Synonyms for kovzhinsky or Related words with kovzhinsky

andomsky              myaksinsky              charozersky              vadsky              kamiane              porechyevsky              kletnyansky              danowo              lukovnikovsky              torzhsky              prisheksninsky              kurylivka              emilianowo              iznoskovsky              tolmachyovsky              prokhorovsky              pechnikovsky              sulimy              kunyinsky              gulkevichsky              pashsky              rykovsky              vyborsky              palkinsky              khislavichsky              bardymsky              komarichsky              klintsovsky              soniachne              zabelinsky              sakhnovschyna              chapaieve              medynsky              dzikowo              suzemsky              gnaty              votlazhemsky              tarasovsky              voikove              sudsky              sivinsky              przyjezierze              turginovsky              nerchinsko              pochepsky              rognedinsky              karagaysky              yershichsky              julianowo              sholsky             



Examples of "kovzhinsky"
Andomsky, Oshtinsky, and Kovzhinsky Districts were all abolished in the 1950s. On December 12, 1955, Oshtinsky District was divided between Vytegorsky and Borisovo-Sudsky Districts. On October 17, 1957, Andomsky District was merged into Vytegorsky District. In 1959, Kovzhinsky District was split between Vashkinsky and Vytegorsky Districts.
On August 1, 1927, Kovzhinsky District (with the administrative center in the "selo" of Annensky Most) and Sholsky District (with the administrative center in the "selo" of Zubovo) were also established. In 1937, they were transferred from Leningrad Oblast to Vologda Oblast. In 1959, both districts were abolished. The area of Sholsky District was split between Vashkinsky and Belozersky Districts, and the area of Kovzhinsky District was split between Vashkinsky and Vytegorsky Districts.
Between 1927 and 1959 the "selo" of Annensky Most, in the middle stream of the Kovzha, was the administrative center of Kovzhinsky District. The name of the district originated from the name of the river. In 1959, the district was abolished, and its area was split between Vashkinsky and Vytegorsky Districts.
On August 1, 1927, the uyezds in Leningrad Oblast were abolished. On the territory of former Vytegorsky Uyezd four districts were established: Vytegorsky District (with the administrative center in Vytegra), Andomsky District (with the administrative center in the "selo" of Andomsky Pogost), Kovzhinsky District (with the administrative center in the "selo" of Annensky Most), and Oshtinsky District (with the administrative center in the "selo" of Oshta). The four districts were a part of Lodeynoye Pole Okrug of Leningrad Oblast. On September 23, 1937, all four districts were transferred to newly established Vologda Oblast.