Add to favorite
russian visa

Gavrilov-Yam is a Russian town in the Yaroslavl Region. The town stands on River Kotorosl, the influx of Volga, 46 km away from Yaroslavl.

It has a railway station.

The town with the population of 17 579 people (as of 2013) takes the area of 11

History of Gavrilov-Yam

Gavrilov Yam was founded as a village on the lands of the St. Sergius Trinity Monastery, 7 km away from the Rostov and Suzdal road in 1545.

In 1872 the local entrepreneur A.A. Lokalov built a spinning and weaving mill, which became a crucial enterprise for 5 workers settlements developed around it.

Gavrilov-Yam became an industrial township in 1927 and a town in 1938.

Tags: Gavrilov-Yam     



Comment on our site

RSS   twitter      submit

  (Yaroslavl Region)

Cities of the region

    Pereslavl Zalessky

VKontakte  Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Russia  Russian scientists  Gavrila Derzhavin  system of governmental scientific attestation  Beslan  Kudrin   Marianna Verevkina  Vostochny Cosmodrome  Russian Cinema  Russian parliament  Festivals in Saint Petersburg  music  Amur Region  Viruses  Rosa Khutor  Denisova Cave  Alexander Osmerkin  Fyodor Bredikhin  Russian Nature  Exhibitions in Moscow  Adler  Arkhangelsk region  Irkutsk  Mikhail Gorodetsky  Ryazan  Samara  Joseph Stalin  Russian science  Volgograd  British Council  Lacquered Miniature Painting  Russian business  house explosion in Astrakhan  Russian tourism  Pskov Region  Moscow  Tiger And Hills   Events in Moscow  politics  Folk Chorus  Konakovo  Punk  Garbage  Russian journalists  Urals  St. Petersburg  Russian Artist  Pskov  Russian economy 

Travel Blogs
Top Traveling Sites