País Rusia • Región económica Volga • Distrito federal Volga • Sujeto federal República de Tartaristán • Raión Bavly Ubicación • Altitud 210 msnm Superficie 9 km² Fundación 1755 Población 23.083 hab. (2008) • Densidad 2.565 hab./km² Código postal
Alcalde Albert Jabibulin Sitio web http://www.baulyadm.kazan.ws
Bavly o Bavli (ruso: Бавлы; tártaro: Bawlı) es una localidad tártara localizada cerca del río Bavly (afluente del río Ik), a 369 km de Kazán. Contaba con 22.939 habitantes en 2002, según el censo ruso. Fundada en 1755, consiguió el estatus de asentamiento urbano en 1950 y de ciudad en 1998.
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