South-Western Administrative Okrug

South-Western Administrative Okrug
Юго-Западный административный округ
Administrative okrug


Coat of arms

South-Western Administrative Okrug in Moscow
Coordinates: RU 55°39′N 37°32′E / 55.650°N 37.533°E / 55.650; 37.533Coordinates: RU 55°39′N 37°32′E / 55.650°N 37.533°E / 55.650; 37.533
Country Russia
Federal city Moscow
Districts[1] 12[2]
  Prefect Oleg Volkov
  Total 111.4 km2 (43.0 sq mi)
Population (2010 Census)[3]
  Total 1,362,751

South-Western Administrative Okrug (Russian: Ю́го-За́падный администрати́вный о́круг, Yugo-Zapadny administrativny okrug), or Yugo-Zapadny Administrative Okrug, is one of the twelve high-level territorial divisions (administrative okrugs) of the federal city of Moscow, Russia.[1] As of the 2010 Census, its population was 1,362,751,[3] up from 1,179,211 recorded during the 2002 Census.[2]

Territorial divisions

The administrative okrug comprises the following twelve districts:[2]


Gazprom and the airline Aero Rent have their head offices in the administrative okrug's Cheryomushki District. Head office of RusHydro is in Obruchevsky District.


The Moscow Finnish School, the Japanese School in Moscow, the Swedish School in Moscow, and the main campus of the Scuola Italiana Italo Calvino (Italian school) occupy a single campus in Lomonosovsky District.




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