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It is not surprising that some names of Russian settlements from before 1905 were restored after 1946--as with Vladimirovka. The name of a suburban part of Iuzhno-Sakhalinsk derives from a village inhabited by exiled farmers between the 1880s and 1905, suggesting a Russian/Soviet continuity that has little to do with the actual development of urban structures.
Vladimirovka today features a memorial for the old settlement sharing its name.
Construction began in 1907 east of Vladimirovka, along the lines of a typical Japanese colonial city.
Another case of last-minute refusal to kill was registered in the Ukrainian village of Vladimirovka, in Domanevskii raion of Odessa oblast'.