Synonyms for saint_petersburg_governorate or Related words with saint_petersburg_governorate

separate_novgorod_governorate              ingermanland_governorate              novgorod_governorate              pskov_governorate              vologda_governorate              uyezd              ustyuzhensky_uyezd              archangelgorod_governorate              smolensk_governorate              ingermanlandia_governorate              vitebsk_governorate              tosnensky_districts              starorussky_uyezd              novgorod_viceroyalty              kherson_governorate              olonets_governorate              tver_governorate              kazan_governorate              vyborg_governorate              erivan_governorate              odessa_oblast              vologda_viceroyalty              leningrad_oblast              irkutsk_governorate              vilna_governorate              opochka              kiev_governorate              arkhangelsk_governorate              pskov_viceroyalty              okruha              volost              guberniya              tiflis_governorate              mogilev_governorate              uyezds              kalinin_oblast              voronezh_governorate              tver_viceroyalty              volhynian_governorate              novorossiysk_governorate              alexandrovsky_uyezd              lodeynoye_pole              ledengskoye              chernigov_governorate              arkhangelsk_viceroyalty              bezhetsky              arbuzynka_raion              volkhovsky              okruhas              azov_governorate             



Examples of "saint_petersburg_governorate"
Olga Mikhailovna Ignatieva (October 16, 1920, Saint Petersburg Governorate, Russia – 1999) was a Soviet chess player.
The reform also reshuffled some territories. Narva Province was transferred from Saint Petersburg Governorate to Revel Governorate; Solikamsk and Vyatka Provinces were transferred from Siberia Governorate to Kazan Governorate; and Uglich and Yaroslavl Provinces were transferred from Saint Petersburg Governorate to Moscow Governorate. In addition, Belgorod, Oryol, and Sevsk Provinces of Kiev Governorate were reconstituted as Belgorod Governorate; and Belozersk, Novgorod, Pskov, Tver, and Velikiye Luki Provinces of Saint Petersburg Governorate were reconstituted as Novgorod Governorate.
On December 11, 1781 Olonets Oblast and Novoladozhsky Uyezd of Novgorod Oblast were transferred from Novgorod Viceroyalty to Saint Petersburg Governorate.
Frentz was born on 23 July 1888 in Marienburg, a suburb of Saint Petersburg, in the Saint Petersburg Governorate of the Russian Empire.
Estonians inhabiting the Saint Petersburg Governorate reached 64,116 (12,238 of them in Saint Petersburg itself); by 1926 it had increased to 66,333 (15,847 of them in Leningrad).
Count Nikolai Nikitich Demidov (9 October / November 1773, Chirkovitsy, Saint Petersburg Governorate – 22 April 1828, Florence) was a Russian industrialist, collector and arts patron of the Demidov family.
Eduard Wiiralt (real name, Eduard Viiralt; March 20, 1898, Saint Petersburg Governorate – January 8, 1954, Paris) was a well-known Estonian graphic artist.
Viktor Alekseyevich Bobrov (Russian: Виктор Алексеевич Бобров; 1842, Gatobuzhi, Saint Petersburg Governorate - 1918, Saint Petersburg) was a Russian watercolorist in the Academic style.
Matti Kurikka (January 24, 1863 Tuutari, Saint Petersburg Governorate, historical Ingria – October 4, 1915 Westerly, Rhode Island, United States) was a Finnish journalist, theosophist, and utopian socialist.
The settlement was founded in the beginning of the 20th century to serve the railway station. It was a part of Saint Petersburgsky Uyezd of Saint Petersburg Governorate. In 1914, Saint Peterburgsky Uyezd was renamed Petrogradsky Uyezd. On February 14, 1923 Shlisselburgsky Uyezd was merged into Petrogradsky Uyezd. In January, 1924 the uyezd was renamed Leningradsky. Saint Petersburg Governorate was twice renamed, to Petrograd Governorate and subsequently to Leningrad Governorate.
