Ljubim (Russian Любим ) is a small town in Yaroslavl Oblast (Russia) with 5555 inhabitants (as of October 14, 2010 ).
The city is located about 125 kilometers northeast of the Oblasthauptstadt Yaroslavl at the mouth of the river Obnora in the Kostroma, a left tributary of the Volga.
Ljubim is the administrative center of the homonymous Rajons.
The town lies on the main route of the Trans -Siberian Railway ( Route 393 kilometers from Moscow).
Ljubim was founded in 1546 ( or 1538), and received city rights in 1777.
Note: Census data (1926-1939 rounded)
In Ljubim there are companies in the woodworking, light and food industries.