Fyodorovsky (inhabited locality)

Fyodorovsky (Russian: Фёдоровский; masculine), Fyodorovskaya (Фёдоровская; feminine), or Fyodorovskoye (Фёдоровское; neuter) is the name of several inhabited localities in Russia.

Modern localitiesEdit

Bryansk OblastEdit

As of 2010, one rural locality in Bryansk Oblast bears this name:

Ivanovo OblastEdit

As of 2010, two rural localities in Ivanovo Oblast bear this name:

Kaluga OblastEdit

As of 2010, one rural locality in Kaluga Oblast bears this name:

Khanty-Mansi Autonomous OkrugEdit

As of 2010, one urban locality in Khanty-Mansi Autonomous Okrug bears this name:

Kirov OblastEdit

As of 2010, one rural locality in Kirov Oblast bears this name:

Kostroma OblastEdit

As of 2012, seven rural localities in Kostroma Oblast bear this name:[1]

Leningrad OblastEdit

As of 2010, two rural localities in Leningrad Oblast bear this name:

Moscow OblastEdit

As of 2010, ten rural localities in Moscow Oblast bear this name:

Nizhny Novgorod OblastEdit

As of 2010, three rural localities in Nizhny Novgorod Oblast bear this name:

Novosibirsk OblastEdit

As of 2010, one rural locality in Novosibirsk Oblast bears this name:

Orenburg OblastEdit

As of 2010, one rural locality in Orenburg Oblast bears this name:

Pskov OblastEdit

As of 2010, four rural localities in Pskov Oblast bear this name:

Ryazan OblastEdit

As of 2010, one rural locality in Ryazan Oblast bears this name:

Smolensk OblastEdit

As of 2010, three rural localities in Smolensk Oblast bear this name:

Stavropol KraiEdit

As of 2010, one rural locality in Stavropol Krai bears this name:

Republic of TatarstanEdit

As of 2010, two rural localities in the Republic of Tatarstan bear this name:

Tver OblastEdit

As of 2010, six rural localities in Tver Oblast bear this name:

Vladimir OblastEdit

As of 2010, five rural localities in Vladimir Oblast bear this name:

Vologda OblastEdit

As of 2010, ten rural localities in Vologda Oblast bear this name:

Voronezh OblastEdit

As of 2010, one rural locality in Voronezh Oblast bears this name:

Yaroslavl OblastEdit

As of 2010, seven rural localities in Yaroslavl Oblast bear this name:

Abolished localitiesEdit

ReferencesEdit

NotesEdit

  1. ^ Registry of the Inhabited Localities of Kostroma Oblast
  2. ^ Resolution #511
  3. ^ Resolution #511 was abrogated by Resolution #359 on August 17, 2007; however, the village had not been reinstated, nor is it included into the Registry of Inhabited Localities of Kostroma Oblast.

SourcesEdit

  • Администрация Костромской области. Постановление №133-а от 8 апреля 2014 г. «Об утверждении реестра населённых пунктов Костромской области». Вступил в силу 11 апреля 2014 г. Опубликован: "СП — нормативные документы", №15, 11 апреля 2014 г. (Administration of Kostroma Oblast. Resolution #133-a of April 8, 2014 On the Adoption of the Registry of the Inhabited Localities of Kostroma Oblast. Effective as of April 11, 2014.).
  • Губернатор Костромской области. Постановление №511 от 30 августа 2004 г. «Об исключении из учётных данных некоторых населённых пунктов Костромской области». Вступил в силу со дня подписания. (Governor of Kostroma Oblast. Resolution #511 of August 30, 2004 On Excluding Several Inhabited Localities in Kostroma Oblast from the Data Registries. Effective as of the day of signing.).
  • Губернатор Костромской области. Постановление №359 от 17 августа 2007 г. «О признании утратившими силу некоторых Постановлений Губернатора Костромской области». Вступил в силу со дня официального опубликования. Опубликован: "СП – нормативные документы", #43(103), 29 августа 2007 г. (Governor of Kostroma Oblast. Resolution #359 of August 17, 2007 On Abrogating Several Resolutions of the Governor of Kostroma Oblast. Effective as of the day of official publication.).