Zhuravlevka is a village in the Krasnokutsky district of the Saratov region , the administrative center of the rural settlement Zhuravlevsky municipality .
|Subject of the federation||Saratov region|
|Rural settlement||Zhuravlev Municipality|
|History and Geography|
|Timezone||UTC + 4|
|Population||286  people ( 2010 )|
|Katoykonim||cranes, cranes, cranes|
The village was founded in 1897 . It is located in the eastern part of the region, in the upper reaches of the Liquid Solyanka River (the left tributary of the Yeruslan River ), 15 kilometers from the regional center - the city of Krasny Kut .
The population is about 320 people.
The village has a secondary school, a club, a bathhouse , a post office, a gas station . Near the village ponds Selsky and Ryabsky.
The village is the center of the rural district, which also includes the village of Vladimirovka.
Earlier in the village there was a collective farm “The Way to Communism”.
Population dynamics by years:
|1910 ||1987 ||2002  >|
- National composition
According to the 2002 census, Russians made up 78% of the village population  .
- 2010 All-Russian Population Census. The number and distribution of the population of the Saratov region . Date of treatment July 6, 2014. Archived July 6, 2014.
- N.G. Podkovyrov. List of populated places of the Samara province. Done in 1910 . - Samara: Provincial Printing House, 1910. - S. 324. - 425 p.
- Topographic maps of the USSR M-38 (B) 1: 100000. Saratov and Volgograd regions.
- Koryakov Yu. B. Database “Ethno-Linguistic Composition of Settlements of Russia” .