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Timashevsk is a Russian town, the administrative centre of the Timashev District of the Krasnodar Krai.

It has the population of 53 446 people (as of 2013) and its area makes 187

It is located in the Kubano-Priazovsky Lowland, on the Kirpili River, 73 km to the north of Krasnodar. It is a railway junction and a road hub.

History of Timashevsk

It was founded in 1794 as Timashevsky kuren; it was named after kuren ataman Timosh from the Zaporozhian Cossack Army.

From 1842 it was Timashevskaya Village and turned into the town of Timashevsk in 1966.


Timashevsk has food industry, in particular sugar refining industry. There are formula-feed, hempen, brick, and asphalt plants in the town.

In the Timashevsky District they plant wheat, sunflower, sugar beet, corn, hemp, melon, vegetables, and fruit crops. Meat-and-milk cattle breeding and pig-breeding also take place there.

Clay and sand fields are present in the Timashevsk District.

Architecture and Sights

One of the remarkable places of Timashevsk is the operating Svyato-Dukhov (Holy Spirit) Monastery.

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