Kurgan Oblast

What is Kurgan Oblast known for?


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into the Tobol River. To the north of its basin is that of Tura River and to the south, the Uy River. The length of the Iset River is 606 km. The area of its basin (Drainage basin) is 58,900 km². Yekaterinburg is at the northwest corner of its basin and Chelyabinsk near the southwest corner. The river freezes up in November and stays under the ice until April. Its main tributaries are the Miass (Miass River), the still-radioactive Techa River Techa


scale industry

mainly on the basis of subindustries associated with processing of agricultural products and assembly and packaging of finished products. The food industry is well developed here, with meat-packing plants, mill (Mill (grinding))s, creameries, and powdered-milk factories. Modern large-scale industry began developing during World War II, when sixteen enterprises from western regions of the country were evacuated here in 1941-1942


religious quot

% 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


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in Kurgan Oblast, Russia, located on the left bank of the Iset River (Ob (Ob River)'s basin (drainage basin)) UTC+06 Bashkortostan, Chelyabinsk Oblast, Khanty–Mansi Autonomous Okrug

. (CNN) - ! bgcolor "#ccccff" style "padding:0 0 0 50px;" Kurgan Oblast, Russia width "50px" 50px Flag of Kurgan Oblast (Image:Flag of Kurgan Oblast.svg) '''Kurgan Oblast''' (Russian (Russian phrasebook): Курга́нская о́бласть ''koor-GAHN-skuh-yuh OH-blust’'') is a region in Russia's (Russia) Urals region (Urals). Cities


legal acts

of Kurgan Oblast is the fundamental law of the region. The Kurgan Oblast Duma is the province's standing legislative (representative) body. The Oblast Duma consists of 34 members and exercises its authority by passing laws, resolutions, and other legal acts and by supervising the implementation and observance of the laws and other legal acts passed by it. The highest executive body is the Oblast Government, which includes territorial executive bodies such as district administrations, committees, and commissions that facilitate development and run the day to day matters of the province. The Oblast administration supports the activities of the Governor who is the highest official and acts as guarantor of the observance of the oblast Charter in accordance with the Constitution of Russia. The United Russia Party currently commons:category:Kurgan Oblast wikipedia:Kurgan Oblast


main population

, and could not declare an ethnicity. It is estimated that the proportion of ethnicities in this group is the same as that of the declared group. http: www.perepis-2010.ru news detail.php?ID 6936 *Births (2010): 11,862 (13.0 per 1000) *Deaths (2010): 14,590 (16.0 per 1000) http: gks.ru wps wcm connect rosstat rosstatsite main population demography '''Total fertility rate''': http: kurganstat.gks.ru wps wcm connect rosstat_ts kurganstat


refineries

Kurgan Oblast borders on the oil- and gas-bearing districts of Tyumen Oblast and is also close to similar districts in Tomsk Oblast. Large oil and gas pipelines pass through its territory, and Ural (Ural (region)) and Siberian oil refineries are fairly close. The main industrial centers are Kurgan (Kurgan, Kurgan Oblast), and Shadrinsk. The oblast does not have large economic mineral reserves; therefore, it has developed


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in Kurgan Oblast, Russia, located on the left bank of the Iset River (Ob (Ob River)'s basin (drainage basin)) UTC+06 Bashkortostan, Chelyabinsk Oblast, Khanty–Mansi Autonomous Okrug


association football

% 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

*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


modern large

mainly on the basis of subindustries associated with processing of agricultural products and assembly and packaging of finished products. The food industry is well developed here, with meat-packing plants, mill (Mill (grinding))s, creameries, and powdered-milk factories. Modern large-scale industry began developing during World War II, when sixteen enterprises from western regions of the country were evacuated here in 1941-1942

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