Anosovo (Onosovo) is a village in the Smolensk region of Russia , in the Novoduginsky district . It is located in the north-eastern part of the region, 27 km west of Novodugin and 25 km northeast of Kholm-Zhirkovsky . It is part of the Dnieper rural settlement .
Population - 56 inhabitants (1992); 39 inhabitants (2007).
|Subject of the federation||Smolensk region|
|Municipal District||Novoduginsky district|
|History and Geography|
|Center height||223 m|
|Climate type||temperate continental|
|Timezone||UTC + 3|
|Population||39 people ( 2007 )|
|Density||195 people / km²|
|Telephone code||+7 48138|
In the 2nd half of the 19th century, the estate belonged to the father of the famous historian N.I. Kareev , who visited the estate several times and even lived (1919-1920). Here he "spent the summer months and, perhaps, worked especially hard, starting from the student years, reading, making notes, preparing for the master's exam, writing his books, continued to plant trees, sometimes haying and went on solitary walks."  The last time he visited the village was in 1924. After the October Revolution, Anosovo for some time belonged to the niece of N.I. Kareev, Ekaterina Vasilyevna, the daughter of his brother V.I. Kareev, who did a lot for the cultural development of his land and lived out his days here. On December 31, 1925, the Smolensk provincial interdepartmental commission on the eviction of former landowners decided to evict V. I. Kareev and his daughter from the estate "for the lack of merit to the Soviet government." And although at a meeting of the Presidium of the All-Russian Central Executive Committee on March 14, 1927, it was decided "the decision of the Smolensk Provincial Executive Committee to evict the former [his] landowner, Professor Kareyev, was canceled, leaving Mr. Kareyev in place." However, the decision of the center was not implemented: the agricultural peasant artel “Free Labor” was already operating here. 
On August 7, 1915, here in the family of the artist G. S. Vereisky and the daughter of the historian N. I. Kareev Elena Nikolaevna Vereiskaya, the graphic artist O. G. G. was born and lived until 1922.
- Budaev D.I. Anosovo (Onosovo) (unavailable link)
- Dolgova E. A. Social and household outlines of the private life of N. I. Kareev in 1917-1931. Archived February 16, 2012.