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    Omsk Region

Everyone who has once visited Omsk notices its openness and peculiarity. The city on the banks of the Irtish and Om rivers is beautiful in a Siberian manner, characteristic only of the Siberian towns. The region is worth visiting for its remarkable nature, historical heritage and crafts work.

If you take a boat excursion down the Irtysh River from the river station, youll be able to enjoy endless forests and unforgettable views of the Western Siberia. Exploring a section of the Irtysh or Ob rivers may become the highlight of your trip to Siberia. Especially as the climate in the region is much warmer compared to the rest of Siberia, allowing pine, spruce and fir to dominate the forests.

When you come to this part of Russia, you will be surprised by the first settlers courage and persistence in exploring and inhabiting this unfriendly, severe but beautiful land.

Tags: Russian tourism Russian regions Omsk Region Russian history Siberia 


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