Krasnodar

[kras-nuh-dahr; Russian kruh-snuh-dahr]
noun
  1. a territory of the Russian Federation in SE Europe. 34,200 sq. mi. (88,578 sq. km).
  2. Formerly Ekaterinodar, Yekaterinodar. a city in and the capital of this territory, on the Kuban River, near the Sea of Azov.
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Contemporary Examples of krasnodar

  • In 2001, Krasnodar formed a partnership with Sochi to build a year-round ski resort in the latter.

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    Putin's Criminal Olympics

    Michael Weiss

    January 27, 2014

  • Floods that swept the South Russian region of Krasnodar over the weekend are the latest disaster to befall the country.

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    Is This Putin’s ‘Katrina Moment?’

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    July 12, 2012


British Dictionary definitions for krasnodar

Krasnodar

noun
  1. an industrial city in SW Russia, on the Kuban River. Pop: 650 000 (2005 est)Former name (until 1920): Yekaterinodar, Ekaterinodar
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