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Ignalina district

Ignalina District Municipality
Ignalinos rajono savivaldybė
Municipality

Coat of arms

Location of Ignalina district municipality within Lithuania

Coordinates: 55°20′52″N 26°14′27″E / 55.34778°N 26.24083°E / 55.34778; 26.24083Coordinates: 55°20′52″N 26°14′27″E / 55.34778°N 26.24083°E / 55.34778; 26.24083

Country  Lithuania
Ethnographic region Aukštaitija
County Capital Ignalina
Elderships 12
Government
 • Mayor Bronis Ropė
 • Ruling party Union of Farmers' Party and New Democracy Party
 • Council size 25 members
Area
 • Total 1,447 km2 (559 sq mi)
Area rank 18-19th
Population (2001 census)
 • Total 23,000
 • Rank 51st
 • Density 16/km2 (41/sq mi)
 • Density rank 59th
Time zone EET (UTC+2)
 • Summer (DST) EEST (UTC+3)
Telephone code 386
Major settlements
  • Ignalina (pop. 6,591)
  • Didžiasalis (pop. 1,744)
  • Vidiškiai (pop. 1,084)
  • Dūkštas (pop. 1,070)
Website

Ignalina District Municipality is one of 60 municipalities in Lithuania.[1]

Structure

District structure:

Largest population (2001):

  • Ignalina – 6591
  • Didžiasalis – 1744
  • Vidiškės – 1084
  • Dūkštas – 1070
  • Kazitiškis – 383
  • Strigailiškis – 334
  • Naujasis Daugėliškis – 313
  • Kaniūkai – 307
  • Mielagėnai – 286
  • Rimšė – 274

Nature and geography

References

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