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Tomsk

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Tomsk is a city and the administrative center of Tomsk Oblast, Russia, located on the Tom River. One of the oldest towns in Siberia, Tomsk celebrated its 400th anniversary in 2004. Population: 524,669 ; 487,838 ; 501,963 .

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Google previewAsiatic Journal (1819)

March 17th, we left Tomsk about 12 o'clock. Tomsk is a large city, but the capital of the least of the Siberian provinces. It stands upon ...

Google previewHarper's New Monthly Magazine (1868)

Tomsk is an important commercial centre, and in summer it is reached by steamboats from Tumen on the western border of the steppe. Excluding a detour to the Altai Mountains, three hundred miles to the southward, we were a whole week Vol. XXXVII.–No. 220.–G G in crossing this flat or gently-undulating region, where scanty birches were the principal trees, and tall grasses, pushing through the snow, told of the fertility of the soil in summer. Winter and summer fearful storms occur ...

Google previewAUTHENTIC INSIGHTS (2010)

by Cecelia Frances Page

Tomsk is a university city and has a half dozen major academic establishments. Tomsk was closed during the Soviet period. It is open to foreigners today. The downtown area is called Lenina and is an architectural and entertainment smorgasbord dotted with restaurants, bars and shops. Some wooden architecture is the Hunter House, Russian-German House, Dragon House, Peacock House, Kirous House, Shishor-House, Znameniye, Bozhyey Maataeri Church and Sshkoola School.

Google previewRemarkable World Travels (2009)

by Cecelia Frances Page, Steve Omar

Tomsk is an attractive city with its pleasant and picturesque wooden buildings, quality cafes and restaurants. Some hours away outside Novokuznetsk is the ski resort of Sheregesh, its surrounding hills and mountains breathtaking in both winter and summer. The beautiful Altai Mountains are home to lush forests and magnificent snow-capped peaks as well as centuries old standing stone idols and long winding passes through magnificently desolate landscapes. Visitors need to learn ...

Google previewHarper's Magazine (1868)

by Henry Mills Alden, Thomas Bucklin Wells

Tomsk is an important commercial centre, and in summer it is reached by steamboats from Tumenon the western border of the steppe. Excluding a detour to the Altai Mountains, three hundred miles to the southward, we were a whole week Vol. XXXVII.— No. 220.— Go in crossing this flat or gently-undulating region, where scanty birches were the principal trees, and tall grasses, pushing through the snow, told of the fertility of the soil in summer. Winter and summer fearful storms occur ...

Google previewIn the World of the Outcasts (2014)

Notes of a Former Penal Laborer by Petr I︠A︡kubovich

Tomsk is a city in what was then called Western Siberia. Barnaul ...

Google previewGeographical Dictionary of the World

Tomsk. Tolt, a post-village of King co., Wash. The banking point is Seattle. Fop. about 250. Toltec, a post-village of Lonoke co., Ark., on the St. Louis Southwestern R. The banking point is Little Rock. Toltec Gorge, an imposing mountain-pass or defile in Rio Arriba co., N.Mex., near the Colorado border, and on the line of the Denver and Rio Grande R. Tolten, tol-ten', a river of Chile, flows from the Lake of Villarica, and enters the Pacific Ocean 50 miles N. of Valdivia. Tolu, a banking ...

Google previewA universal gazetteer; or, Geographical dictionary of the world (1835)

by George Thomas Landmann

Tomsk, a government of Asia, Russia, Siberia, bounded N by the Frozen-ocean, E by ...

Google previewEncyclopaedia Britannica (1824)

Supplement to the 4th, 5th, and 6th Editions ... With Preliminary Dissertations on the History of the Sciences ...

Tomsk, in latitude 56°29' 39", ...

Google previewThe Edinburgh Gazetteer, Or Geographical Dictionary: Containing a Description of the Various Countries, Kingdoms, States, Cities, Towns, Mountains, &c. of the World (1827)

An Account of the Government, Customs, and Religion of the Inhabitants; the Boundaries and Natural Productions of Each Country, &c. &c. Forming a Complete Body of Geography, Physical, Political, Statistical, and Commercial in Six Volumes. With Addenda: Containg the Present State of the New Governments in South America, the Burmese Empire, a Summary of the Recent Voyages and Travels in the East, North America, and in Africa, with the Last Population Returns of 1821

- Tomsk, a considerable city of Asiatic Russia, capital of an extensive district. It is situated on the right bank of the Tom, about 25 miles from its junction with the Obi. This, like the other Siberian cities, was originally a mere wooden ...

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