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'''Perm Krai''' is a region in the foothills of the [[Urals|Ural Mountains]], bordering [[Udmurtia]] to the southwest, [[Kirov Oblast]] to the west, [[Komi Republic]] to the north, [[Sverdlovsk Oblast]] to the east, and [[Bashkortostan]] to the south.
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'''Perm Krai''' ([[Russian phrasebook|Russian]]: Пе́рмский край ''PYEHRM-skee krigh'') is a region in the foothills of the [[Urals|Ural Mountains]], bordering [[Udmurtia]] to the southwest, [[Kirov Oblast]] to the west, [[Komi Republic]] to the north, [[Sverdlovsk Oblast]] to the east, and [[Bashkortostan]] to the south.
  
 
==Regions==
 
==Regions==
  
* Permyakia — a large, but sparsely populated region in the northwest of Perm Krai, where ethnic Komi-Permyaks constitute a majority
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* Permyakia a large, but sparsely populated region in the northwest of Perm Krai, where ethnic Komi-Permyaks constitute a majority
  
 
==Cities==
 
==Cities==
  
* [[Perm]] — the capital is a major industrial city with nearly one million residents
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* [[Perm]] the capital is a major industrial city with nearly one million residents
* [[Berezniki]] — the second largest city in the region is a mid-sized industrial Stalinist monster
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* [[Berezniki]] the second largest city in the region is a mid-sized industrial Stalinist monster
* [[Cherdyn]] — this village is purportedly the capital of the medieval Komi state, Great Perm, and was the site of the great Russian poet Osip Mandelshtam's exile
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* [[Cherdyn]] this village is purportedly the capital of the medieval Komi state, Great Perm, and was the site of the great Russian poet Osip Mandelshtam's exile
* [[Kudymkar]] — a large town serving as the capital of the Komi-Permyak Okrug
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* [[Kudymkar]] a large town serving as the capital of the Komi-Permyak Okrug
* [[Kungur]] — a small 17th century city with some fine 18th century architecture; near the Belogorsky Monastery and excellent spelunking opportunities in the Kungur Ice Cave
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* [[Kungur]] a small 17th century city with some fine 18th century architecture; near the Belogorsky Monastery and excellent spelunking opportunities in the Kungur Ice Cave
  
 
==Other destinations==
 
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Latest revision as of 22:41, 19 May 2010

Perm Krai (Russian: Пе́рмский край PYEHRM-skee krigh) is a region in the foothills of the Ural Mountains, bordering Udmurtia to the southwest, Kirov Oblast to the west, Komi Republic to the north, Sverdlovsk Oblast to the east, and Bashkortostan to the south.

Regions[edit]

  • Permyakia — a large, but sparsely populated region in the northwest of Perm Krai, where ethnic Komi-Permyaks constitute a majority

Cities[edit]

  • Perm — the capital is a major industrial city with nearly one million residents
  • Berezniki — the second largest city in the region is a mid-sized industrial Stalinist monster
  • Cherdyn — this village is purportedly the capital of the medieval Komi state, Great Perm, and was the site of the great Russian poet Osip Mandelshtam's exile
  • Kudymkar — a large town serving as the capital of the Komi-Permyak Okrug
  • Kungur — a small 17th century city with some fine 18th century architecture; near the Belogorsky Monastery and excellent spelunking opportunities in the Kungur Ice Cave

Other destinations[edit]

  • Bassegi Nature Reserve
  • Vishersky Nature Reserve

Understand[edit]

Perm, the capital, is the main attraction in Perm Krai, which sees travelers coming through on the Trans-Siberian Railway.

Talk[edit]

See Russian phrasebook.

Get in[edit]

There are three international flights per week to Perm from Frankfurt (6 hours). Domestic flights arrive daily from Moscow (2 hours) and nearby Yekaterinburg. Flights from Saint Petersburg are less frequent, but also take just 2 hours.

The Trans-Siberian Railway runs through Perm Krai and stops at Perm and Kungur.

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Get out[edit]

The next stops on the Trans-Siberian Railway are Glazov, Udmurtia to the west and Pervouralsk, Sverdlovsk Oblast to the east.

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