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Administrative region of Tula Oblast, Russia

Location of administrative region of Tula Oblast on a map

Tula Oblast is a administrative region found in the nation of Russia. Home to 1,675,758 people, it is the 27th largest division in Russia in terms of population.

Tula Oblast gained its current status as a administrative region in the year 1937. The government of Tula Oblast is lead by Vladimir Gruzdevand is based in the administrative region capital of Tula (Population: 468,825).

The most populous cities in Tula Oblast are: Tula (Population: 468,825), Novomoskovsk (Population: 130,982), Aleksin (Population: 66,885), Shchekino (Population: 60,700), Uzlovaya (Population: 58,458).

Tula Oblast Administrative region - Quick Facts

Country Russia
Region Type Administrative region
Time Zone MSK
Year of Establishment 1937
Capital Tula (Population: 468,825)
Head of Government Vladimir Gruzdev
Total Population 1,675,758
Total Area 25,700 sq km (9,923 sq miles)
Population Density 65.2 sq km (168.9 sq miles)
This page was last updated on July 24, 2015.

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