346200, Rostov region, village Kashary, Lenina st., 58
Phone number: (86318) 2-11-66.
Kasharskiy District is situated to the north of Rostov region, 260 km away from Rostov-on-Don. To the east it boarders with the Sovetskiy, to the north – with the Chertkovskiy, Verkhnedonskiy and Bokovskiy, to the south – with Milutinskiy and Tarasovskiy, to the west – with Millerovskiy districts of Rostov region.
The district administrative center is village Kashary. The distance to the neighboring region town Millerovo is 50 km, to regional centers of Volgograd – 350 km and Krasnodar – 534 km.
Kasharskiy District was established in 1924. In 1963 it was united with the abolished Kievskiy district, thus becoming one of the regional largest districts. Its territory area is 3142,2 km2. The district is located in the Don land northern part, surrounded by wide steppes and hills. The district population is 30,2 thousand people. The administrative center is rapidly growing village Kashary.
The district main trade is agriculture, basically, winter wheat and sunflower plantations. The district has 28 agricultural co-operatives and about 200 private farms. 34 enterprises are involved in agricultural products processing. 8 enterprises are involved in transportation and engineering.
The village Kashary is connected with Rostov-on-Don, Volgograd, Lugansk and other Russian and Ukrainian towns by bus transportation. The district territory is crossed by the regional motorways “Millerovo – Veshenskaya” and “Kashary – Pervomayskoye – Milutinskaya - Morozovsk”. The last mentioned motorway constitutes a part of the route leading from the highway M-4 “Don” to the republic of Kalmykia and Astrakhan region. The distance from the village Kashary to the federal highway is 50 km.
The distance from the district administrative center to the nearest railway station Millerovo is 50 km, to the Rostov-on-Don river port and airport – 270 km, to the Volgodonsk river port – 350 km, to the Taganrog and Azov seaports – 340 km and 329 km correspondingly.
The district has 35 secondary schools, 40 healthcare institutions, children music school, museum of local lore, 1 district and 38 rural cultural centers and clubs. The central library system unifies the district adult, children libraries, and 25 rural libraries.