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    Leningradskaya

Leningradskaya (former Umansky) is a stanitsa (large Cossack village) in the north of Krasnodar Krai, the administrative center of the Leningrad District, and its largest settlement.

It has the population of 36940 people (as of 2010).

The settlement stands on the banks of the Sosyka River (an inflow of River Eya).

Leningradskaya Stanitsa has the Umanskaya railway station on the Starominskaya Sosyka-Rostovsky line. Since 1998 the portion of line from the Umanskaya station to the Sosyka-Rostovsky station has been dismantled. Since that time the passenger service has been stopped. Presently only freight transportation is carried out between the stations Starominskaya-Eyskaya and Umanskaya.



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Leningradskaya
  (Krasnodar Territory)

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