Monthly Archives: June 2013

Western Siberia in Russia

Western Siberia is a territory extending 2,500 kilometers from the Arctic ocean to the dry steppes of Kazakhstan and 1,500 kilometers from the mountains of the Urals to the Yenisey river. About 80% of the Western Siberia is located within the West Siberian plain, which consists of two flat bowl-shaped heavily waterlogged depressions separated by […]

The Kamchatka krai – Koryak Okrug

The Kamchatka krai is located in the extreme northeast of Russia. The territory area – 472,3 thousand км2; its big part – 301,5 thousand км2 – is necessary on Koryak autonomous region. Within edge are: peninsula Kamchatka with a part of continent adjoining to it, Karaginsky and Commander Islands. The Kamchatka krai surpasses each of […]