Synonyms for bezhetsky or Related words with bezhetsky

nelidovsky              velikoluksky              krasnensky              kashinsky              toropetsky              starorussky              vyshnevolotsky              nevelsky              kimrsky              totemsky              vesyegonsky              bologovsky              oleninsky              novorzhevsky              likhoslavlsky              pustoshkinsky              bezhanitsky              penovsky              shenkursky              novgorodsky              opochetsky              rameshkovsky              ostashkovsky              loknyansky              spirovsky              pskovsky              sebezhsky              kunyinsky              selizharovsky              porkhovsky              borovichsky              usvyatsky              cherepovetsky              mezhdurechensky              udomelsky              vashkinsky              gdovsky              kirillovsky              kalininsky              kargopolsky              novotorzhsky              kharovsky              tarnogsky              maksatikhinsky              demyansky              verkhnetoyemsky              plesetsky              moshenskoy              nyuksensky              pinezhsky             



Examples of "bezhetsky"
Bezhetsky Uyezd ("Бежецкий уезд") was one of the subdivisions of the Tver Governorate of the Russian Empire. Its capital was Bezhetsk. Bezhetsky Uyezd was situated in the eastern part of the governorate (in the eastern part of the present-day Tver Oblast). The territory of Bezhetsky Uyezd corresponds to the present-day Bezhetsky District and parts of Maksatikhinsky, Molokovsky, Krasnokholmsky, Sonkovsky, Kesovogorsky, Kashinsky, Rameshkovsky and Likhoslavlsky districts, all of which are part of Tver Oblast.
Within the framework of administrative divisions, Bezhetsk serves as the administrative center of Bezhetsky District. As an administrative division, it is, together with four rural localities, incorporated within Bezhetsky District as Bezhetsk Urban Settlement. As a municipal division, this administrative unit also has urban settlement status and is a part of Bezhetsky Municipal District.
Bormino () is a village in Bezhetsky District of Tver Oblast, Russia.
Potyosy () is a village in Bezhetsky District of Tver Oblast, Russia.
Kulovo () is a village in Bezhetsky District of Tver Oblast, Russia.
Gryada () is a village in Bezhetsky District of Tver Oblast, Russia.
Lyubini () is a rural locality (a village) in Bezhetsky District of Tver Oblast, Russia.
Bezhetsk and Bezhetsky Uyezd were the birthplace of writer Vyacheslav Shishkov, artists Alexander Samokhvalov and Sergey Osipov, and musician Vasily Andreyev.
Since 1924, Maksatikha was the center of Maksatikha Volost of Bezhetsky Uyezd of Tver Governorate, and in 1928, it was granted urban-type settlement status.
In 1859, the village was a part of Bezhetsky Uyezd of Tver Governorate and had a population of 294 (149 males and 145 females) comprising thirty-six households.
On 30 May 1922 three uyezds were abolished. Zubtsovsky Uyezd was merged into Rzhevsky Uyezd, Kalyazinsky Uyezd — into Kashinsky Uyezd, and Korchevskoy Uyezd — into Kimrsky Uyezd.On 3 March 1924 Krasnokholmsky Uyezd was abolished and split between Bezhetsky and Vesyegonsky District, whereas Staritsky Uyezd was abolished and split between Rzhevsky, Novotorzhsky, and Tverskoy Uyezds. On 3 October 1927 Kashinsky Uyezd was abolished and split between Bezhetsky and Kimrsky Uyezds.
On July 12, 1929 the governorates and uyezds were abolished. Bezhetsky District, with the administrative center in the town of Bezhetsk, was established within Bezhetsk Okrug of Moscow Oblast. On July 23, 1930, the okrugs were abolished, and the districts were directly subordinated to the oblast. On January 29, 1935 Kalinin Oblast was established, and Bezhetsky District was transferred to Kalinin Oblast. In 1990, Kalinin Oblast was renamed Tver Oblast.
Another district created on March 5, 1935 was Tebleshsky District with the center in the selo of Kiverichi. On July 4, 1956 it was abolished and split between Goritsky and Bezhetsky Districts.
On January 29, 1935 Tebleshsky District with the administrative center in the selo of Kiverichi was established as a part of Kalinin Oblast. On July 4, 1956 it was abolished and split between Bezhetsky and Goritsky Districts.
1803, it was re-established. On May 30, 1922 Kalyazinsky Uyezd was abolished and merged into Kashinsky Uyezd. On October 3, 1927 Kashinsky Uyezd was abolished and split between Bezhetsky and Kimrsky Uyezds.
Bezhetsk () is a town and the administrative center of Bezhetsky District in Tver Oblast, Russia, located on the Mologa River at its confluence with the Ostrechina River. Population: 29,000 (1967).
The drainage basin of the Volchina is located in the center of Tver Oblast and is split between seven districts: Udomelsky, Vyshnevolotsky, Spirovsky, Likhoslavlsky, Rameshkovsky, Bezhetsky, and Maksatikhinsky. In particular, the area contains a large number of lakes.
The drainage basin of the Tifina includes the southwestern part of Maksatikhinsky District, the northeastern parts of Likhoslavlsky and Spirovsky Districts, as well as minor areas in Bezhetsky, Rameshkovsky, Vyshnevolotsky, and Udomelsky Districts.
In the early 15th century, the area of Bezhetsky Verkh was annexed by Grand Duchy of Moscow. Since 1433, Bezhetsk had its own prince, who was subordinate to the Grand Prince of Moscow.
The drainage basin of the Kashinka includes the central part of Kashinsky District and the southern part of Kesovogorsky District, as well as minor areas in the east of bezhetsky District.