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Administrative divisions of Russia in 1744-1764

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

Subdivisions (as of 1763)

  • Archangelgorod Governorate (Архангелогородская губерния)
    • subdivided into 4 provinces:
      • Archangelgorod Province (Архангелогородская провинция)
      • Galich Province (Галицкая провинция)
      • Ustyug Province (Устюжская провинция)
      • Vologda Province (Вологодская провинция)
  • Astrakhan Governorate (Астраханская губерния)
    • was considered subdivided into 1 province
  • Belgorod Governorate (Белгородская губерния)
    • subdivided into 3 provinces:
      • Belgorod Province (Белгородская провинция)
      • Oryol Province (Орловская провинция)
      • Sevsk Province (Севская провинция)
  • Kazan Governorate (Казанская губерния)
    • subdivided into 6 provinces:
      • Kazan Province (Казанская провинция)
      • Penza Province (Пензенская провинция)
      • Simbirsk Province (Симбирская провинция)
      • Solikamsk Province (Соликамская провинция)
      • Sviyazhsk Province (Свияжская провинция)
      • Vyatka Province (Вятская провинция)
  • Kiev Governorate (Киевская губерния)
    • was considered subdivided into 1 province (with 12 regiments in Little Russia)
  • Moscow Governorate (Московская губерния)
    • subdivided into 11 provinces:
      • Kaluga Province (Калужская провинция)
      • Kostroma Province (Костромская провинция)
      • Moscow Province (Московская провинция)
      • Pereyaslavl-Ryazan Province (Переяславль-Рязанская провинция)
      • Pereyaslavl-Zalessk Province (Переяславско-Залесская провинция)
      • Suzdal Province (Суздальская провинция)
      • Tula Province (Тульская провинция)
      • Uglich Province (Угличская провинция)
      • Vladimir Province (Владимирская провинция)
      • Yaroslavl Province (Ярославская провинция)
      • Yuryev Province (Юрьевская провинция)
  • Nizhny Novgorod Governorate (Нижегородская губерния)
    • subdivided into 3 provinces:
      • Alatyr Province (Алатырская провинция)
      • Arzamas Province (Арзамасская провинция)
      • Nizhny Novgorod Province (Нижегородская провинция)
  • Novgorod Governorate (Новгородская губерния)
    • subdivided into 5 provinces:
      • Belozersk Province (Белозерская провинция)
      • Novgorod Province (Новгородская провинция)
      • Pskov Province (Псковская провинция)
      • Tver Province (Тверская провинция)
      • Velikiye Luki Province (Великолуцкая провинция)
  • Orenburg Governorate (Оренбургская губерния)
    • subdivided into 4 provinces:
      • Iset Province (Исетская провинция)
      • Orenburg Province (Оренбургская провинция)
      • Stavropol Province (Ставропольская провинция)
      • Ufa Province (Уфимская провинция)
  • Revel Governorate (Ревельская губерния)
    • was considered subdivided into 1 province (Estland)
  • Riga Governorate (Рижская губерния)
    • was considered subdivided into 1 province
  • St. Petersburg Governorate (Санкт-Петербургская губерния)
    • was considered subdivided into 1 province
  • Siberian Governorate (Сибирская губерния)
    • subdivided into 3 provinces:
      • Irkutsk Province (Иркутская провинция)
      • Tobolsk Province (Тобольская провинция)
      • Yenisei Province (Енисейская провинция)
  • Smolensk Governorate (Смоленская губерния)
    • was considered subdivided into 1 province
  • Voronezh Governorate (Воронежская губерния)
    • subdivided into 5 provinces:
      • Bakhmut Province (Бахмутская провинция)
      • Shatsk Province (Шацкая провинция)
      • Tambov Province (Тамбовская провинция)
      • Voronezh Province (Воронежская провинция)
      • Yeletsk Province (Елецкая провинция)
  • Vyborg Governorate (Выборгская губерния)
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