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Siberia




Siberia is the part of Russia that's in Asia. It covers wide landscapes, and stretches from the Ural Mountains to the Pacific. It goes from the Arctic Ocean to the border with China, Kazakhstan and Mongolia. Siberia covers about 77% of all Russian territory, but only 28% of Russians live there. It is one of the coldest places on Earth where people live. 70% of people in Siberia live in big cities and small towns.

Novosibirsk is the largest city in Siberia, with a population more than 1.5 million. Omsk and Krasnoyarsk also have populations of over a million people. Big citites Yekaterinburg (almost 1.5 million) and Chelyabinsk (almost 1.2 million) are situated in Northern Asia, but not in the Siberian Federal District.

Siberian people


There are many differnt ethnic groups that live in Siberia. They are sometimes called Sibiryak or Sybirak people. The first settlers arrived in the 17th century.

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