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Kolín District

Kolín District
Okres Kolín
District

Saint George's church, Lošany
Czech Republic
Country  Czech Republic
Region Central Bohemian Region
Capital Kolín
Area
 • Total 287.09 sq mi (743.57 km2)
Population (2007)
 • Total 90,552
 • Density 320/sq mi (122/km2)
Time zone CET (UTC+1)
 • Summer (DST) CEST (UTC+2)

Kolín District (Okres Kolín in Czech) is a district (okres) within Central Bohemian Region (Středočeský kraj) of the Czech Republic. Its capital is city Kolín.

Complete list of municipalities

Barchovice - Bečváry - Bělušice - Břežany I - Břežany II - Býchory - Cerhenice - Církvice - Červené Pečky - Český Brod - Dobřichov - Dolní Chvatliny - Dománovice - Doubravčice - Drahobudice - Grunta - Horní Kruty - Hradešín - Chotutice - Choťovice - Chrášťany - Jestřabí Lhota - Kbel - Klášterní Skalice - Klučov - Kolín - Konárovice - Kořenice - Kouřim - Krakovany - Krupá - Krychnov - Křečhoř - Kšely - Libenice - Libodřice - Lipec - Lošany - Malotice - Masojedy - Mrzky - Nebovidy - Němčice - Nová Ves I - Ohaře - Ovčáry - Pašinka - Pečky - Plaňany - Pňov-Předhradí - Polepy - Polní Chrčice - Polní Voděrady - Poříčany - Přehvozdí - Přistoupim - - Přišimasy - Radim - Radovesnice I - Radovesnice II - Ratboř - Ratenice - Rostoklaty - Skvrňov - Starý Kolín - Svojšice - Tatce - Tismice - Toušice - Třebovle - Tři Dvory - Tuchoraz - Tuklaty - Týnec nad Labem - Uhlířská Lhota - Veletov - Velim - Velký Osek - Veltruby - Vitice - Volárna - Vrátkov - Vrbčany - Zalešany - Zásmuky - Žabonosy - Ždánice - Žehuň - Žiželice

Coordinates: 50°01′41″N 15°12′05″E / 50.02806°N 15.20139°E / 50.02806; 15.20139

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