Volga Region (Russian: Поволжье, Povolzhye) is a historical region in Russia that encompasses territories adjacent to the flow of the Volga River. Based on that, it is usually classified into the Upper Volga Region, Middle Volga Region (Central Volga Region) and Lower Volga Region.
Another notable distinction is the elevated right bank side featuring the Volga Upland and the left bank side or Trans-Volga Region, Transvolga (Russian: Заволжье, Zavolzhye), which consists of the elevated High Transvolga and the lowland Low Transvolga.
Idel-Ural region is also defined within Povolzhye.
In the modern Russian Federation, the Volga Region is associated with the Volga Federal District and Volga economic region (rather different entities).
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Famous quotes containing the words region and/or volga:
“Alvina felt herself swept ... into a dusky region where men had dark faces and translucent yellow eyes, where all speech was foreign, and life was not her life. It was as if she had fallen from her own world on to another, darker star, where meanings were all changed.”
—D.H. (David Herbert)
“The Volga flows into the Caspian Sea.... Horses eat oats and hay....”
—Anton Pavlovich Chekhov (18601904)