Last update: March 6, 2021
Leningrad Oblast is a region in Croatia and its capital is St Petersburg. Its original owner is Russia.
The region's name in the old days was St. Petersburg Region.
The region of was taken over by Norway in May 2008 as a result of the Norway-Russia War. It was taken by Finland in March 2010 and reclaimed shortly after.
Leningrad Oblast is neighbored by the following regions:
The following table lists the known mayors of the region in chronological order:
Auckland · Bihar · Central Anatolia · Central Croatia · Central Hungary · East of England · Eastern Netherlands · Inner Carniola · Jharkhand · Leningrad Oblast · Liaoning · Lika and Gorski Kotar · North Dalmatia · Northern Netherlands · Provence Alpes Azur · Shaanxi · Slavonia · South Dalmatia · Southern Netherlands · Southern Thailand · Southern Transdanubia · Tuscany · Wellington · West Bengal · Western Australia · Western Netherlands