Administrative divisions of Russia in 1710–1713

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History of the
administrative
division of Russia
1708–1710
1710–1713
1713–1714
1714–1717
1717–1719
1719–1725
1725–1726
1726–1727
1727–1728
1728–1744
1744–1764

Major events[edit]

  • June 14 [O.S. June 3], 1710Ingermanland Governorate was renamed St. Petersburg Governorate after the city of St. Petersburg.
  • October 25 [O.S. October 14], 1710—all governorates were divided into lots (Russian: доли)[1]—a new level of grouping above dvors (courts of knyazes). A "lot" was defined as a unit grouping 5,536 dvors. The process of introducing lots lasted until 1713. As a result, all governorates were subdivided into a total of 146.7 lots.

Subdivisions (as of 1712)[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ С. А. Тархов (2001). "Изменение административно-территориального деления России за последние 300 лет". Электронная версия журнала "География".