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Rakovník District

Rakovník District
Okres Rakovník
District
Rakovník town
Czech Republic

Municipalities of Rakovník District
Country  Czech Republic
Region Central Bohemian Region
Capital Rakovník
Area
 • Total 346.1 sq mi (896.3 km2)
Population (2007)
 • Total 52,703
 • Density 150/sq mi (59/km2)
Time zone CET (UTC+1)
 • Summer (DST) CEST (UTC+2)

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

Complete list of municipalities

Bdín - Branov - Břežany - Čistá - Děkov - Drahouš - Hořesedly - Hořovičky - Hracholusky - Hřebečníky - Hředle - Hvozd - Chrášťany - Janov - Jesenice - Kalivody - Karlova Ves - Kněževes - Kolešov - Kolešovice - Kounov - Kozojedy - Krakov - Krakovec - Kroučová - Krty - Krupá - Krušovice - Křivoklát - Lašovice - Lišany - Lubná - Lužná - Malinová - Městečko - Milostín - Milý - Mšec - Mšecké Žehrovice - Mutějovice - Nesuchyně - Nezabudice - Nové Strašecí - Nový Dům - Olešná - Oráčov - Panoší Újezd - Pavlíkov - Petrovice - Pochvalov - Přerubenice - Příčina - Přílepy - Pšovlky - Pustověty - Račice - Rakovník - Roztoky - Ruda - Rynholec - Řeřichy - Řevničov - Senec - Senomaty - Skryje - Slabce - Smilovice - Srbeč - Svojetín - Sýkořice - Šanov - Šípy - Švihov - Třeboc - Třtice - Václavy - Velká Buková - Velká Chmelištná - Všesulov - Všetaty - Zavidov - Zbečno - Žďár

Coordinates: 50°06′15″N 13°43′54″E / 50.10417°N 13.73167°E / 50.10417; 13.73167

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