|Total Area||12.2 sq mi (31.56 km2)|
|Elevation||554.5 ft (169 m)|
|Total Population||116400 (2010)|
|Density (pop.)||3662|pushpin_map=Ukraine/km2 (9484.6/sq mi)|
|Time zone||EET (UTC+2)|
| - Summer (DST)||EEST (UTC+3)|
|Area code||+380 312|
|Sister cities|, Nyíregyháza, Moscow, Orel, Pula, Corvallis, Darmstadt, Košice||Békéscsaba|blank1_name=Sister cities|, Nyíregyháza, Moscow, Orel, Pula, Corvallis, Darmstadt, Košice|| |
Uzhhorod or Uzhgorod ( ; ; ; Slovak: Užhorod; ; , translit. Ungver or Ingver, Polish: Ujgorod) is a city located in western Ukraine, at the border with Slovakia and near the border with Hungary. It is the administrative center of the Zakarpattia Oblast (region), as well as the administrative center of the surrounding Uzhhorodskyi Raion (district) within the oblast. The city itself is also designated as its own separate raion within the oblast.
The city gets its name from the Uzh River, which divides the city into two halves (the old and new sections). Uzh (Уж) means ringed snake (Natrix natrix), and horod (город) is Rusyn for city, coming from Old Slavonic grad (градъ). However, this name is a recent construct, and has been used only since the beginning of the 20th century. Before then, the city was known as Ungvar, also spelled Ongvar, Hungvar, and Unguyvar.
The city's name is spelled Ужгород in Rusyn, Ukrainian and Russian, transliterated "Uzhhorod" from Rusyn and Ukrainian, "Uzhgorod" from Russian. Until the end of the 20th century, the city was known in English as Uzhgorod.
Uzhhorod is located at . Its population in 2004 was 111,300.