The Poltava Governorate [a] or Poltavshchyna  was a gubernia (also called a province or government) in the historical Left-bank Ukraine region of the Russian Empire.
This is a list of governorates of the Russian Empire (pre-1918 spelling: губернія, post-1918 spelling: губерния) established between the administrative reform of 1708 and the establishment of the Kholm Governorate in 1912 (inclusive).
The Poltava Governorate ( Russian: Полтавская губерния, romanized: Poltavskaya guberniya; Ukrainian: Полтавська Губернія, romanized: Poltavska huberniia) or Poltavshchyna was a gubernia (also called a province or government) in the historical Left-bank Ukraine region of the Russian Empire.
Татарча / tatarça    Ukrainian IPA: [polˈtɑwɐ]) is a city located on the Vorskla River. It serves as the administrative center of Poltava Oblast as well as Poltava Raion within the oblast. It also hosts the administration of Poltava urban hromada, one of the hromadas of Ukraine.  Poltava has a population of 279,593 (2022 estimate). 
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The Podolia Governorate, [a] also known as the Podillia Governorate,  was a province ( guberniya) of the Southwestern Krai of the Russian Empire.
Destroyed by the Tatars in the early 13th century, it was the centre of a Cossack regiment by the 17th century. In 1709 Peter I the Great inflicted a crushing defeat on Charles XII of Sweden outside Poltava after Charles had laid siege to the town for three months. In 1802 it became a provincial centre. The modern city of Poltava is largely new ...