guberniya


guberniya

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  • Guberniya — ( ru. губерния, IPA ru|guˈbʲɛrnʲɪjə) (also gubernia, guberniia, gubernya) was a major administrative subdivision of Imperial Russia, usually translated as government , governorate , or province . A guberniya was ruled by a governor or ( ru.… …   Wikipedia

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  • guberniya — /gooh ber nee euh/; Russ. /gooh byerdd nyi yeuh/, n. 1. (in the Soviet Union) an administrative division of the volosts, smaller than a district. 2. (in Russia before 1917) an administrative division equivalent to the province. [ < Russ gubérniya …   Universalium

  • Guberniya — Goubernia Goubernia, ou gouvernement (en russe : губерния), est une entité territoriale de la Russie impériale. Le chef de la goubernia [1] fut un gouverneur (en russe : губернатор, goubernator). Cette subdivision fut créée par l oukaze …   Wikipédia en Français

  • guberniya — gu·ber·ni·ya …   English syllables

  • Pale of Settlement — Map showing the Pale of Settlement and Congress Poland with the percentages of Jewish population (circa 1905). The Pale of Settlement (Russian: Черта оседлости, chertá osédlosti, Yiddish …   Wikipedia

  • Zona de Asentamiento — La Zona de Residencia (En ruso Черта оседлости, cherta osedlosti) fue la región fronteriza occidental del Imperio ruso en la que el asentamiento de judíos estaba permitida, extendiéndose la jurisdicción de la zona a lo largo de la frontera con… …   Wikipedia Español

  • Kherson Governorate — Херсонская губерния Херсонська губернія A historic map by cartographer Yuly Shokalsky. Capital city Nikolayev (1802 1803) Kherson (1803 1922) Area 70,600 km² (1920) …   Wikipedia

  • Kiev Governorate — (pre reform Russian: ru. Кіевская губернія), or Government of Kiev, was an administrative unit ( guberniya ) of the Russian Empire.Kiev Governorate was established in 1708 and renamed a namestnichestvo (viceroyalty) in 1781. The Governorate was… …   Wikipedia

  • Sevsk — ( ru. Севск) is a town in Bryansk Oblast, Russia, located on the Sev River (Dnieper s basin), 142 km away from Bryansk. Population: 7,660 (2002 Census).HistoryOne of the original Severian towns, Sevsk is known to have been a part of the… …   Wikipedia


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