Perm Krai

What is Perm Krai known for?


important role

. It starts on southeastern slope of mount Kolvinsky Kamen, in northeastern portion of Perm Krai, near the border with Komi Republic. Its mouth is located near the town of Cherdyn. * The territory of the ''second formation'' (e.g. where Russians settled after the 16th century) consist of most the land to the North and North-East of Central Russia, that is Karelia, Murmansk (Murmansk Oblast), Vyatka (Kirov Oblast), Perm (Perm Krai), Komi (Komi republic), Udmurtia, and as well as Siberia and Far East (Russian Far East). *Krasnoyarsk Krai: Lev Kuznetsov (Lev Kuznetsov (politician)) (since 2010), Edkham Akbulatov (2010, acting), Alexander Khloponin (2002–2010), Nikolay Ashlapov (2002, acting), Alexander Lebed (1998–2002), Valery Zubov (1993–1998), Arkady Veprev (1991–1993) *Perm Krai: Oleg Chirkunov (since 2005) **Perm Oblast: Oleg Chirkunov (acting, 2004–2005); Yury Trutnev (2000–2004); Gennady Igumnov (1996–2000) He was the trade representative of Russia to Switzerland from 1991 to 1994. After that he worked with the business group «Eks». He was also a deputy of legislative assembly of Perm Oblast from 1997 to 2000. After this he became the representative of the region at Federation Council of Russia. He was appointed acting governor of Perm Oblast in 2004, and was confirmed as governor of Perm Krai in 2005 (after the merger of Perm Oblast and Komi-Permyak Autonomous Okrug). In geology thumb 300px left Calcareous mine in Perm Krai (File:Calcareous open-cast mine in Gornozavodsk.jpg), Russia The term calcareous can be applied to a sediment, sedimentary rock, or soil type which is formed from, or contains a high proportion of, calcium carbonate in the form of calcite or aragonite. *Russia - Yekaterinburg Time - Asia Yekaterinburg **Bashkortostan, Chelyabinsk Oblast, Kurgan Oblast, Orenburg Oblast


278

*PGR: -0.48% per Year ;Vital statistics for 2012 *Births: 38 847 (14.8 per 1000) *Deaths: 37 278 (14.2 per 1000) http: www.gks.ru free_doc 2012 demo edn12-12.htm *Total fertility rate: 1.91 Death rates in some of the remote and rural areas in Perm Krai are very high, never seen before during times other than major wars or natural calamities. Just five districts out of a total of 47 have a surplus of births over death in Perm Krai. The birth rate in Perm Krai is much

%''' ---- Bolshesosnovsky 14,292 219 268 15.32 18.75 -0.34% ---- Vereshchagynsky 43,410 710 744 16.36 17.14 -0.08% ---- Gornozavodsky 27,885 396 582 14.20 20.87 -0.65% ---- Yelovsky 12,299 176 229 14.31 18.62 -0.43% ---- Kochevsky 12,356 181 196 14.65 15.86 -0.12% ---- Ilyinsky 20,311 278 408 13.69 20.09 -0.64% ---- Karagaysky 23,907 360 381 15.06 15.94 -0.08% ---- Kishertsky 14,578 158 280 10.84 19.21 -0.83% ---- Krasnovishersky 26,287 335 455


news show

Artist of Russia PAR ( Russian SFSR) has been one of the most popular Soviet and Russian film directors since the 1960s. His films, often featuring


movies starring

"RussiaIC" (an adaptation of Agatha Christie's ''And Then There Were None'') in 1987.He also directed two movies starring Vladimir Vysotsky - ''Vertical'' (1967) and ''The Meeting Place Cannot Be Changed'' (1979), one of the cult films of the late Soviet era. ! Basegi Perm Krai 380 (147) 1982 In central Ural Mountains Urals


military production

are incorporated as urban okrugs. Economy Nonferrous metallurgy is based on ore processing Verkhnekamskoye potash deposit containing magnesium and rare metals. The factories are located in Berezniki (Titanium Magnesium Plant Corporation VSMPO) and Solikamsk (JSC Solikamsk magnesium plant). In engineering plays an important role military production. The largest center of engineering is Perm; manufactured aircraft and rocket engines, oil field and mining


