Krasnodar (Q3646)

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city in the south of Russia
  • Yekaterinodar
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Krasnodar
city in the south of Russia
  • Yekaterinodar

Statements

Екатеринодар (Russian)
1793
6 December 1920Gregorian
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Краснодар (Russian)
7 December 1920Gregorian
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Кацярынадар (Belarusian (Taraškievica orthography))
1793
6 December 1920Gregorian
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Краснодар (Russian)
26 December 1991
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15 October 2016
25 December 1991
30 December 1922Gregorian
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29 December 1922Gregorian
25 October 1917Julian
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24 October 1917Julian
2 March 1917Julian
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1 March 1917Julian
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8 February 1860Julian
1918
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15 October 2016
30 May 1918Gregorian
6 July 1918Gregorian
7 July 1918Gregorian
16 August 1918Gregorian
2 June 1924Gregorian
30 July 1930
29 March 1920Gregorian
13 February 1924Gregorian
1869
2 June 1924Gregorian
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15 October 2016
13 September 1937
19 July 2003
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29 March 1920Gregorian
12 February 1924Gregorian
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8 February 1860Julian
12 April 1918Gregorian
2 June 1924Gregorian
30 July 1930
13 February 1924Gregorian
1 June 1924Gregorian
31 July 1930
9 January 1934
10 January 1934
12 September 1937
13 April 1918Gregorian
29 May 1918Gregorian
30 May 1918Gregorian
6 July 1918Gregorian
7 July 1918Gregorian
16 August 1918Gregorian
45°2'N, 38°59'E
45°2'41.42"N, 38°58'33.71"E
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339.31 square kilometre
350000–350921
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Krasnodar banner.jpg
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Krasnodar
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