Places to visit in Tambov Oblast
Kotovsk is a town in Tambov Oblast, Russia, situated on the Tsna River 13 kilometers south of Tambov. Kotovsk was established before World War I under the activity of Tsar Nicholas II as a settlement for laborers who were occupied with the development of the black powder industrial facility appointed in 1912. Initially, it was called Porokhovoy Zavod. It was later turned renamed Krasny Boyevik on the grounds that it was utilized by the Bolsheviks as a lodgement for the foundation of the Soviet government in the region.
In 1940, it was conceded town status and renamed Kotovsk after Grigory Kotovsky 1881– 1925, who had stifled an enemy of Soviet laborer disobedience in Tambov Governorate in 1921. Inside the structure of regulatory divisions, it is joined as the town of oblast hugeness of Kotovsk, an authoritative unit with the status equivalent to that of the districts. As a city division, the town of oblast importance of Kotovsk is consolidated as Kotovsk Urban Okrug.