankovichy District, Haradok District had the lowests birth rates (less than 9). 16.1% of the population were under working age, 56.6% in working age, 27.3% over working age (averages in Belarus — 17.7%, 57.2%, 25.1%).

In 2017, the region had negative net migration rates for both internal and international migrations (-2,102 and -63 respectively). 5,227 of those who departed from the region in 2017 arrived in Minsk, 2,021 in the Minsk Region, 1,630 in the Mahilioŭ (Mogilev) Region, less than 700 — in each of the other regions. 3,858 people arrived in the region from Minsk, 1,731 from the Mahilioŭ (Mogilev) Region, 1,355 from the Minsk Region, less than 750 — from each of the other regions.

As of 2018, 53.7% of the region's population were female, 46.3% were male (averages in Belarus — 53.4% and 46.6% respectively).

Share of urban population in the region is increasing continuously since 1950 (21.5% in 1950, 77.4% in 2018).

Year 1939 1950 1955 1960 1965 1970 1975 1980 1985
Population (thousands) 1,702.5 1,256.2 1,243.3 1,289.9 1,313.5 1,368.8 1,384.1 1,386.1 1,402.3
Year 1990 1995 2000 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010
Population (thousands) 1,415.7 1,426.3 1,366.4 1,289.5 1,273.8 1,259.4 1,247.3 1,237.5 1,229.4
Year 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019
Population (thousands) 1,221.8 1,214.1 1,208 1,202.1 1,198.5 1,193.5 1,188 1,180.2 1,171.5
Birth & death rates 1950 1960 1970 1980 1985 1990 1995 2000 2005 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017
Birth rate 24 21.6 14.6 14.2 14.8 13.2 9.1 8.5 8.4 10.1 10.1 10.9 11.1 11.1 11.2 11.1 9.6
Death rate 7.8 7 8.5 11.3 12.3 12.5 14.9 15.1 16.5 16.7 16.2 15.4 15.4 14.7 14.7 14.6 14.4
Life expectancy at birth 1990 1995 2000 2005 2010 2015 2016 2017
Overall 71 68 68.4 68.1 69.5 72.9 73.3 73.3
female 76.3 74.9 75.6 75.7 77 78.9 79.4 79.3
male 67.3 64.4 64.2 63.3 65.1 69.2 69.4 69.4
Marriages and divorces 1950 1960 1970 1980 1990 1995 2000 2005 2010 2015 2016 2017
Marriages (total) 11,589 15,275 12,645 13,908 13,480 10,571 7,936 9,037 9,542 9,803 7,536 7,582
Marriages (per 1000 population) 9.2 11.9 9.2 10 9.5 7.4 5.8 7.1 7.8 8.2 6.3 6.4
Divorces (total) 159 872 2,835 4,641 5,006 6,465 6,339 4,209 4,800 4,007 4,205 3,983
Divorces (per 1000 population) 0.1 0.7 2.1 3.3 3.5 4.5 4.7 3.3 3.9 3.4 3.5 3.4
  • Belarusians in the region
    >90%
    85—90%
    80–85%
    <80% (64.59%)
  • Russians in the region
    >15% (15.51%)
    10–15%
    8–10%
    5–8%
    <5%
  • Poles in the region
    >5% (18.66%)
    2–5%
    1–2%
    0.5–1%
    <0.5%
  • Birth rate by district (2017)

