Tomsk

Tomsk (p=tomsk) is a city and the administrative center of Tomsk Oblast, Russia, located on the Tom River. One of the oldest towns in Siberia, Tomsk celebrated its 400th anniversary in 2004. Population: {ru-census|p2010=524,669|p2002=487,838|p1989=501,963} ==History== Tomsk was established under a decree from Tsar Boris Godunov in 1604 after Toyan...
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Tomsk

city and administrative centre of Tomsk oblast, central Russia, on the Tom River above its confluence with the Ob. Founded as a fort in 1604 to ...
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Tomsk

oblast (province), central Russia, having an area of 122,350 square miles (316,900 square km) in the basin of the middle Ob River, which bisects it. ...
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Tomsk

Tomsk (tomsk, Rus. tômsk) , city (1989 pop. 502,000), capital of Tomsk region, W central Siberian Russia, on the Tom River. It is a major river port and freight transit point, and is a regional headquarters for oil exploration and production companies. Machine tools, electric motors, ball bear...
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