Adyghe Autonomous Oblast
|Adyghe Autonomous Oblast
|Autonomous oblast of the Soviet Union|
|Historical era||20th century|
|•||Established||27 July 1922|
|•||Disestablished||3 July 1991|
|Today part of||Russia|
Cherkess (Adyghe) Autonomous Oblast was established within the Russian SFSR on July 27, 1922 on the territories of Kuban-Black Sea Oblast primarily settled by the Adyghe people. At that time, Krasnodar was the administrative center. It was renamed Adyghe (Cherkess) Autonomous Oblast on August 24, 1922, soon after its creation. On October 24, 1924, it became part of new North Caucasus Krai. It was renamed Adyghe Autonomous Oblast in July 1928. On January 10, 1934, the autonomous oblast became part of new Azov-Black Sea Krai, which was spun off North Caucasus Krai. The city of Maykop and surrounding areas was added to the Adyghe AO and Maykop designated the administrative center of the autonomous oblast in 1936. Adyghe AO became part of Krasnodar Krai when it was established on September 13, 1937.
On April 28, 1962 the district of Tula, Krasnodar Krai, was added to the Adyghe AO and the autonomous region became its present form.
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