Novgorod

Novgorod is one of the oldest cities in Russia. It was first mentioned in the manuscripts as early as 859. Novgorod has about 225,000 residents.

Notable Places in the Area

Tourist attraction
The Millennium of Russia is a bronze monument in the Novgorod Kremlin. Photo: Insider, CC BY-SA 3.0.

Tourist attraction
Novgorod Detinets is the citadel of Veliky Novgorod. Photo: EkaterinaKhomichenko, CC BY-SA 4.0.

Church
The Cathedral of St. Sophia in Veliky Novgorod is the cathedral church of the Archbishop of Novgorod and the mother church of the Novgorodian Eparchy. Photo: AleAlexander, CC BY-SA 3.0.

Museum
The Church of the Transfiguration of the Savior is a former Russian Orthodox Church that stands on Ilyina Street in Veliky Novgorod just east of the Marketplace. Photo: Alaexis, CC BY-SA 2.5.

Localities in the Area

Town
is an urban locality in of , , located on the right bank of the Veryazha River, southwest of and immediately adjacent to Veliky Novgorod. Photo: Дар Ветер, CC BY-SA 3.0.

Suburb
, the primary settlement in the area known in Scandinavian sources as Holmgård, was the 9th century predecessor of Veliky Novgorod. Photo: Vash Alex kun, Public domain.

Neighborhood
was the princely compound in the city of Novgorod the Great. Photo: Lite, CC BY-SA 3.0.

Novgorod

Latitude
58.521° or 58° 31' 15.5" north
Longitude
31.2758° or 31° 16' 32.8" east
Open Location Code
9GCHG7CG+98
Population
225,000
IATA airport code
NVR
United Nations Location Code
RU VND
Elevation
35 metres (115 feet)
Open­Street­Map ID
node 27017589
Geo­Names ID
519336
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Also Known As

