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Яблоня лесная по выгодной цене от Фазенда.
 federal okrug: Central
 economic region: Central
 area: 29.9 th.sq.km.
 population: 1 097 th.p.
 index of car numbers: 40
 
 History

Kaluzhskaya region was founded in 1944.

Kaluzhskaya land was Russian front outpost. There were fierce fights with tataro-mongols. In 1606-1607 Kaluga was the centre of the rebellion under Ivan Bolotnikov`s direction. In 17-18 centuries Kaluga became a big trading centre of Russia. By the middle of the 19th century it became a quite provincial town.
 

 Geographical location

Kaluzhskaya region is situated in the centre of the East-European plain. The region borders on Orlovskaya region in the south, on Bryanskaya region in the south-west, on Smolenskaya region in the west, on Moskovskaya region in the north, on Tulskaya region in the east. Smolenskaya highland is located in the west and north-west, Middle Russian highland - in the east.

Main rivers are the Oka, the Zhizdra. The climate is temperate continental.
 

 Administrative division

In the region there are 24 districts, 4 towns of the regional submission, 13 towns of district submission, 14 town settlements, 336 villages.

Centre of the region is the town of Kaluga. It was founded in 1371.
 

 Culture

Many outstanding people were from Kaluzhskaya region. In 1892 a researcher, scientist in aviation and astronautics K. E. Tsiolkovsky lived in Kaluga. That is why Kaluga is called "the cradle of astronautics". In 1920s the founder of geliobiology, A. L. Chizhevskiy worked there. From Kaluzhskaya region there were a well-known mathematician P. L. Chebyshev, the first woman-president of Russian Academy of Sciences E. R. Dashkova, admiral D. N. Senyavin, architect V. I. Bazhenov, seafarer S. I. Cheluskin, pilot-cosmonaut A. S. Eliseev.

Kaluzhskaya region is famous for a big network of scientific establishments. More than 1000 Masters and Doctors of Sciences work there. In Kaluga there are a lot of research and planning Institutes, laboratories, construction offices. Obninsk is called the town of science. Here there is the first atomic electric station, physics-power engineering Institute, where problems of peaceful exploitation of atomic energy are being researched.

The region is rich in museums, monuments of architecture, history and art.
 

 
 
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