Lakinsk is a town in Sobinsky District of Vladimir Oblast, Russia, situated on the left bank of the Klyazma River, 32 kilometers southwest of Vladimir, the managerial focus of the oblast. The Klyazma River is a waterway in the Moscow, Nizhny Novgorod, Ivanovo and Vladimir Oblasts in Russia, a left tributary of the Oka River. It became out of the town of Undol, which was in indistinguishable territory from the cutting edge town and has been recorded since at any rate the finish of the 15th century. In 1889, a turning and-weaving industrial facility was opened close to the town. You can come here and explore this place.
As the plant built up, the town likewise developed in 1927, Undol was allowed work settlement status and renamed Lakinsky after the nearby party leader. It was conceded town status and renamed Lakinsk in 1969. The urban communities of Gorokhovets, Mendeleyevo, Pavlovsky Posad, Vladimir, Kovrov, Shchyolkovo, Losino-Petrovsky, Noginsk, Orekhovo-Zuyevo, Sobinka and Vyazniki are situated on the shores of the Klyazma River. Inside the structure of managerial divisions, Lakinsk is straightforwardly subordinated to Sobinsky District. As a civil division, the town of Lakinsk is joined inside Sobinsky Municipal District as Lakinsk Urban Settlement.