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Krymsky (rural locality)

Krymsky (; masculine), Krymskaya (; feminine), or Krymskoye (; neuter) is the name of several rural localities in Russia.

Modern localities
  • Krymsky, Republic of Bashkortostan, a selo in Abdrashitovsky Selsoviet of Alsheyevsky District of the Republic of Bashkortostan
  • Krymsky, Semikarakorsky District, Rostov Oblast, a settlement in Zadono-Kagalnitskoye Rural Settlement of Semikarakorsky District of Rostov Oblast
  • Krymsky, Ust-Donetsky District, Rostov Oblast, a khutor in Krymskoye Rural Settlement of Ust-Donetsky District of Rostov Oblast
  • Krymskoye, Kaliningrad Oblast, a settlement under the administrative jurisdiction of the urban-type settlement of district significance of Zheleznodorozhny in Pravdinsky District, Kaliningrad Oblast
  • Krymskoye, Moscow Oblast, a selo under the administrative jurisdiction of the Town of Kubinka in Odintsovsky District of Moscow Oblast
Renamed localities
  • Krymskaya, name of a stanitsa in Krasnodar Krai until 1953, when it was transformed into a town and renamed Krymsk

Krymsky (masculine), Krymskaya (feminine), or Krymskoye (neuter) may refer to:

  • Crimean Peninsula (Krymsky poluostrov), a peninsula in Ukraine on the northern coast of the Black Sea
  • Krymsky District, a district of Krasnodar Krai, Russia
  • Krymskoye Urban Settlement, a municipal formation in Krymsky Municipal District of Krasnodar Krai, Russia
  • Krymsky (rural locality) (Krymskaya, Krymskoye), several rural localities in Russia
  • Krymsky Bridge, a steel suspension bridge in Moscow, Russia
  • Ahathanhel Krymsky, academician of the early National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine
  • Vasily Dolgorukov-Krymsky, original owner of the building in Moscow, Russia which is now the House of the Unions