  • Abkhazian: Велики Новгород
  • Abkhazian: Новгород
  • Afrikaans: Weliki Nowgorod
  • Arabic: Veliky Novgorod
  • Arabic: فيليكي نوفغورود
  • Armenian: Մեծ Նովգորոդ
  • Asturian; Bable: Veliki Nóvgorod
  • Azerbaijani: Veliki Novqorod
  • Bashkir: Бөйөк Новгород
  • Basque: Novgorod
  • Belarusian: Вялікі Ноўгарад
  • Bengali: ভেলিকি ন্যভগরদ
  • Bosnian: Veliki Novgorod
  • Breton: Velikiy Novgorod
  • Bulgarian: Велики Новгород
  • Bulgarian: Новгород
  • Catalan: Nòvgorod
  • Catalan: Nóvgorod
  • Catalan: Veliki Nóvgorod
  • Cebuano: Velikiy Novgorod
  • Chechen: Велики Новгород
  • Chechen: Сийлахь-йоккха Новгород
  • Chinese: Veliky Novgorod
  • Chinese: 大諾夫哥羅德
  • Chinese: 大诺夫哥罗德
  • Church Slavic: Новъ Градъ
  • Church Slavic: Новъградъ
  • Chuvash: Аслă Новгород
  • Chuvash: Новгород
  • Crimean Turkish; Crimean Tatar: Velikiy Novgorod
  • Croatian: Veliki Novgorod
  • Czech: Novgorod
  • Czech: Velikij Novgorod
  • Czech: Veliký Novgorod
  • Czech: Velký Novgorod
  • Danish: Velikij Novgorod
  • Dimli: Veliky Novgorod
  • Dutch: Novgorod
  • Dutch: Veliki Novgorod
  • Eastern Mari: Кугу Новгород
  • English: Great Novgorod
  • English: Nowgorod-Weliki
  • English: Nowgorod
  • English: Veliky Novgorod
  • Erzya: Ине Одош ош
  • Esperanto: Velikij Novgorod
  • Estonian: Veliki Novgorod
  • Finnish: Novgorod
  • Finnish: Veliki Novgorod
  • French: Novgorod
  • Gallegan: Nóvgorod
  • Gallegan: Velikii Novgorod
  • Georgian: დიდი ნოვგოროდი
  • German: Naugard
  • German: Navgard
  • German: Neugarten
  • German: Weliki Nowgorod
  • Greek: Νόβγκοροντ
  • Gujarati: વેલિકી નોવગોરોડ
  • Hebrew: נובגורוד
  • Hindi: वेलीकी नोव्गोरोड
  • Hungarian: Novgorod
  • Hungarian: Velikij Novgorod
  • Icelandic: Hólmgarður
  • Ido: Novgorod
  • Indonesian: Velikiy Novgorod
  • Italian: Holmgard
  • Italian: Novgorod
  • Italian: Velikij Novgorod
  • Japanese: ノヴゴロド
  • Japanese: ヴェリキー・ノヴゴロト
  • Kannada: ವೆಲಿಕ್ಯ್ ನೋವಿಗೊರೊದ್
  • Karelian: Šuuri Novgorodi
  • Kirghiz: Великий Новгород
  • Komi: Ыджыд Вылькар
  • Korean: 벨리키노브고로드
  • Latin: Novogardia Magna
  • Latvian: Veļikijnovgoroda
  • Lithuanian: Naugardas
  • Low German; Low Saxon: Naugard
  • Macedonian: Велики Новгород
  • Malay (generic): Veliky Novgorod
  • Marathi: वेलिकी नॉवगोरोद
  • Min Nan Chinese: Veliky Novgorod
  • Moldavian: Velikii Novgorod
  • Mongolian: Их Новгород
  • Norse, Old: Hólmgarður
  • Norwegian: Novgorod
  • Norwegian: Velikij Novgorod
  • Norwegian Bokmål: Novgorod
  • Norwegian Nynorsk: Novgorod
  • Occitan (post 1500); Provençal: Nòvgorod
  • Ossetian; Ossetic: Стыр Новгород
  • Persian: ولیکی نووگورود
  • Polish: Nowogród Wielki
  • Portuguese: Novogárdia Magna
  • Portuguese: Veliky Novgorod
  • Quechua: Velikiy Novgorod
  • Romanian: Veliki Novgorod
  • Russian: Великий Новгород
  • Russian: Новгород
  • Rusyn: Великый Новгород
  • Scots: Novgorod
  • Scots: Veliky Novgorod
  • Serbian: Велики Новгород
  • Serbo-Croatian: Veliki Novgorod
  • Sinhalese: වෙලිකි නොව්ගොරොඩ්
  • Slovak: Velikij Novgorod
  • Slovenian: Veliki Novgorod
  • Sorbian, Lower: Wjeliki Nowgorod
  • Sorbian, Upper: Wjelikij Nowgorod
  • South Azerbaijani: ولیکی نووقورود
  • Spanish: Novgorod
  • Spanish: Nóvgorod
  • Spanish: Veliki Novgorod
  • Spanish: Veliki Nóvgorod
  • Swahili (generic): Velikiy Novgorod
  • Swedish: Novgorod
  • Swedish: Velikij Novgorod
  • Tagalog: Veliky Novgorod
  • Tamil: வெலிக்கி நோவ்கோரோத் நகரம்
  • Tamil: வெளிக்கி நொவ்கோரோட்
  • Tatar: Бөек Новгород
  • Telugu: వెలికి నోవ్గోరోడ్
  • Thai: เวลิกี นอฟโดรอด
  • Thai: เวลีคีนอฟโกรอด
  • Turkish: Veliki Novgorod
  • Twi: Veliky Novgorod
  • Udmurt: Новгород
  • Ukrainian: Великий Новгород
  • Urdu: ویلیکی نووگورود
  • Uzbek: Novgorod
  • Veps: Sur' Uz'lidn
  • Veps: Uz'lidn
  • Vietnamese: Veliky Novgorod
  • Waray (Philippines): Veliky Novgorod
  • Welsh: Velikiy Novgorod
  • Welsh: Veliky Novgorod
  • Western Panjabi: ویلیکی نووگورد
  • Wolof: Veliky Novgorod
  • Wu Chinese: 大诺夫哥罗德
  • Yue Chinese: 大諾夫哥羅德

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