Vokhna ( _ru. Вохна) was a village in Bogorodsky uyezd of Moscow Governorate (guberniya) in Russia. It was also known as PavlovoFact|date=February 2007 and later became a part of the town of Pavlovsky Posad.

The area around Vokhna was one of the closest to Moscow with a large percentage of Old Believers in the population. Three Old Believer parishes currently remain.

Locals often refer to the Vokhonka River, which flows through Pavlovsky Posad, as "Vokhna".

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