On 11 November 1777 Gdovsky and Luzhsky Uyezds were transferred to Saint Petersburg Governorate, and on 7 June 1782 Pechorsky Uyezd, with the administrative center in Pechory, was established by splitting Pskovsky Uyezd.
Saint Petersburg Governorate (, "Sankt-Peterburgskaya guberniya"), or Government of Saint Petersburg, was an administrative division (a "guberniya") of the Tsardom of Russia, the Russian Empire, and the Russian SFSR, which existed in 1708–1927.
After the war the bastions were renovated. Narva remained in the list of Russian fortifications until 1863, though there was no real military need for it. During Russian rule Narva formed part of the Saint Petersburg Governorate.
Otto Heinze VR I/2, VR II/3 (March 11, 1877, Kotly, Saint Petersburg Governorate – June 8, 1968, Bad Windsheim, Germany) was an Estonian military commander during the Estonian War of Independence.
Druzhnaya Gorka was founded in 1801 as a settlement serving the glass-making factory. It belonged to Tsarskoselsky Uyezd of Saint Petersburg Governorate (renamed in 1913 Petrograd Governorate and in 1924 Leningrad Governorate).
Pierre Vladimiroff, or Pyotr Nikolayevich Vladimirov (; born February 13, 1893 in Gatchina, Saint Petersburg Governorate, Russian Empire – died November 25, 1970 in New York City, United States), was a Russian dancer and teacher.
In the 19th century, the area was a part of Shlisselburgsky Uyezd of Saint Petersburg Governorate. On February 14, 1923, Shlisselburgsky Uyezd was merged into Petrogradsky Uyezd. In January 1924, the uyezd was renamed Leningradsky.
Apollinary Gilyarievich Goravsky, also seen as Horawski (Belarusian: Апалінарый Гіляравіч Гараўскі, Russian: Аполлинарий Гиляриевич Горавский; 23 January 1833, Uborky, Minsk Governorate - 28 March 1900, Kirilovich, Saint Petersburg Governorate) was a Belarusian painter.
In the course of the administrative reform carried out in 1708 by Peter the Great, the area was included into Ingermanland Governorate (known since 1710 as Saint Petersburg Governorate) as Ladozhsky Uyezd with the center in Staraya Ladoga. In 1727, separate Novgorod Governorate was split off, and the uyezd was transformed into Novoladozhsky Uyezd, and the administrative center was moved to Novaya Ladoga. In 1776, the area was transferred to Novgorod Viceroyalty, and in 1781, it was moved back into Saint Petersburg Governorate. On December 9, 1922 the administrative center of the uyezd was moved to the selo of Gostinopolye, which was renamed Volkhov and was granted town status. The uyezd was renamed Volkhovsky. In 1924 the changes were rolled back, the administrative center moved to Novaya Ladoga, and Volkhov was demoted to a selo (eventually renamed Gostinopolye). The name of the uyezd remained Volkhovsky. Saint Petersburg Governorate was twice renamed, to Petrograd Governorate and subsequently to Leningrad Governorate.
In the course of the administrative reform carried out in 1708 by Peter the Great, the area was included into Ingermanland Governorate (known since 1710 as Saint Petersburg Governorate) as Ladozhsky Uyezd with the center in Staraya Ladoga. In 1727, separate Novgorod Governorate was split off, the uyezd was transformed into Novoladozhsky Uyezd, and the administrative center was moved to Novaya Ladoga. In 1776, the area was transferred to Novgorod Viceroyalty, and in 1781, it was moved back into Saint Petersburg Governorate. On December 9, 1922 the administrative center of the uyezd was moved to the selo of Gostinopolye, which was renamed Volkhov and was granted town status. The uyezd was renamed Volkhovsky. In 1924 the changes were rolled back, the administrative center moved to Novaya Ladoga, and Volkhov was demoted to a selo (eventually renamed Gostinopolye). The name of the uyezd remained Volkhovsky. Saint Petersburg Governorate was twice renamed, to Petrograd Governorate and subsequently to Leningrad Governorate.