Tyumen

What is Tyumen known for?


public appearance

on the Tyumen–Novy Urengoy railway line. Traveling north from Tyumen, Novy Urengoy is the last station of significance. Noyabrsk is the previous station of significance. Parts of the work were performed in Berlin in April 1894, and Rubinstein conducted a complete performance in Stuttgart on 2 June 1894. This was in fact his last public appearance as a conductor. Taylor (2007), 235 The work received a further series of complete performances, at Bremen, in 1895. Applause between scenes and after the performance was forbidden. Taruskin (1990); Krehbiel Apparently the work was not revived until a performance in Tyumen in 2002, conducted by the composer's great-grandson, Anton Sharoyev. This was also therefore the work's first performance in Russia. A recording of past of the work was made from live performances under Sharoyev in St. Petersburg in 2003. Sleeve notes to recording of ''Christus'', 2003 wikipedia:Tyumen


industry covers

near Chimgi-Tura. Modern Tyumen, one of the centres of Russian oil industry, covers the site where Chimgi-Tura used to stand. Biography Vladislav Petrovich Krapivin was born in the city of Tyumen on 14 October 1938. He received a degree in journalism from the Ural State University. In the course of his studies, he started working at the newspaper "Evening Sverdlovsk", followed by several years in the periodical "Ural Pathfinder". Krapivin has been a full


historical part

built up by lumber houses. But most of the people who visited Tyumen as well as a considerable part of its core dwellers mistakenly consider it is a modern high-rise town due of tall buildings concentrated along all town arterial roads. Many of wooden buildings located in historical part of the city had cultural value: File:Tyumen_Historic_Brick_Building_04.JPG File:Tyumen_Old_Soviet Buildings_02.JPG File:Tyumen_Later_Soviet Buildings_01.JPG File:Tyumne_Old_Style_Imitation_02.JPG File:Tyumen_Moder_building_01.JPG Parks and gardens There are many parks and Gardens of different size located around the Tyumen making town landscape green and fresh. Some of this parks also have sport and entertaining components. Society and culture Leisure and entertainment thumb Tyumen Theater of the Drama and the Comedy at Night (File:Tyumen Title Theatre Night.jpg) thumb Tyumen Puppet Show (File:Tyumen PuppetShow.jpg) thumb Tyumen Circus (File:Tyumen Circus.jpg) Tyumen has a range of entertainment possibilities for all ages. There are many cinemas including two with high class stereo systems, and clubs. Tyumen has had its own Drama and Comedy Theater since 1858. There is a professional Puppet Show and the Angazhement Youth Theater. The Tyumen Music Hall is one of the most common venues for tours of Russian and World class Music Stars. The Tyumen Circus is the most contemporary in Siberia and one of the best in the whole of Russia. Tyumen offers a great variety of cuisine in its numerous restaurants and bars. There are some annual events taking place in the town such as the Student Spring Music show and Day of The City Show. Literature and film Tyumen has not been the setting for too many works of literature however there were some poets and writers in the town history. A writer closely associated with the city is the children's writer Vladislav Krapivin. A famous Russian writer Mikhail M. Prishvin spent his youth in Tyumen as well. Viktor L. Strogalschikov one of the modern Russian writers is also living in Tyumen. A modern Russian producer Konstantin V. Odegov was born and studied in Tyumen. Tyumen was also the location for a few episodes in Russian films. Museums and art galleries thumb Museum House of Merchant Masharov (File:Tyumen Museums 01.jpg) There are numerous museums and art galleries in Tyumen. The best known are the Tyumen Museum of Local Lore and the Tyumen Fine Art Gallery which were merged last year by local government decision. Some of the Tyumen Museums: *Tyumen Museum of Local Lore (Several exhibition halls) *Museum of the Fine Arts *Museum of Kolokolnikov estate (Several exhibition halls) *House of Merchant Masharov *Medical History Museum *Museum of Tyumen Agricultural Academy (includes a local lore exhibition, Museum of anatomy; Museum of soil science) Music thumb Tyumen philharmonic (File:Tyumen philharmonic.jpg) Music has always attracted the attention of Tyumen's inhabitants. The town has its own philharmonic orchestra and the Tyumen Music hall has steady auditory. While performing Russian tours Music Stars will visit the Tyumen without fail. Sports thumb Tyumen Central Sport Complex (File:Tyumen CentralSportComplex.jpg) For many years Tyumen was the source for the Soviet and the Russian sport reserve. Many of the most famous Soviet and Russian sportsmen started their career in Tyumen youth sport including Soviet cycle racing stars Sergey Uslamin, Yury Korotkikh, and Oleg Polovnikov. There are some Tyumen Biathlonists in the current Russian national team. Today Tyumen offers a number of sport activities for all ages. There are numerous sport and fitness clubs around the town. Tyumen has a national level ice hockey team, soccer team and futsal team. There are three all season ice arenas, a soccer field (amateur fields are not counted), a ski center, a hippodrome, a shooting range, several tennis-courts including in the open and all season, three Olympic sized pools. In winter time parks for the cross country skiing are available around the town. Important ice hockey and soccer teams are: *Rubin Tyumen *Tyumensky Legion *FC Tyumen Education Higher education Tyumen is a town of students. The great boost to Tyumen Education development was given in the 1964 when the Tyumen Industrial Institute was founded to supply oil industry by qualified local workforce. Many academies of the different disciplines was founded in Tyumen since this date, and now the Higher Education is one of the major economic activities of the Tyumen town. There are over 10 academies, including three universities in the town and dozens of colleges. In the educational year of 2008-2009 the five largest Academies of Tyumen together had over 110,000 students. ''Important note: most students are not counted in the city population since they are non-residents of the Tyumen city according to Russian law.'' Secondary education There are over one hundred secondary schools in Tyumen. Libraries thumb Tyumen Scientific Library (File:Tyumen Scientific Library general view May 2010.jpg) There are about fifty public libraries in Tyumen. In addition there are several corporate libraries integrated into public libraries book exchange system. The Tyumen special is the Tyumen Regional Scientific Library after D.I. Mendeleev which has about 2 670 000 unic units of issue in its stock . International relations wikipedia:Tyumen


