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Yamalo-Nenets Autonomous Okrug

, make up 18% of the total population. In addition, 14% of the population deems itself to be "spiritual but not religious", 8% is atheist (atheism), and 0.8% follows other religions or did not give an answer to the question. Economy Yamalo-Nenetsky Avtonomny Okrug is Russia's most important source of natural gas, with more than 90% of Russia's natural gas being produced there. The region also accounts for 12% of Russia's oil production.


Saratov Oblast

Christians, 1% adheres to other Orthodox Churches. 2% are Muslims, 1% of the population adheres to Slavic Rodnovery (Rodnovery) (Slavic Neopaganism), and 0.5% to forms of Hinduism (Vedism, Krishnaism or Tantrism). In addition, 38% of the population deems itself to be "spiritual but not religious", 16% is atheist (atheism), and 7.5% follows other religions or did not give an answer to the question. See also *List of Chairmen of the Saratov Oblast Duma *Volga German Autonomous Soviet Socialist Republic References commons:category:Saratov Oblast wikipedia:Saratov Oblast


Kurgan Oblast

% of the population deems itself to be "spiritual but not religious", 14% is atheist (atheism), and 12.2% follows other religions or did not give an answer to the question. Notable people *Yuri Balashov (born March 12, 1949), chess grandmaster *Oleg Bogomolov (born October 4, 1950), former Governor of Kurgan Oblast *Fyodor Bronnikov (1827—1902), painter *Dmitri Bushmanov (born September 30, 1978), association football player *Alexander Cherepanov (Alexander Ivanovich Cherepanov) (November 21, 1895 — July 6, 1984), lieutenant-general *Dumitru Diacov (born February 10, 1952), Moldovan politician *Viktor Dubynin (February 1, 1943 — November 22, 1992), Army General *Maxim Fadeev (born May 6, 1968), singer-songwriter, composer and producer *Pavel Fitin (December 28, 1907 – December 24, 1971), director of Soviet intelligence *Filipp Golikov (July 30, 1900 — July 29, 1980), Marshal of the Soviet Union *Sergey Gritsevets (July 19, 1909 — September 16, 1939), major, pilot and twice recipient of the honorary title of Hero of the Soviet Union. *Gavriil Ilizarov (June 15, 1921 — July 24, 1992), physician *Vyacheslav Kamoltsev (born December 14, 1971), association football player *Anatoly Karelin (July 16, 1922 — January 3, 1974), Major General of aviation *Leonid Khabarov (born May 8, 1947), Colonel *Larisa Korobeynikova (born March 26, 1987), fencer *Evgeni Krasilnikov (born April 7, 1965), volleyball player *Leonid Krasin (July 3 (15), 1870 — November 24, 1926), politician and diplomat *Ivan Kurpishev (born March 2, 1969), powerlifter *Dmitri Loskov (born February 12, 1974), association football player *Aleksey Merzlyakov (March 22, 1778 - August 7, 1830), poet, critic, translator, and professor *Yana Romanova (born May 11, 1983), biathlete *Sergei Rublevsky (born October 15, 1974), chess grandmaster *Mikhail Ryumin (September 1, 1913 — July 22, 1954), Deputy Head of the Ministry for State Security (Soviet Union) *Yulia Savicheva (born 14 February 1987), singer *Ivan Shadr (February 11, 1887 — April 3, 1941), sculptor and medalist *Alexander Solonik (October 16, 1960 — January 31, 1997), hitman *Elena Temnikova (born April 18, 1985), singer *Alla Vazhenina (born May 29, 1983), weightlifter *Aleksandr Vinogradov (Aleksandr Vinogradov (writer)) (September 9, 1930 — June 14, 2011), journalist and writer *Sergei Vinogradov (Sergei Vinogradov (journalist)) (April 16, 1958 – December 16, 2010), journalist, translator and writer *Kirill A. Yevstigneyev (February 17, 1917 — August 29, 1996), Major General of aviation References Notes commons:category:Kurgan Oblast wikipedia:Kurgan Oblast


Ivanovo Oblast

to Slavic Rodnovery (Rodnovery) (Slavic Neopaganism), and 1% are Muslims. In addition, 28% of the population deems itself to be "spiritual but not religious", 13% is atheist (atheism), and 0.5% follows other religions or did not give an answer to the question. Administrative divisions WikiPedia:Ivanovo Oblast Commons:Category:Ivanovo Oblast


Oryol Oblast

Orthodox Church , 5% are unaffiliated generic Christians, 1% adheres to other Orthodox Churches, 1% to Rodnovery (Slavic Neopaganism), and 1% to Starovery (Starovers) (Old Believers). In addition, 34% of the population deems itself to be "spiritual but not religious", 8% is atheist (atheism), and 9.1% follows other religions or did not give an answer to the question. References Wikipedia:Oryol Oblast Commons:Category:Oryol Oblast


