Kirov region

  Kirov region is a region in the Russian Federation. It is part of the Volga Federal District. Refers to the Volga-Vyatka economic region. The territory of the region is 120 374 km ². The population is 1 291 684 people. (2017). The urban population is 76.32 % (2017). The administrative center is the city of Kirov. Other major cities of the region are Kirovo-Chepetsk, Slobodskaya, Vyatskie Polyany, Kotelnich. The administrative division of the region includes 39 municipal districts, as well as five cities of regional subordination and one closed administrative-territorial formation of federal subordination — Pervomaisky. The region borders on the east with the Perm Krai and Udmurtia, in the north — with the Republic of Komi and the Arkhangelsk region, in the west — with the Vologda, Kostroma, Nizhny Novgorod regions, in the south — with the republics of Mari El and Tatarstan.  

Kirov region

Kirov is located in the West of the Asian part of Russia (Kirov-Chepetsk, Kirov), 43 kilometers to the North of the city of Kirov. Then we counted 37 tourist attractions. Here are some of the most interesting of them: Alexander garden in Kirov, the Church of Christ the Savior, the assumption Trifonov monastery, Vyatka Transfiguration monastery, Alexander Church.
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The most mysterious battle in our history is the battle between Velikiy Ustyug inhabitants and the inhabitants of the region, and there was this battle in 1418. This battle happened late at night in the ravine, today it is called Razderikhinsky. It tells the legend, Velikiy Ustyug inhabitants went to the aid of people living in Vyatka, at the time they needed the protection of the Tatars. But, unfortunately, there was a fatal error. As a result, they beat each other. In this erroneous battle killed as many as 5 thousand people. One source reports that they are buried on the slopes of a ravine.
Vyatka land was a self-governing territory. The people's Assembly acted as the main governing body. In conditions of remoteness from the main territory of Ancient Russia princely power here, especially after the Mongol-Tatar invasion, did not reach, the territory remained as if "no man's land". As a result, the institution of posadnichestvo as a Republican governing body that opposes princely power, as it was in Novgorod and Pskov, does not arise on Vyatka. To the XV century Supreme Executive power over the entire territory of the Vyatka land concentrated in the hands of the Zemstvo of the Governor. They were elected by the Assembly from among the local boyars.
   
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