Borodino (disambiguation)

Borodino (disambiguation)

Borodino is a village of Russia famous for the Battle of Borodino.

Borodino may also refer to one of the following.

*Borodino class battleship, a class of Russian pre-dreadnought battleships
*Borodino class battlecruiser, a class of Russian battlecruisers launched during World War I but never completed
* Borodino, Krasnoyarsk Krai, a town in Krasnoyarsk Krai, Russia
* Borodino, Odessa Oblast, a settlement in Ukraine
* Borodino is the name of a large number of rural localities in Russia
* Borodino, New York, a hamlet in Central New York State, USA
* Borodino meteorite, which fell near Borodino, Russia (see meteorite falls)
*Borodino Islands, former name of Daitō Islands in Japan
*Borodino Island, a Russian name of the Smith Island (South Shetland Islands)
*Borodino (poem), a poem by Mikhail Lermontov


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