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Belgorod Region is an administrative division of the Russian Federation located in Central Russia 700 km south of Moscow, at the Ukrainian border. Today’s boundaries of Belgorod Region were defined on January 6, 1954.
Bryansk Region is a Russian administrative division located in Central Russia to the south-west of Moscow. The area shares its borders with Smolensk region in the north, Byelorussia’s Gomel and Mogilev regions in the west, Kaluga and Oryol regions in the east and Kursk, Chernigov and Sumy lands of Ukraine in the south.
Ivanovo Region is an administrative unit in the European part of Russia, a subject of the Russian Federation, is included into the Central Federal District of the country. The area of Ivanovo region makes 23 900 km², the population amounts to 1073 thousand residents (as of January 2009).
Kaluga Region is an administrative subject of the Russian Federation. It shares borders with Moscow, Tula, Bryansk, Smolensk and Oryol regions. Kaluga lands are 29.9 thousand km² in area; the population of the region is 1002.9 thousand residents (2009).
Kostroma Region is a subject of the Russian Federation included into the Central Federal District. Kostroma territories are the second largest in Russia after Tver lands – 60.2 thousand km² in area; the population is 786 thousand residents.
Kursk Region is an administrative division of Russia included into the country’s Central Federal District. The region’s territories are 29.8 thousand km² in area; population is 1 183 000 residents. The region was formally established on June 13, 1934.
Lipetsk Region is an administrative unit of the Russian Federation. It is 24.1 thousand km² in area being the 71-th large in Russian and the smallest among the five regions of the Central Black Earth Economic District. The area’s population is 1163 thousand residents (as of January 1, 2009).
Moscow is the capital of the Russian Federation; the administrative center of the Central Federal District and Moscow Region. Administratively, it is not included into Moscow Region.
Moscow Region was established on January 14, 1929; the region is 45 800 km² in area, the population amounts to 6 712. 6 thousand residents.
Oryol Region was formally established on September 27, 1937. The region’s area amounts to 24 700 km², the population is 821.9 thousand people, 64% of them are urban residents.
Ryazan Region was formally established on September 27, 1937. The region’s area is 39 600 km2; the population is 1 157.7 thousand people. Administrative center is Ryazan, a town with 509.8 thousand residents. The distance between Ryazan and Moscow is 145 km.
Smolensk Region was established in 1937. It is 49 800 km2 in area with the population of 974 100 people; 71% are urban residents (the population gradually goes down). The region is within Moscow Time Zone and shares its borders with Byelorussia.
Tambov Region was formally established in 1937. The area is 34 300 km2, the population is 1.2 mln residents. The region lies within Moscow Time Zone.
Tula Region was established in 1937. Its area is 25.7 thousand km2; the population is 1.5 mln people, 80% of them are urban residents. The region lies within Moscow Time Zone.
Tver Region was formally established in 1935. The area is 84.100 km2, the population is 1.3 mln residents. The region lies in Moscow Time Zone. The center is Tver; it was founded in 1135 and is located 167 km away from Moscow.
Vladimir Region, a subject of the Russian Federation, is included into the Central Federal District. It shares borders with Moscow, Yaroslavl, Ivanovo, Ryazan and Nizhny Novgorod regions.
Voronezh Region was established as an administrative division on June 13, 1934. It is included into the Central Federal District. The administrative center of the region is Voronezh. The region’s population is 2 268 026 residents.
Yaroslavl Region is a subject of the Russian Federation included into the Central Federal District. It was formally established in 1936. The administrative center of the region is Yaroslavl. The region’s present boundaries were set up on August 13, 1944.
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