Kielce County - Kielce County - is the largest rural district, set in 1999 in the framework of administrative reform. It is located in the central part of Świętokrzyskie Province and is one-fifth of its surface. It has above-average tourist attractions associated with the exceptional richness of the natural environment and unique cultural heritage.
The seat of the county is the city of Kielce. Within the administrative borders of the county there are: 19 municipalities, including 4 industrial municipalities and 15 rural municipalities, 3 cities, 389 villages, 346 village council offices.
The Kielce District includes the following municipalities:
Commune Bieliny Gmina Bodzentyn Gmina Chęciny Gmina Masłów Gmina Łopuszno Gmina Łagów Powiat Kielecki Commune Daleszyce Commune Chmielnik Commune Górno Gmina Mniów Gmina Miedziana Góra Gmina Morawica Gmina Miedziana Góra Gmina Nowa Słupia Gmina Pierzchnica Gmina Piekoszów Gmina Raków Gmina Sitkówka- Nowiny Gmina Strawczyn Gmina Zagnańsk
County municipality/ Communes act autonomously, guided by mayors elected in direct elections. Have their own councils and budgets. act autonomously, guided by mayors elected in direct elections. Have their own councils and budgets.
District Characteristics: County Seat: Kielce Foreman: Zdzislaw Wrzałka Area: 2,250 km2 Population: about 200,000 Density: 88.5 persons per km2
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