century architecture

, Great Perm, and was the site of the great Russian poet Osip Mandelshtam's exile * Kudymkar — a large town serving as the capital of the Komi-Permyak Okrug * Kungur — a small 17th century city with some fine 18th century architecture; near the Belogorsky Monastery and excellent spelunking opportunities in the Kungur Ice Cave Other destinations *'''Bassegi Nature Reserve''' *'''Vishersky Nature Reserve''' Understand Perm, the capital, is the main attraction in Perm Krai, which sees travelers coming through on the Trans-Siberian Railway. Talk See Russian phrasebook. Get in There are three international flights per week to Perm from Frankfurt (6 hours). Domestic flights arrive daily from Moscow (2 hours) and nearby Yekaterinburg. Flights from Saint Petersburg are less frequent, but also take just 2 hours. The Trans-Siberian Railway runs through Perm Krai and stops at Perm and Kungur. Get around See Itineraries Do Eat Drink Stay safe Go next The next stops on the Trans-Siberian Railway are Glazov, Udmurtia to the west and Pervouralsk, Sverdlovsk Oblast to the east. commons:category:Perm Krai wikipedia:Perm Krai


amp religious

20101128_stroganovy_hermitage_perm.html Further north, the Bjarmians traded with the Sami. states Russia region Komi Republic, Perm


people live

and the administrative center of Perm Krai, Russia, located on the banks of the Kama River, in the European part of Russia near the Ural Mountains. From 1940 to 1957 it was named '''Molotov''' ( Most Udmurt people live in Udmurtia. Small groups live in the neighboring areas: Kirov Oblast and Perm Krai of Russia, Bashkortostan, Tatarstan, and Mari El. It starts in Udmurtia, near Kuliga, flowing

in the Russian Federation. They belong to the Permian branch of the Finno-Ugric peoples. The Komis are divided into eight sub-groups. Their northernmost sub-group is also known as the Komi-Izhemtsy (from the name of the river Izhma) or Iz'vataz. This group numbers 15,607. This group is distinct for its more traditional, strongly subsistence based economy which includes reindeer husbandry. Komi-Permyaks (125,235 people ) live in Perm Krai ( Komi

to the Permian branch of the Finno-Ugric peoples. The Komis are divided into eight sub-groups. Their northernmost sub-group is also known as the Komi-Izhemtsy (from the name of the river Izhma) or Iz'vataz. This group numbers 15,607. This group is distinct for its more traditional, strongly subsistence based economy which includes reindeer husbandry. Komi-Permyaks (125,235 people ) live in Perm Krai (Komi-Yazvas group) and Kirov Oblast


big number

network belongs to the Northern Railway (Northern Railway (Russia)), which west of Onega (Onega, Russia) connects to the Oktyabrskaya Railway. There is also a railway line from Severoonezhsk west to Yangory (an extension of the line from Puksa to Navolok), which belongs to the Department of Corrections. A big number of narrow gauge railways have been built in 1950s and 1960s to facilitate the transport of timber, but since then most of these became unprofitable and have been


research amp

20101128_stroganovy_hermitage_perm.html Further north, the Bjarmians traded with the Sami. states Russia region Komi Republic, Perm

Perm Krai

license_plates 59, 81, 159 ISO RU-PER gov_as_of March 2011 leader_title Governor (Governor of Perm Krai) leader_title_ref Charter, Article 15.3 leader_name Viktor Basargin leader_name_ref Official website of Perm Krai. Viktor Fyodorovich Basargin, Governor of Perm Krai legislature Legislative Assembly (Legislative Assembly of Perm Krai) legislature_ref Charter, Article 15.4 website http: www.perm.ru website_ref date August 2010 '''Perm Krai''' (

Komi-Permyak Okrug retained its autonomous status within Perm Krai during the transitional period of 2006–2008. It also retained a budget separate from that of the krai, keeping all federal transfers. Starting in 2009, Komi-Permyak Okrug's budget became subject to the budgeting law of Perm Krai. The transitional period was implemented in part because Komi-Permyak Okrug relies heavily on federal subsidies, and an abrupt cut would have been detrimental to its economy.

Search by keywords:


Copyright (C) 2015-2017 PlacesKnownFor.com
Last modified: Tue Oct 10 05:56:30 EDT 2017