Place:Tver, Russia

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NameTver
Alt namesTver Oblast
Kalininskaja oblastsource: USBGN: Foreign Gazetteers
Tver'source: Russia, National Geographic (1993) map supplement
Tverskaya Oblast'source: Getty Vocabulary Program
Tverʹsource: Family History Library Catalog
TypeHistorical Province, Oblast
Coordinates56.75°N 36.5°E
Located inRussia
Also located inTsentralny, Russia    
Contained Places
District
Andreapol
Bezhet︠s︡k
Kali︠a︡zin
Kesova Gora
Ostashkov
Rzhev
Staritsky
Toropetsky
Torzhok
Historical district
Kali︠a︡zin
Kashin
Korcheva
Ostashkov
Rzhev
Staritsky
Torzhok
Historical district & city
Bezhet︠s︡k
Historical village
Sknyatino
Inhabited place
Antipino
Arbuzovo
Bakhmutovo
Belyy Gorodok
Belyy
Ber'ozovskij R'adok
Berezayka
Bezhetsk ( 1100 - )
Bol'shiye Gorki
Bol'shiye Ruch'i
Bol'shoye Mikhaylovskoye
Bol'shoye Ramen'ye
Bologovo
Bologoye
Borodino
Brusovo
Chertolino
Danilovskoye
Dobroye
Dorino
Doroshikha
Dvoriši
F'odorovskoje
Firovo
Goritsy
Gorodnya
Gryadtsy
Gusevo
Iljino
Iljinskoje
Ivanishchi
Ivantsëvo
Izoplit
Kablukovo
Kalashnikovo
Karamzino
Karel'skiy Gorodok
Kes'ma
Kharitonovo
Kholmets
Khotilovo
Kimry
Kiveriči
Knyazhy Gory
Konakovo
Korolevshchina
Kozlovo
Krasnomayskiy
Krasnoye Znamya
Krasnyy Gorodok
Krasnyy Kholm
Krasukha
Kryuchkovo
Kushalino
Kuvshinovo
Kuzhenkino
Lesnoye
Likhoslavl
Lisitsy
Luginino
Lykoshino
Maksatikha
Malyshevo
Martisovo
Mednoye
Molodoy-Tud
Morkiny Gory
Mostovaya
Msta
Muravjovo
Nagorskoye
Nelidovo
Nerl
Nikulino
Novos'olki
Novoye Zarech'ye
Novozavidovskiy
Obukhova
Okhvat
Okt'abr'
Olenino
Osechenka
Osuga
Ovinishche
Panino
Peno
Peretrusovo
Ploskosh
Pogoreloye Gorodishche
Polovo
Prislon
Pushkino
Rameshki
Rantsevo
Rechane
Redkino
Remennitsy
Rodnya
Rozhdestveno
Rozhdestvo
Ryad
Sandovo
Sav'olovo
Sel'tsy
Selishche
Selizharovo
Shapkovo
Shikhtovo
Sonkovo
Spirovo
Staraya Toropa
Staryy Ryad
Steklino
Stepurino
Sukhoverkovo
Sukromlya
Sverdlovo
Sytkovo
Trud
Turginovo
Tver' ( 1100 - )
Tver
Udomlya
Vailjevskij Moch
Vednoye
Velikookt'abr'skij
Verchn'aja Troica
Vesyegonsk
Vidogoshchi
Vypolzovo
Vyshka
Vyshniy Volochëk
Vyshny Volochyok
Vysokoye
Yeltsy
Yes'ki
Yesenovichi
Zabory
Zapadnaya Dvina
Zarechye
Zavidovo
Zemtsy
Zharkovskiy
Zhukopa
Zubtsov
Šinkovo
Unknown
Tverʹ
Ves′egonsk
Vyshniĭ-Volochok
Zubt︠s︡ov
source: Getty Thesaurus of Geographic Names
source: Family History Library Catalog


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Tver Oblast (Tverskaya oblast) is a federal subject of Russia (an oblast). Its administrative center is the city of Tver. From 1935 to 1990, it was known as Kalinin Oblast, named after Mikhail Kalinin. Population: 1,353,392 (2010 Census).

Tver Oblast is a region of lakes, such as Seliger and Brosno. Much of the remaining area is occupied by the Valdai Hills, where the Volga, the Western Dvina, and the Dnieper have their source.

Tver Oblast is one of the tourist regions of Russia with a modern tourist infrastructure. There are also many historic towns: Torzhok, Toropets, Zubtsov, Kashin, Vyshny Volochyok, and Kalyazin. The oldest of these is Rzhev, primarily known for the Battles of Rzhev in World War II. Staritsa was a seat of the last appanage principality in Russia. Ostashkov is a major tourist center.

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