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About Kuzbass

TashtagolMezhdurechenskProkopyevskNovokuznetskGuryevskBelovoLeninsk-KuznetskPromyshlennayaTopkiKemerovoKrapivinskTisulVerkh-ChebulaTyazhinskMariinskIzhmorskyAnzhero-SudzhenskTaigaUrgaMyskiKaltanOsinnikiKiselyovskKrasnobrodskPolysayevoBeryozovskYurginsky DistrictYashkinsly DistrictYaysky DistrictIzhmorsky DistrictMariinsky DistrictTyazhinsky DistrictTopkinsky DistrictKemerovo oblastChebulinsky DistrictPromyshlennovsky DistrictGuryevsky DistrictLeninsk-Kuznetsky DistrictKrapivinsky DistrictTisulsky DistrictBelovsky DistrictProkopyevsky DistrictNovokuznetsky DistrictMezhdurechensky DistrictTashtagolsky municipal district

Kemerovo oblast

Kemerovo oblast is located in the southeast of Western Siberia, occupying ostrogs of Altai — the Sayan highland. The oblast’s extention from the North to the South is nearly 500 km, from the West to the East — 300 km. The big difference between heights’ surface defines a variety of environment. The highest point, Verkhniy Zub, located at the border with the Republic of Khakassia, rises by 2178 m, the lowest point — 78 meters above the sea level, lies in the Tom’ River valley at the border with Tomsk oblast. By relief the territory of the oblast can be devided into flat (northern part), foothill and mountain areas (Kuznetsk Ala Tau, Salair ridge, Mountain Shoriya), intermontane Kuznetsk Depression.

Yurginsky District

Yurginsky District is crossed by several highways of both federal (Novosibirsk – Irkutsk, Novosibirsk – Irkutsk with access to Tomsk) and oblast significance (Novosibirsk – Leninsk-Kuznetsky – Kemerovo – Yurga).

Area:

2,500 km²

Yashkinsky District

Distance to Kemerovo – 83 km

Area:

3,500 km²

Population:

32,900 members

Yaysky District

Yaysky District was established in 1963 by the decree of the Presidium of the Supreme Soviet of the USSR due to the districts expansion program.

The Yaysky District is a municipal unit that is comprised of 1 urban and 9 rural settlements.

The administrative center of Yaysky District is the urban settlement of Yaya.

Area:

267000 га

Izhmorsky District

Izhmorsky District is located in the northern part of the Kemerovo region. The administrative center - urban-type settlement Izhmorsky.

Pass through the area of Trans-Siberian railway and a highway "Kemerovo - Tomsk", "Novosibirsk - Krasnoyarsk."

Area:

3,600 km²

Population:

15000 members

Mariinsky District

Mariinky municipal district is located in the northeast of Kemerovo Oblast, 173km away from the region center — Kemerovo.

At the moment the municipal district is formed by 13 settlements, including 1 urban and 12 rural settlements.

Area:

5,600 km²

Tyazhinsky District

Tyazhinsky District is located in the northeastern part of Kemerovo Oblast. Distance to Kemerovo – 241 km.

The urban settlement of Tyzhinsky is the district’s administrative center.

Area:

3,500 km²

Topkinsky District

Topkinsky District is located in the center of Kemerovo Oblast, 32 km from Kemerovo.

Population:

48,300 members

Kemerovo region

Kemerovo municipal district is located in the northwest of the Kemerovo region. In the Kemerovo region are fuel and energy minerals and non-metallic resources. The fauna is represented by species of the Kemerovo region of taiga and steppe zones of southern Siberia.

Area:

4,330 km²

Population:

42,500 members

Chebulinsky District

Chebulinsky District is located in the central part of the southeast portion of Kuzbass.

Area:

3,700 km²

Promyshlennovsky District

Promyshlennovsky District is located in the west of Kemerovo Oblast, in the central part of the Kuznetsk Depression area.

Area:

3,100 km²

Guryevsky District

Guryevsky District is located in the southwestern part of Kemerovo Oblast, 160 km from Kemerovo.

