Sobinka is a town and the managerial focal point of Sobinsky District in Vladimir Oblast, Russia, situated on the correct bank of the Klyazma River Oka's tributary, 37 kilometers southwest of Vladimir, the regulatory focal point of the oblast. The Klyazma River is a stream in the Moscow, Nizhny Novgorod, Ivanovo and Vladimir Oblasts in Russia, a left tributary of the Oka River. It was called Komavangard for a brief period in the 1920s. Inside the system of managerial divisions, Sobinka fills in as the regulatory focus of Sobinsky District, to which it is specifically subordinated. It is one of the great place.
As a civil division, the town of Sobinka is consolidated inside Sobinsky Municipal District as Sobinka Urban Settlement. Among the essential occasions of the after war time frame was the charging of another weaving industrial facility 1955, which gave an expansion in the generation of material by multiple times today it is Ltd "Sobinsk Textile", which experienced incredible monetary challenges during the 1990s, a part of the Gorodishchensky completing processing plant, delivering cotton textures and cloth. Amid this period, an article of clothing processing plant in the southeastern piece of the city likewise shows up, close which another microdistrict has grown up.