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Vitebsk Region Article Talk Language Watch Edit Vitebsk Region or Vitebsk Oblast or Vitsebsk Voblasts Belarusian Vi cebskaya vo blasc Viciebskaja voblasc pronounced ˈvʲit sʲɛpskaja ˈvɔblast sʲ Russian Vi tebskaya o blast tr Vitebskaya oblast IPA ˈvʲitʲɪpskeje ˈoblesʲtʲ is a region oblast of Belarus with its administrative center being Vitebsk It is located near the border with Russia Vitebsk Region Vicebskaya voblasc in Belarusian Vitebskaya oblast in Russian Vitebsk Oblast Vitsebsk VoblastsAssumption Cathedral be VitebskFlagCoat of armsCountryBelarusAdministrative centerVitebskLargest citiesVitebsk 369 933 Orsha 115 938 Navapolatsk 102 288Raions21 Cities 19 Urban localities 26City raions5Area Total40 049 99 km2 15 463 39 sq mi Population 2019 census Total1 135 731 Density28 km2 73 sq mi ISO 3166 codeBY VIHDI 2018 0 799 1 high 5thWebsitewww vitebsk region gov by As of a 2019 the region had a population of 1 135 731 2 It has the lowest population density in Belarus at 30 6 p km Important cities within the region include Vitebsk Orsha Polotsk and Novopolotsk Contents 1 Geography 2 Economy 3 Tourism 4 Administrative subdivisions 4 1 Districts of Vitebsk Region 4 2 Cities and towns 5 Demographics 6 See also 7 References 8 External linksGeography Edit Map of the administrative subdivisions of the Vitebsk Oblast Vitebsk Region covers an area of 40 000 km 2 which is about 19 4 of the national total It is bordered on the north by Pskov Oblast of Russia by Smolensk Oblast of Russia on the east on the south by Minsk Region and by Mogilev Region on the southwest by Minsk Region and Grodno Region and on the west and northwest by Vilnius and Utena counties of Lithuania and Augsdaugava Kraslava and Ludzamunicipalities of Latvia The northern extreme point of Belarus is situated in Verkhnyadzvinsk District of Vitebsk Region north of Lake Osveya 3 In 2000 Belarusian scientists Alexey Solomonov and Valery Anoshko published a report in which they stated that the geographic centre of Europe was located near Lake Sho Belarusian Sho in the Vitebsk Region 1 better source needed The region is known for its numerous lakes The largest lakes of the Vitebsk Region are Osveyskoye 2nd largest in Belarus Lukomskoye 4th largest Drivyaty 5th largest in Belarus and the largest of Braslav Lakes Nescherdo Snudy Lisno Ezerische Strusto Richi Losvido Lepelskoye 4 The region has more national parks nature reserves and wildlife preserves of national importance than any other region of Belarus Braslav Lakes and Naroch National Parks and Berezinski Biosphere Reserve comprise 3 4 of the whole region s territory and 22 wildlife preserves of national importance make up 4 1 of the region 5 Economy EditSee also List of Belarusian regions by GRP The main industry of the region is petrochemical Naftan Navapolatsk is one of the biggest oil refineries in Belarus and a major polymer manufacturer LLK Naftan Navapolatsk produces oil additives Share of the food industry in the regional industrial output is estimated at 14 15 Share of textile garment and shoe factories light industry is estimated at 5 6 the major factories are Belvest shoes Marko shoes both in Vitebsk Orsha flax factory Vitebsk carpets Znamya industrializacyi garment factory in Vitebsk Bell Bimbo baby clothes manufacturer The biggest electrical and machinery plants 5 6 of the regional industrial output are Vityas in Vitebsk TV sets and household appliances Vistan machine tool factory Vitebsk factory of electrical measuring instruments Vitebsk factory of tractor spare parts Red fighter machine tool factory in Orsha 6 Lukoml power station is the biggest power plant in Belarus Vitebsk Region has a number of important transport connections with Russia Ukraine the Baltic countries and Poland Tourism EditThe number of travel agencies in Vitebsk Region has been growing from 25 in 2000 to 83 in 2010 most agencies provide both agent and operator services 7 8 The numerous lake resorts attract tourists for several night stays Polotsk and Vitebsk are the most popular cultural tourism destinations of the region Administrative subdivisions EditThe Vitebsk Region is subdivided into 21 districts 2 cities of oblast subordinance 19 additional cities 249 selsovets and 26 urban type settlements Districts of Vitebsk Region Edit Beshankovichy District Braslaw District Chashniki District Dokshytsy District Dubroŭna District Haradok District Hlybokaye District Lepiel District Liozna District Myory District Orsha District Pastavy District Polotsk District Rasony District Sharkawshchyna District Shumilina District Syanno District Talachyn District Ushachy District Vitebsk District Verkhnyadzvinsk DistrictCities and towns Edit Population of cities and towns in Vitebsk Region English Belarusian Russian Pop Vitebsk Vi cebsk Vi tebsk 342 400Orsha O rsha O rsha 125 300Navapolatsk Navapolack Novopolock 101 300Polotsk Po lack Po lock 82 800Pastavy Pastavy Postavy 20 500Hlybokaye Glybokae Glubokoe 19 600Lepel Le pel Le pel 18 800Novalukoml