Volgograd Oblast

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Khakassia

to the Russian Orthodox Church, 6% are unaffiliated generic Christians, 1% adheres to other Orthodox Churches. 2% of the population adheres to Slavic Rodnovery (Rodnovery) (Slavic Neopaganism) or to Khakas Tengrism, 1% to Islam, 1% to forms of Protestantism, 0.4% to forms of Hinduism (Vedism, Krishnaism or Tantrism) and another 0.4% to Tibetan Buddhism. In addition, 38% of the population deems itself to be "spiritual but not religious", 16% is atheist (atheism), and 2.6% follows other religions or did not give an answer to the question. Economy The main industries in the republic are coal mining, ore mining and timber. Tourism wikipedia:Khakassia


Penza Oblast

Early life Lermontov was born in Moscow into a respectable noble family of the Tula Oblast, and grew up on the Tarkhany estate in the village of Tarkhany (now Lermontovo) in Penza Oblast. According to legend, his paternal family is descended from the Scottish Earls of Learmont, one of whom settled in Russia in the early 17th century, during the reign of Mikhail Fedorovich Romanov. The legendary Scottish poet Thomas the Rhymer (Thomas Learmonth) is thus claimed as a relative of Lermontov. The only ascertainable genealogical information states that the poet was descended from Yuri (George) Learmont, a Scottish officer in the Polish service who settled in Russia in the middle of 17th century I.B. Babulin (Бабулин И. Б.) "Полки нового строя в Смоленской войне 1632—1634 гг." Рейтар № 22, 2005 ::'''Caucasus''': Adygea (Republic of Adygea), Azerbaijan, Chechnya, Dagestan, Georgia (Georgia (country)), Ingushetia, Kabardino-Balkaria, Kalmykia, Karachay–Cherkessia, North Ossetia–Alania ::'''Northwestern Asia''': Arkhangelsk Oblast including Nenets Autonomous Okrug and Novaya Zemlya, Astrakhan Oblast, Bashkortostan, Belgorod Oblast, Bryansk Oblast, Chuvashia (Chuvashia Republic), Lipetsk Oblast, Kaliningrad Oblast, Kaluga Oblast, Novgorod Oblast, Republic of Karelia, Kirov Oblast, Komi Republic, Kursk Oblast, Mordovia, Murmansk Oblast, Orenburg Oblast, Penza Oblast, Perm Krai, Pskov Oblast, Rostov Oblast, Ryazan Oblast, Saint Petersburg, Samara Oblast, Saratov Oblast, Tambov Oblast, Tatarstan, Tula Oblast, Udmurtia, Volgograd Oblast, Vologda Oblast, Voronezh Oblast, ::'''Siberia''': Altai Krai, Buryatia (Republic of Buryatia), Chelyabinsk Oblast, Chita Oblast, Irkutsk Oblast, Kemerovo Oblast, Krasnoyarsk Krai, parts of Kurgan Oblast, Novosibirsk Oblast, Omsk Oblast, Sverdlovsk Oblast, Tomsk Oblast, Tuva, Tyumen Oblast, Ulyanovsk Oblast, Yamal-Nenets, Introduced range From 1928–1958, 10,000 raccoon dogs of the ''ussuriensis'' subspecies were introduced in 76 districts, territories and republics of the Soviet Union in an attempt to improve their fur quality. Primor'e (Primorsky Krai) was the first region to be colonised, with individuals being transplanted on islands in the Japanese sea. By 1934, raccoon dogs were


Tyumen Oblast

, 9% follows other Orthodox Churches, 4% are unaffiliated generic Christians, 1% adheres to Protestantism. 6% of the population is made up of Muslims, 2% adheres to Slavic Rodnovery (Rodnovery) (Slavic Neopaganism), and 0.4% to forms of Hinduism (Vedism, Krishnaism or Tantrism). In addition, 34% of the population deems itself to be "spiritual but not religious", 11% is atheist (atheism), and 3.7% follows other religions or did not give an answer to the question. Honors A minor planet 2120 Tyumenia discovered in 1967 by Soviet (Soviet Union) astronomer Tamara Mikhailovna Smirnova (Tamara Mikhaylovna Smirnova (astronomer)) is named after Tyumen Oblast. commons:category:Tyumen Oblast wikipedia:Tyumen Oblast


Belgorod Oblast

value5 10 color5 DarkGray label6 Other or undeclared value6 8.5 color6 Silver According to a 2012 official survey 50.5% of the population of Belgorod Oblast adheres to the Russian Orthodox Church, 8% are unaffiliated generic Christians, 1% adheres to other Orthodox Churches. In addition, 22% of the population deems itself to be "spiritual but not religious", 10% is atheist (atheism), and 8.5% follows other religions or did not give an answer to the question. Administrative divisions wikipedia:Belgorod Oblast Commons:Category:Belgorod Oblast


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