Bolshiye Kaybitsy

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Bolshiye Kaybitsy (tat. Ola Kaybych, Olı Qaybıç) is a village in the Republic of Tartarstan in Russia. It is the administrative center of Kaybitsky District in Tatarstan.


Bolshiye Kaybitsy is located in southwestern Tatarstan, 110 km from Kazan.[1] The village spans both banks of the river Birla River, a tributary of the Sviyaga River.


Beneath is the population of Bolshiye Kaybitsy in several different years:

  • 1989 - 942
  • 1997 - 1409[2]
  • 2010 - 1600[3]


The village was established in the time of the Khanate of Kazan.

Until 1920, village was in the lyankovskuyu Sviazhsky District of Kazan Province. The area underwent several administrative changes until the Kaybitsky District was established on April 19, 1991.

In 2005 and 2006, a road bypassing Bolshiye Kaybitsy was built, decreasing traffic through the village. Bus transportation to Kazan and the Zelenodolsk Kulanga station from Bolshiye Kaybitsy is, however, still possible.


  1. ^ Yandex Map
  2. ^ Татарский энциклопедический словарь/ Под. ред. М. Х. Хасанова. — Казань: Институт татарской энциклопедии АН РТ, 1998. — 703 с.
  3. ^ Tatstat Archived March 1, 2013, at the Wayback Machine.

Coordinates: 55°24′05″N 48°11′00″E / 55.4014°N 48.1833°E / 55.4014; 48.1833