Krasnodar

kray (region), southwestern Russia, extending northward from the crest line of the Caucasus Mountains across the plains east of the Black Sea and the ...
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Krasnodar

city and administrative centre of Krasnodar kray (region), southwestern Russia, lying along the Kuban River. Founded about 1793 as a Cossack ...
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Krasnodar

Krasnodar (krus"nudär') , city (1989 pop. 621,000), capital of Krasnodar Territory, SE European Russia, on the Kuban River. A river port and railroad junction, it has petroleum refineries and machinery, metalworking, textile, chemical, and food-processing plants. Founded in 1794 by Zapo...
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Krasnodar

(city) Capital ci ty, economic and cultural centre of Krasnodar krai (territory), Russian Federation; population (1996 est) 648,000. The city stands on the River Kuban, 250 km/155 mi south of Rostov-on-Don, in the centre of a highly fertile agricultural region. Its industries in...
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Krasnodar

(territory) Krai (territory) in the southwestern Russian Federation; area 83,600 sq km/32,278 sq mi; population (1996) 5,044,000 (54% urban). The capital is Krasnodar, and Armavir, Novorossiysk, Maikop, and Sochi are other cities. The territory is in northwestern Caucasia, adja...
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