Novalukoml Novolukoml 14 900Haradok Garadok Gorodok 14 000Baran Bara n Baran 12 300Talacyn Talachyn Tolochin 10 500Braslaŭ Braslay Braslav 10 100Casniki Chashniki Chashniki 9 800Dubroŭna Dubroyna Dubrovno 9 100Miory Myory Miory 9 000Syanno Syanno Senno 8 400Beshankovichy Beshanko vichy Beshenkovichi 8 200Verkhnyadzvinsk Verhnyadzvinsk Verhnedvinsk 7 300Dokshytsy Dokshycy Dokshicy 7 000Ushachyu t s Ushachy Ushachi 5 600Disna Dzisna Disna 2 400Suraz Surazh Surazh 818 Notes u t s urban type settlementDemographics EditAs of 2008 the birth rate was 9 7 per 1000 while the death rate was 15 5 per 1000 9 As of 2017 the birth rate was 9 6 and the death rate was 14 4 Rasony District Shumilina District Verkhnyadzvinsk District had the highest birth rates over 11 while the city of Navapolatsk Novopolotsk Beshankovichy District Haradok District had the lowests birth rates less than 9 10 16 1 of the population were under working age 56 6 in working age 27 3 over working age averages in Belarus 17 7 57 2 25 1 11 In 2017 the region had negative net migration rates for both internal and international migrations 2 102 and 63 respectively 5 227 of those who departed from the region in 2017 arrived in Minsk 2 021 in the Minsk Region 1 630 in the Mahilioŭ Mogilev Region less than 700 in each of the other regions 3 858 people arrived in the region from Minsk 1 731 from the Mahilioŭ Mogilev Region 1 355 from the Minsk Region less than 750 from each of the other regions 12 As of 2018 53 7 of the region s population were female 46 3 were male averages in Belarus 53 4 and 46 6 respectively 13 Share of urban population in the region is increasing continuously since 1950 21 5 in 1950 77 4 in 2018 14 Year 1939 1950 1955 1960 1965 1970 1975 1980 1985Population thousands 14 1 702 5 1 256 2 1 243 3 1 289 9 1 313 5 1 368 8 1 384 1 1 386 1 1 402 3Year 1990 1995 2000 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010Population thousands 14 1 415 7 1 426 3 1 366 4 1 289 5 1 273 8 1 259 4 1 247 3 1 237 5 1 229 4Year 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019Population thousands 14 15 1 221 8 1 214 1 1 208 1 202 1 1 198 5 1 193 5 1 188 1 180 2 1 171 5Birth amp death rates 1950 1960 1970 1980 1985 1990 1995 2000 2005 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017Birth rate 16 24 21 6 14 6 14 2 14 8 13 2 9 1 8 5 8 4 10 1 10 1 10 9 11 1 11 1 11 2 11 1 9 6Death rate 16 7 8 7 8 5 11 3 12 3 12 5 14 9 15 1 16 5 16 7 16 2 15 4 15 4 14 7 14 7 14 6 14 4Life expectancy at birth 1990 1995 2000 2005 2010 2015 2016 2017Overall 17 71 68 68 4 68 1 69 5 72 9 73 3 73 3female 17 76 3 74 9 75 6 75 7 77 78 9 79 4 79 3male 17 67 3 64 4 64 2 63 3 65 1 69 2 69 4 69 4Marriages and divorces 1950 1960 1970 1980 1990 1995 2000 2005 2010 2015 2016 2017Marriages total 18 11 589 15 275 12 645 13 908 13 480 10 571 7 936 9 037 9 542 9 803 7 536 7 582Marriages per 1000 population 18 9 2 11 9 9 2 10 9 5 7 4 5 8 7 1 7 8 8 2 6 3 6 4Divorces total 18 159 872 2 835 4 641 5 006 6 465 6 339 4 209 4 800 4 007 4 205 3 983Divorces per 1000 population 18 0 1 0 7 2 1 3 3 3 5 4 5 4 7 3 3 3 9 3 4 3 5 3 4 Belarusians in the region gt 90 85 90 80 85 lt 80 64 59 Russians in the region gt 15 15 51 10 15 8 10 5 8 lt 5 Poles in the region gt 5 18 66 2 5 1 2 0 5 1 lt 0 5 Birth rate by district 2017 See also EditAdministrative divisions of BelarusReferences Edit Sub national HDI Area Database Global Data Lab hdi globaldatalab org Retrieved 2018 09 13 a b Main Geographic Characteristics of the Republic of Belarus Territory and population density of Belarus by region as of January 1 2011 Land of Ancestors The Scientific and Production State Republican Unitary Enterprise National Cadastre Agency of the State Property Committee of the Republic of Belarus 2011 Archived from the original on 27 September 2013 Retrieved 24 September 2013 Coordinates of the extreme points of the state frontier Land of Ancestors 2012 Archived from the original on 21 September 2013 Retrieved 30 August 2013 Main characteristics of the largest lakes of Belarus Land of Ancestors Data of the Research Laboratory for Lake Study of the Belarus State University 2011 Archived from the original on 29 September 2013 Retrieved 29 September 2013 Nature reserves and national parks wildlife preserves and nature sanctuaries Land of Ancestors Data of the Ministry of Natural Resources and Environmental Protection of the Republic of Belarus 2011 Archived from the original on 29 September 2013 Retrieved 29 November 2013 Promyshlennost in Russian Ministry of Sports and Tourism of the Republic of Belarus 2011 Number of organizations engaged in tourist activities in 2010 in Belarus Land of Ancestors National Statistical Committee of the Republic of Belarus Archived from the original on 13 October 2013 Retrieved 9 October 2013 Ministry of Sports and Tourism of the Republic of Belarus 2011 Number of organisations engaged in tourist activities in Belarus by region Land of Ancestors National Statistical Committee of the Republic of Belarus 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