Permyakia or Autonomous district of the Komi-Permyaks (Russian: Коми-Пермяцкий автономный округ) is the administrative subdivision for Komi-Permyaks within Perm Oblast of the Russian Federation. Administrative center: Kudymkar. Area: 32,770 km². Location: foothills of Ural mountains, upper basin of Kama River. Date of establishemt: February 26, 1925. Population: 136,000 (2002 census).
Other notable settlements: townlet Pozhva (Пожва).
Permyakia Autonomous District consists of the following districts (Russian: районы):
- Censored page (Гайнский)
- Kochevsky (Кочевский)
- Kosinsky (Косинский)
- Kudymkarsky (Кудымкарский)
- Yurlinsky (Юрлинский)
- Yusvensky (Юсьвенский)