Stavropol'
geographical name 1. territory S Russia in Europe N of the Caucasus area 31,120 square miles (80,600 square kilometers), population 2,536,000 2. city, its capital population 332,000 3. — see Tol'yatti

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  • Stavropol — [stäv′rō̂ pō̂l΄y ] city in Russia, in the N Caucasus: pop. 342,000 …   English World dictionary

  • Stavropol — Infobox Russian city EnglishName=Stavropol RussianName=Ставрополь Skyline SkylineLegend LatDeg=45 LatMin=03 LatSec LonDeg=41 LonMin=59 LonSec LocatorMap LocatorMapLegend CityDay FederalSubject=Stavropol Krai MunStatus=Urban okrug InJurisdictionOf …   Wikipedia

  • Stavropol — Pour la ville russe anciennement appelée Stavropol sur Volga, voir Togliatti. Stavropol Ставрополь …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Stávropol — Ставрополь Stávropol Bandera …   Wikipedia Español

  • Stavropol — /stav roh peuhl/; Russ. /stah vrddeuh peuhl/, n. 1. a territory of the Russian Federation in Europe, N of the Caucasus. 2,306,000; 29,600 sq. mi. (76,960 sq. km). 2. the capital of this territory. 306,000. 3. former name of Tolyatti. * * * ▪… …   Universalium

  • Stavropol' — Original name in latin Stavropol’ Name in other language Stavropol, Stavropol , Stavropol’, Voroshilovsk, Ставрополь State code RU Continent/City Europe/Moscow longitude 45.0428 latitude 41.9734 altitude 575 Population 363064 Date 2012 01 17 …   Cities with a population over 1000 database

  • Stavropol — noun A city, administrative centre of Stavropol krai of Russia …   Wiktionary

  • Stavropol’ — Sp Stãvropolis Ap Ставрополь/Stavropol’ Sp Vorošilovskas Ap Ворошиловск L RF kr. centras …   Pasaulio vietovardžiai. Internetinė duomenų bazė

  • Stavropol´ — ► Territorio del SO de Rusia, al N del Cáucaso; 80 600 km2 y 2 715 000 h. Cap., la c. homónima (328 500 h). Bosques. Agricultura. Ganado vacuno y lanar. Gas natural y petróleo. Ind. agropecuaria …   Enciclopedia Universal

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