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'''Oryol Oblast''' is a region in the [[Chernozemye]] region, bordering [[Kursk Oblast]] to the southwest, [[Bryansk Oblast]] to the northwest, [[Kaluga Oblast]] to the north, [[Tula Oblast]] to the east, and [[Lipetsk Oblast]] to the southeast.
 
'''Oryol Oblast''' is a region in the [[Chernozemye]] region, bordering [[Kursk Oblast]] to the southwest, [[Bryansk Oblast]] to the northwest, [[Kaluga Oblast]] to the north, [[Tula Oblast]] to the east, and [[Lipetsk Oblast]] to the southeast.
  

Latest revision as of 04:20, 8 September 2014

Oryol Oblast
Location
Oryol in Russia.svg
Flag
Flag of Oryol Oblast.svg
Quick Facts
Capital Oryol(Administrative center)
Government Russian Oblast
Currency Russian Ruble (Pуб.)
Area 24,7002
Population 786,935(2010 est)
Language Official:Russian
Religion Russian Orthodox 40.9%, Non-Religious Spirituality 34%, Atheist 8%, Other 17.1%
Electricity 220V/60Hz (European plug)
Time Zone UTC +4

Oryol Oblast is a region in the Chernozemye region, bordering Kursk Oblast to the southwest, Bryansk Oblast to the northwest, Kaluga Oblast to the north, Tula Oblast to the east, and Lipetsk Oblast to the southeast.

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  • Oryol — the regional capital and only city of any significant size is a destination for its clean air, old churches, and extensive literary and dramatic history
  • Livny — a small city built on the site of a former Russian fort, which often found itself at the center of conflict between the Russians, Cossacks, and Crimean Tatars
  • Mtsensk — a large town near the country house-museum of Ivan Turgenev at Spasskoye-Lutovinovo, where he wrote his Hunter's Sketches

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