Khrenovoe - a village in the Bobrovsky district of
the Voronezh region of Russia. This is the administrative center
Khrenovskogo rural settlement. Khrenovoe is located 16 km (on the
road 27 km) east of Bobrov, 90 km (130 km on the road) southeast of
Voronezh. The village practically merges with the territory of the
village of Sloboda of the Slobodsky rural settlement (divided by the
Khrenovaya River line).
The village was founded at the
beginning of the 18th century, when Tsar Peter I built the first
Russian military fleet in Voronezh, and ship logging was carried out
A new stage in the history of the village began
when Count Alexei Orlov received from the empress not only the title
of Chesmensky and the Order of St. George of I degree, but also 120
thousand dessiatinas of land on the left bank of the Bityug,
including the village of Hrenovo. On October 24, 1776, a stud farm
was founded near the village of Khrenovo, by the count Orlov, known
for the Orlov trotters raised here.
At the end of the 19th
and the beginning of the 20th centuries, the village was the center
of the Khrenovsky volost in the Bobrovsky district of the Voronezh
From 1935 to 1960, Khrenovoe was the
center of the Khrenovsky district.