Add to favorite

russian visa
    Kurgan Region

Kurgan Region exists since February, 6, 1943. The administrative centre of the region is the city of Kurgan. The region is situated on the border of Ural and Siberia in the encatchment area of the rivers Tobol and Iset. Officially it belongs to the Ural Federal District and to the Ural economical region as well. The Kurgan Region occupies a territory about 71, 5 thousand square kilometers.

The population is multi-ethnic, but the Russians and the Tartars seem to dominate quantitatively. The only one standing body of the legislative power in the region is The Kurgan provincial Duma. The executive power belongs to the governor. The sitting governor, Oleg Bogomolov, is holding this elective post for the third time.

Tags: Russian tourism Russian regions Kurgan Region Russian history  



comments powered by Disqus

Comment on our site

RSS   twitter   facebook   submit

Bookmark and Share

Russian Parliament in Action

search on the map

Civil Platform  Sergius of Radonezh  city guide  Russia law  Russian history  Russian Traditions  Moscow City Library Centre  Russian Cinema  Barrows  Russian business  Russian oil  Boris Grebenshchikov  Painting  Russian tourism  Russian people  Tomsk  Skolkovo  Usmanov  Schools  terrorist attack  Russian Museum  Cancer  Archeology  Yehuda Pen  Yakutia  Altai flood  terrorism  Aleksey Koltsov  Exhibitions in Moscow  Architecture of Saint Peterburg  Megafon  Russian Literature  Russian courts  Japan  Moscow  Russian musicians  Empresses of Russia  Labor Camps  FIFA World Cup  Kirov Region  Alzheimer's Disease  Social Networks  Daytime Asteroids Detection System  International Platonov's Arts Festival  children  Orenburg  Primorye  Russian Rock Music  Museum of Toys  Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Russia 

Travel Blogs
Top Traveling Sites