On December7, 1920, as a result of the October Revolution, Yekaterinodar was renamed Krasnodar (Gift of the Reds). The new name consists of Krasno- (Красно- – 'red', i.e. Communist, but also archaic/poetic form of 'beautiful'); and dar (дар – 'gift').
The city originated in 1793 as a military camp, then as a fortress built by the Cossacks to defend imperial borders and to assert Russian dominion over Circassia, a claim which Ottoman Turkey contested. In the first half of the 19th century, Yekaterinodar grew into a busy center of the Kuban Cossacks, gaining official town status in 1867. By 1888 about 45,000 people lived in the city, which had become a vital trade center for southern Russia. In 1897 an obelisk commemorating the two-hundred-year history of the Kuban Cossacks (seen as founded in 1696) was erected in Yekaterinodar.
ISTANBUL, Turkey (AP) — A firefighting plane from Russia crashed Saturday in a mountainous area in southern Turkey, killing the eight crew members and emergency workers aboard, Russia’s Defense Ministry said ... On the north side of the Black Sea, Russian authorities in the Krasnodar region evacuated 1,500 people due to flooding ... WorldNews. __ ... .
KRASNODAR (UrduPoint News / Sputnik - 02nd July, 2021) A reserve lieutenant was sentenced in to eight years in prison on charges of espionage in the Krasnodar region, the regional court said on Friday.
Prior to Chelsea’s Champions League tie against Krasnodar on Tuesday night, three of the Russian outfit’s players decided against taking the knee before kick-off ...UEFA haven’t stated that teams must do this before kick-off, which was clear as three of the Krasnodar starting eleven refused to do so.
In the 76th minute of tonight’s Champions League tie between Chelsea and Krasnodar, TammyAbraham was presented with a glorious chance to score against the Russian outfit. TimoWerner held off one Krasnodar player before turning another inside and out as he charged into the box, the German then drilled a ball across the face of an empty goal.