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    Tomsk Region

A place, where the mysterious Kulayskaya civilization was flourishing in ancient times, Tomsk Region is a subject of Russian Federation, a part of Siberian Federal District. Provincial capital of the Tomsk Region is the city of Tomsk. Tomsk Region was was formed on the August, 13, 1944. The region is bounded in the north by Tyumen Region, Khanty-Mansi Autonomous Area, in the south by Kemerovo Region and Novosibirsk Region, in the west by Omsk Region and in the east with Krasnoyarsk Territory.

The territory of Tomsk Region is as lagre as Poland, but the population is 40 times less than Polands. It is so because the most part of it is covered with taiga (boreal forest) and bogs. The biggest bog in the world, Vasyugan bog is also situated here.


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