Administrative division of Tatarstan
According to part 2 of article 65 of the Constitution of the Republic of Tatarstan and the Law "On the administrative-territorial structure of the Republic of Tatarstan", the subject of the Russian Federation includes the following administrative-territorial units:
14 cities of republican significance
The territory of the city of republican significance Kazan consists of city districts. The complete list of administrative-territorial units and settlements of Tatarstan contains the Register of administrative-territorial units and settlements in the Republic of Tatarstan.
Cities of republican significance
Kazan is the capital of the Republic of Tatarstan
Chistopol The cities of republican significance Kazan and Naberezhnye Chelny form municipalities with the status of an urban district that is not part of municipal districts. The rest of the cities of republican significance of Tatarstan are part of the corresponding municipal districts in the status of urban settlements.
See Urban Districts
See Municipal Areas
Districts in the city
Kazan is a city of republican significance in Tatarstan, which is divided into administrative-territorial units - districts:
Sovetsky District Since the end of 2010, the administrations of the following districts have been merged:
Novo-Savinovsky and Aircraft Building
Privolzhsky and Vakhitovsky
Moskovsky and Kirovsky are also territorially subdivided into Naberezhnye Chelny, whose 3 districts are neither administrative-territorial units nor municipalities.
History of the administrative-territorial division of the republic
May 27, 1920 - the Tatar Autonomous Soviet Socialist Republic was formed with a division into 10 cantons: Arsky, Bugulminsky, Buinsky, Laishevsky, Mamadyshsky, Menzelinsky, Sviyazhsky, Spassky, Tetyushsky and Chistopolsky.
1921 - the Agryz, Yelabuga and Chelninsky cantons are created.
1924 - Agryz canton was abolished. 2 districts were formed: Agryz and Bondyuzhsk