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Federal district Siberia
region Krasnoyarsk
Rajon Pirowski
head Alexander Rukosuev
Founded 1668
Earlier names Novomangaseiskaya sloboda
population 3007 inhabitants
(as of Oct. 14, 2010)
Height of the center 180  m
Time zone UTC + 7
Telephone code (+7) 39166
Post Code 663120
License Plate 24, 84, 88, 124
OKATO 04 245 825 001
Geographical location
Coordinates 57 ° 32 '  N , 92 ° 24'  E Coordinates: 57 ° 32 '15 "  N , 92 ° 23' 45"  E
Pirovskoye (Russia)
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Situation in Russia
Pirovskoye (Krasnoyarsk Territory)
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Location in the Krasnoyarsk Territory

Pirovskoye ( Russian Пировское ) is a village (selo) in the Krasnoyarsk region in Russia with 3007 inhabitants (as of October 14, 2010).


The place is about 180 km as the crow flies north of the regional administration center Krasnoyarsk in the extreme southeast of the West Siberian lowlands . It is located on the Belaja , a left tributary of the Yenisei tributary Kem .

Pirowskoje is the administrative center of the Rajons Pirowski and seat and only town in the rural community selsowet (selskoje posselenije) Pirowski.


The village was founded in 1668 as one of the early Russian settlements in the region under the name Novomangaseiskaja sloboda (from Russian novo- for "new" and after the city of Mangaseja ). It was soon given the name Pirovshchina after the boyar's son Alexei Pirow, which over time changed into its current form.

In the 19th century Pirovskoye became the administrative seat of a Volost of the Ujezds Jenisseisk , since April 4, 1924 it has been the center of a raion named after him.

Population development

year Residents
1897 949
1939 2190
1959 2908
1970 3560
1979 3526
1989 4059
2002 3292
2010 3007

Note: census data


The 04K-019 regional road leads to Pirovskoye and branches off from 04K-044 ( Jenisseiski trakt, formerly R409) about 60 km east of the village of Galanino on the Yenisei, south of the neighboring district center of Kazachinsky , which connects Krasnoyarsk with Yenisisk. Further north, the 04K-013 also runs to the Jenisseisk, just under 100 km away. This leads almost 20 km from Pirovskoye near the village of Troiza past the nearest railway station Pirovskaya of the branch line of the Trans-Siberian Railway from Achinsk to Lessosibirsk .

On the southern edge of the village there is a small airfield ( ICAO code UNIO ) that has been out of service since the 1990s.

Web links

Individual evidence

  1. a b Itogi Vserossijskoj perepisi naselenija 2010 goda. Tom 1. Čislennostʹ i razmeščenie naselenija (Results of the All-Russian Census 2010. Volume 1. Number and distribution of the population). Tables 5 , pp. 12-209; 11 , pp. 312–979 (download from the website of the Federal Service for State Statistics of the Russian Federation)