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Putchino, Kursk Oblast


Jan 16, 2022

Putchino (Russian: Путчино) is a rural locality (Russian: деревня, lit.village) in Rusanovsky Selsoviet Rural Settlement, Fatezhsky District, Kursk Oblast, Russia. Population: 93(2010 Census);[2] 175(2002 Census);[6]

Rural locality in Kursk Oblast, Russia
Village in Kursk Oblast, Russia
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Location of Putchino

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Putchino (Kursk Oblast)

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Country Russia
Federal subject Kursk Oblast
Administrative district Fatezhsky District[1]
Selsoviet Rusanovsky

  Total 93
  Municipal district Fatezhsky Municipal District[3]
  Rural settlement Rusanovsky Selsoviet Rural Settlement[3]
Time zone UTC+3 (MSK [4])
Postal code(s)[5]
Dialing code(s) +7 47144
OKTMO ID 38644464196
Website морусановский.рф

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The village is located on the Putchinka River (a left tributary of the Krasavka in the basin of the Svapa), 96 km from the Russia–Ukraine border, 58 km north-west of Kursk, 13.5 km north-west of the district center – the town Fatezh, 12.5 km from the selsoviet center – Basovka.[7]


Putchino has a warm-summer humid continental climate (Dfb in the Köppen climate classification).

Putchino is located 9.5 km from the federal route M-2Crimea Highway as part of the European route E105, 7 km from the road of regional importance 38K-038 (Fatezh – Dmitriyev), on the road of intermunicipal significance 38H-675 (38K-038 – Nizhny Reut – Putchino),[8] 20 km from the nearest railway halt 34 km[9] (railway line Arbuzovo – Luzhki-Orlovskiye).

The rural locality is situated 61 km from Kursk Vostochny Airport, 179 km from Belgorod International Airport and 245 km from Voronezh Peter the Great Airport.

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