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Yablonovsky is a Russian township in the Takhtamukaisk District of the Adygea Republic.

It has the population of 27 792 people (2013).

The town is located on the left bank of Kuban, in front of Krasnodar, 3 km away from the city. There is a highway and a railway bridge over River Kuban.

In 1888, the senior notary of Yekaterinodar town Feodosiy Yablonsky sold two large land parcels located near the railroad. Those who built houses on these sites started to call themselves Yablonovtsy.

In 1926 Yablonovsky Village got its first elementary school. A new school building was constructed by volunteers in 1929. 96 pupils studied at Yablonovsky school in 1930.

The Adygei canning combine was constructed in 1931. The revolutionary Stepan Zayema was its first director.

In 1926 the farm dwellers started building a dam, and in April, 1940 took an active part in construction of the Shapsug Reservoir.

The Yablonovsky farm was merged with some other villages and became the industrial township of Yablonovsky in 1958. Since 1983 the town has been a part of Oktyabrsky District of the Adygei autonomous region of the Krasnodar Territory.

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