Simbirsk Governorate

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Simbirsk Governorate
Симбирская губерния
Governorate of the Russian Empire
1796–1928
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Coat of arms
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Map of Simbirsk Governorate.
Capital Simbirsk
History 
 Established
1796
 Disestablished
1928

Simbirsk Governorate (Russian: Симбирская губерния, Simbirskaya guberniya), was an administrative division (a guberniya ) of the Russian Empire an Russian SFSR, which existed from 1796 to 1928. Its administrative center was in the city of Simbirsk, renamed Ulyanovsk in 1924 (likewise Simbirsk Governorate was named Ulyanovsk Governorate).

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    Coordinates: 54°19′00″N48°22′00″E / 54.3167°N 48.3667°E / 54.3167; 48.3667