Northwestern Krai

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Northwestern Krai of the Russian empire

Northwestern Krai (Russian: Северо-Западный край) was a subdivision (krai) of Russian empire in the territories of the present day Belarus and Lithuania. The center was in Vilna city.

It included six guberniyas:

From 1870 to 1912, Grodno, Vilna, and Kovno Governorates were constituted as the Governor-General of Lithuania.

Northwestern Krai together with the Southwestern Krai formed the Western Krai.

Governors General[edit]

In 1912, Northwestern Krai was abolished.

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References[edit]

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Coordinates: 54°N 26°E / 54°N 26°E / 54; 26