Central Administrative District, or Tsentralny Administrative Okrug (Центральный административный округ), is an administrative okrug of Moscow within the Kamer-Kollezhny Bank. Area: ca. 66 square km, population (2002 census): 701,353. The okrug, governed by the prefecture, encompasses eleven districts:
Coat of arms
The Borovitskiy hill
, from which the colonization of Moscow began, is depicted under Yury Dolgoruky. The purple background symbolizes the supreme power of Russia, concentrated in Central Administrative Okrug. The gold unicorn
was a traditional symbol of Russian tsars
. Below him an ancient Kremlin
white-stone wall is featured.