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    Kemerovo Region

Kemerovo region is situated on the south of the Western Siberia, in the Siberian Federal district. The region was officially established on the January, 26, 1943.

The region is characterized with spotty distribution of the population. Most people live in the cities. Its area is about 95, 500 square kilometers, the population according to the data from the year 2009 is 2821, 9 thousand people. Kemerovo region is also called Kuzbass after the Kuznetsk Basin. The region borders on the Novosibirsk and Tomsk Regions, the Altai and the Krasnoyarsk Territories, the Republics of Altai and Khakassia.

Kemerovo Region has 20 cities and 19 districts. The administrative centre of the region is the city of Kemerovo.

The nations, living in the region are the Russians (90%), Shors (or Shorians), Tartars, Ukrainians, Chuvashes and Germans.

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