The district is comprised of 2 urban and 7 rural settlements.

The town of Guryevsk is the administrative center of the municipal district.

Area:

2,180 km²

Leninsk-Kuznetsky District

Leninsk-Kuznetsky District is located in the central and northwestern parts of Kemerovo Oblast, in the center of Kuznetsk Depression. It belongs to the group of districts with steppes as the predominant type of terrain.

The town of Leninsk-Kuznetsky is the district’s administrative center.

Area:

2,400 km²

Krapivinsky District

Krapivinsky District is located in the central part of Kemerovo Oblast on both banks of the Tom river.

Area:

6,900 km²

Tisulsky District

One of the oldest ones of Kemerovo Oblast, Tisulsky District was established in 1924.

The urban settlement of Tisul is the district center of Tisulsky District. Distance to the capital in Kemerovo – 250 km.

Area:

8,100 km²

Belovksy District

Belovsky District is located in the southeastern part of Kemerovo Oblast.

Belovksy District was established in May 1931 with the administrative center in the town of Belovo.

Area:

3,400 km²

Prokopyevsky District

Prokopyevsky District was established in September 1924. It is located in the southwestern part of Kemerovo Oblast.

Area:

3,400 km²

Novokuznetsky District

Novokuznetsky District is located in the southern part of Kemerovo Oblast.

Area:

13,400 km²

Mezhdurechensky District

Tashtagolsky municipal district

Tashtagolsky district is located in the south of Kemerovo oblast, near the upper reaches of the rivers Kondoma and Mras-Su.

The district shares borders with Gorny Altai, Altai Krai and the Republic of Khakassia.

Tashtagolsky district is comprised of 6 urban and 4 rural settlements which are considered separate municipal entities.

The district’s population:

55,700 members

The town of Tashtagol is the administrative center of Tashtagolsky District, with population of

22,900 members

Tashtagolsky urban district

Tashtagol urban district is the administrative center of Tashtagolsky District. The district is located in the south of Kemerovo oblast, near the upper reaches of the rivers Kondoma and Mras-Su. The district shares borders with Gorny Altai, Altai Krai and the Republic of Khakassia.

Tashtagolsky district is comprised of 6 urban and 4 rural settlements which are considered separate municipal entities.

The district’s population:

The town of Tashtagol population:

22,900 members

Mezhdurechensky urban district

Mezhdurechensky urban district is located in the south of Kemerovo Oblast, in the center of Tomusinkoye coal field at the point of confluence of the rivers Tom and Usa.

Judging by the distance between Mezhdurechensk and Kemerovo it is one of the most remote towns in the oblast.

Prokopyevsky urban district

The city of Prokopyevsk is located in the south of Kemerovo Oblast.

It is a municipal unit that was granted urban district status in 2006.

The city’s origins date back to 1648, the year of the foundation of Rozhdestvensky monastery, with villages Monastyrskoye, Prokopyevskoye and Usyaty later forming around it.

Area:

227,500 km²

Novokuznetsky urban district

The largest city in the Oblast, Novokuznetsk is situated on a Tom river bend in the south of Kuznetsk Depression.

The city of Novokuznetsk is the largest one in the oblast. It was founded in 1618 as Kuznetsky ostrog and was Russia’s southernmost military outpost in Siberia.

Area:

424000 km²

Guryevsky urban district

The town of Guryevsk is the administrative center of Guryevsky District. It is located in the southwestern part of Kemerovo Oblast, 160 km from Kemerovo.

Belovsky urban district

The town of Belovo is located in the Kuznetsk Depression area, on the Bachat river.

Population:

171,300 members

Leninsk-Kuznetsky urban district

Located in the center of the Kuznetsk Depression area, the town of Leninsk-Kuznetsky is in the very heart of Kuzbass at the intersection of numerous traffic arteries connecting the north and the south of Kemerovo Oblast.

Population:

104,800 members

The urban settlement of Promyshlennaya

The urban settlement of Promyshlennaya is the administrative center of Promyshlennovsky District. The district is located in the west of Kemerovo Oblast, in the central part of the Kuznetsk Depression area.

