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[*] posted on 5/15/2005 at 10:00
How many DVORs?


There are four locations with the word DVOR in that I know existed. I am not including locations that used the plural "DVORi" or DVOR as a part of a longer name like DVORETS. Two of these four are listed here. Can any member list the other two?

Found:
Bol'shoi Dvor
Vysokii Dvor
Novyi Dvor
Staryi Dvor

What I failed to say originally was that I am not looking for locations that DVOR as a part of the name with a first adjective like Petrovskii DVOR or those with the plural DVORY. Sorry for the confusion.

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Vysokii Dvor
Novyi Dvor

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=====Vysokii Dvor

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[*] posted on 5/15/2005 at 10:01


======Novyi Dvor

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[*] posted on 5/17/2005 at 01:38


There is a list of ALL places, where was a post station, and includes the word "DVOR":
Bol'shoi Dvor - Novgorod Gub.
Vysokii Dvor - Vilno Gub.
Fedorov Dvor - Tver Gub.
Konstantinov Dvor - Vilno Gub.
Menovoi Dvor - Orenburg Gub.
Novyi Dvor - Grodno Gub.
Novyi Dvor - Warsaw Gub.
Staryi Dvor - Vladimir Gub.
Staryi Dvor - Vilno Gub.
Possible, there were more places, but without post branches.
Note, that "Vysokii Dvor" is translation of Lithuanian place name "Aukstadvaris", existing up today
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