Kovrov is a city in Vladimir Oblast, Russia, situated on the correct bank of the Klyazma River a tributary of the Oka. Kovrov's populace as of the 2010 Census was 145,214; down from 155,499 recorded in the 2002 Census, regarding populace, it is the second-biggest city in Vladimir Oblast after Vladimir. In 1977, Kovrov's populace had been assessed at 140,000. Eclipsed by the neighboring Starodub-on-the-Klyazma since the 12th century, Kovrov was in the end conceded town status in 1778. On July 13, 1978, the city's 200th commemoration, Kovrov was finished with the Order of the Red Banner of Labor.
Inside the system of managerial divisions, Kovrov fills in as the regulatory focus of Kovrovsky District, despite the fact that it's anything but a piece of it. As an authoritative division, it is fused independently as the City of Kovrov, a regulatory unit with the status equivalent to that of the districts. As a city division, the City of Kovrov is joined as Kovrov Urban Okrug. Kovrov is a noteworthy focal point of Russia's guard industry, gaining practical experience in mechanical designing, metal handling, material and light industry, and building industry.