Topkinsky urban district

Topkinsky urban district is the administrative center of Topkinsky District. The urban district is located in the central part of the Oblast, 32 km from Kemerovo.

Population:

Kemerovsky urban district

The city of Kemerovo is the administrative center of Kemerovo Oblast. It is located 3482 km east of Moscow, in the southeast of Western Siberia, in the northern part of the Kuznetsk basin and in the center of the Kuznetsk Depression area.

Population:

521,200 members

The urban settlement of Krapivinsky

The urban settlement of Krapivinsky is the administrative center of Krapivinsky District. It is located in the central part of Kemerovo Oblast on both banks of the Tom river.

The urban settlement of Tisul

The urban settlement of Tisul is the administrative center of Tisulsky District.

One of the oldest ones of Kemerovo Oblast, Tisulsky District was established in 1924.

The urban settlement of Verkh-Chebula

The urban settlement of Verkh-Chebula is the administrative center of Chebulinsky District. The District is located in the central part of the southeastern portion of Kuzbass.

Area:

3,700 km²

The urban settlement of Tyazhinsky

The urban settlement of Tyazhinsky is the administrative center of Tyazhinsky District.

It is located in the northeastern part of Kemerovo Oblast.

Distance to Kemerovo – 241 km.

Mariinsky urban district

The town of Mariinsk is situated on the left bank of the Kiya river (a tributary of Chulym, Ob’s drainage basin), 178 km from Kemerovo.

Population:

41,500 members

The urban settlement of Izhmorsky

The urban settlement of Izhmorsky is the administrative center of Izhmorsky District.

Izhmorsky District is located in the northern part of Kemerovo Oblast.

The Trans-Siberian railway as well as Kemerovo – Tomsk and Novosibirsk – Krasnoyarsk motorways all run through the district.

>Anzhero-Sudzhensky urban district

The town of Anzhero-Sudzhensk is a municipal unit that is located in the northwestern part of Kemerovo Oblast.

The town’s origins date back to 1897.

Area:

119,200 km²

Taiginsky urban district

The town of Taiga is located in the northwest of Kuzbass, 124 km from Kemerovo.

Yurginsky urban district

The town of Yurga is located in the northwestern part of Kemerovo Oblast. Yurga is the administrative center of Yurginsky District.

Myskovsky urban district

The town of Myski is located on the left bank of the Tom river, near the area where the Mras-Su river flows into it.

The Novokuznetsk – Abakan railway as well as the Leninsk-Kuznetsky – Mezhdurechensk motorway run through the town of Myski.

Kaltansky urban district

The town of Kaltan is located in the south of Kuzbass, near the bottomland area of the Kondoma river.

Originally an industrial community, it was granted town status on July 29, 1959.

A section of the Novokuznetsk – Tashtagol mainline railway runs through the town.

Osinnikovsky urban district

The town of Osinniki is a municipal unit that is located in the south of Kemerovo Oblast.Formerly known as Osinovka, it became a town under oblast jurisdiction in 1938.

It has several settlements and villages under its jurisdiction, namely Malinovka, Taizhina and Sarbala.

Area:

79,820 km²

Kiselyovsky urban district

The town of Kiselyovsk is located at the foothills of Salair Ridge, in the upper reaches of the Aba river. The town’s foundation is closely associated with the opening of the Kiselevsky mine in 1917.

Population:

103,900 members

Krasnobrodsky urban district

Krasnobrodsky urban district was established by the Kemerovo Oblast law dated 17 December, 2004 with the urban settlement of Krasnobrodsky as its administrative center.

Polysayevsky urban district

The town of Polysayevo is located in the western part of Kemerovo Oblast, in the center of the Kuznetsk Depression area.

Originally an industrial community, it was granted town status in 1989.

Area:

14,100 km²

Beryozovsky urban district

Established on 11 January, 1965.

The majority of the town’s territory and its suburbs is forest lands, 80% of which is taiga zone.

Area:

74,600 km²