rich oil

as official data includes non-native soldiers who died in Tyumen's hospitals). After the discovery of rich oil and gas (natural gas) fields in Tyumen Oblast in the 1960s, Tyumen became the focus of the Soviet oil industry. The activities of the oil industry caused a second economic and population boom in Tyumen. While most of the oil and gas fields were hundreds of kilometers to the north of the city, near the towns of Surgut and Nizhnevartovsk, Tyumen was the nearest railway junction

, the town's rate of population growth was greatly boosted. Tyumen rapidly became the largest town in the region, with approx. 30,000 inhabitants by the beginning of the 20th century. Tyumen again experienced rapid population growth with the coming of World War II. The evacuation of workers from factories in central Russia in 1941 more than doubled Tyumen's population to 150,000. In the 1960s, the discovery of the rich oil and gas fields in Western Siberia caused the city's population, which had


vast oil

the city's history. Today Tyumen is an important business center. Tyumen is the transport hub and industrial center of Tyumen Oblast—a vast oil-rich region stretching from the Kazakhstani border to the Arctic Ocean—as well as the home of many companies active in Russia's oil and gas industry (petroleum industry). Geography thumb View to flood-lands upstream Tyumen from the right bank (summer 2007) (File:Tyumen flood-lands of Tura river.jpg) Tyumen covers an area of


modern high

built up by lumber houses. But most of the people who visited Tyumen as well as a considerable part of its core dwellers mistakenly consider it is a modern high-rise town due of tall buildings concentrated along all town arterial roads. Many of wooden buildings located in historical part of the city had cultural value: File:Tyumen_Historic_Brick_Building_04.JPG File:Tyumen_Old_Soviet Buildings_02.JPG File:Tyumen_Later_Soviet Buildings_01.JPG File:Tyumne_Old_Style_Imitation_02


natural site

as well as the oblast administrative center. These advantages made Tyumen the natural site for numerous oil related enterprises which contributed to the city's development between 1963 and 1985. These years saw the arrival in Tyumen of tens of thousands of skilled workers from across the Soviet Union. thumb Old Tyumen in summer 2008 (File:Tyumen Title Monastery.jpg) The rapid growth of the city also brought a host of problems, as the growing population quickly outstripped Tyumen's limited


business activities

designs, but the later buildings have a rectangular style. This area contains most of the political and business activities of the town. wikipedia:Tyumen


industry oil

the city's history. Today Tyumen is an important business center. Tyumen is the transport hub and industrial center of Tyumen Oblast—a vast oil-rich region stretching from the Kazakhstani border to the Arctic Ocean—as well as the home of many companies active in Russia's oil and gas industry (petroleum industry). Geography thumb View to flood-lands upstream Tyumen from the right bank (summer 2007) (File:Tyumen flood-lands of Tura river.jpg) Tyumen covers an area of


numerous oil

as well as the oblast administrative center. These advantages made Tyumen the natural site for numerous oil related enterprises which contributed to the city's development between 1963 and 1985. These years saw the arrival in Tyumen of tens of thousands of skilled workers from across the Soviet Union. thumb Old Tyumen in summer 2008 (File:Tyumen Title Monastery.jpg) The rapid growth of the city also brought a host of problems, as the growing population quickly outstripped Tyumen's limited

Tyumen

'''Tyumen''' ( east of Moscow.

Tyumen was the first Russian settlement in Siberia. Founded in 1586 to support Russia's eastward expansion, the city has remained one of the most important industrial and economic centers east of the Ural Mountains. Located at the junction of several important trade routes and with easy access to navigable waterways, Tyumen rapidly developed from a small military settlement to a large commercial and industrial city. The central part of Old Tyumen retains many historic buildings from throughout the city's history.

Today Tyumen is an important business center. Tyumen is the transport hub and industrial center of Tyumen Oblast—a vast oil-rich region stretching from the Kazakhstani border to the Arctic Ocean—as well as the home of many companies active in Russia's oil and gas industry (petroleum industry).

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