The Kuban-Chernomorsky region is an administrative unit within the Russian Soviet Federative Socialist Republic that existed in the Kuban from March 29, 1920 to February 13, 1924 .
|Kuban-Black Sea region|
|A country||the USSR|
|History and geography|
|Date of formation||March 29, 1920|
|Date of Abolition|
|Timezone||MSK ( UTC + 3 )|
The administrative center is the city of Krasnodar .
- The Kuban-Black Sea region with its center in the city of Yekaterinodar was formed on March 29, 1920 . It consisted of 7 departments of the abolished Kuban region : Batalpashinsky , Yeisk , Yekaterinodar , Caucasian , Labinsky , Maykopsky , Taman and the territory of the former Black Sea province .
- On May 11, 1920, the former Black Sea province was transformed into the Black Sea district .
- On November 11, 1920, the Taman department was disaggregated: Temryuk , Timashevsky and Slavic departments were formed from its territory.
- On November 12, 1920, the Labinsky department was renamed the Armavir department.
- On December 7, 1920, the Ekaterinodar Division was renamed the Krasnodar Department .
- On January 20, 1921, the southern part of the Batalpashi department was added to the newly formed Mountain Autonomous Soviet Socialist Republic as the Karachaevsky district .
- On August 11, 1921, the villages of Bekeshevskaya , Vorovskoleskaya and Suvorovskaya of the Batalpashinsky department were transferred to the Terek region .
- On January 12, 1922, the Karachay-Cherkess Autonomous Region was formed, which included most of the Batalpashi department .
- On February 28, 1922, the rest of the Batalpashi department was annexed to the Armavir department, and the Batalpashi department itself was liquidated.
- May 18, 1922 Temryuk department was annexed to the Slavic .
- On July 27, 1922, on the part of the territories of the Krasnodar and Maykop departments inhabited by Circassians , the Cherkess (Adygea) autonomous region was formed.
- January 15, 1923 Timashevsky department was liquidated. Its territory was divided between the Yeisk , Krasnodar and Slavic departments. At the same time, the Ryazan volost was transferred from Maykop to the Krasnodar department, and the Peter and Paul , Tengin and Temirgoy volosts from Maykop to the Caucasian department .
- On February 13, 1924, the region became part of the Southeast Region along with the Don Region , the Stavropol and Terek Provinces.
As of January 26, 1923, the Kuban-Black Sea region included 6 divisions, divided into volosts:
- Yeisk ;
- Caucasian ;
- Krasnodar ;
- Maykop ;
- and the Black Sea District , divided into 5 districts: Anapa , Gelendzhik , Novorossiysk , Sochi , Tuapse .
- Apostles L. Ya. Kuban-Black Sea Territory: a brief outline of its current state. . - Krasnodar: Type. Culture, 1924. - 54 p.
- The main administrative and territorial transformations in the Kuban (1793-1985) / Comp .: A. S. Azarenkova, I. Yu. Bondar, N. S. Vertysheva. - Krasnodar: Krasnodar book. Publishing House, 1986. - 394 p.