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Oblasts of Russia

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Oblasts of Russia

Category Federated state
Location Russian Federation
Number 47
Populations 156,996 (Magadan Oblast) – 7,095,120 (Moscow Oblast)
Areas 25,000 km2 (9,500 sq mi) (Oryol Oblast) – 768,000 km2 (296,500 sq mi) (Irkutsk Oblast)
Government Oblast Government
Subdivisions Selsoviet, Okrug, Urban-type settlement

The Russian Federation is divided into 83 subjects (subyekty), of which 46 are oblasts (Russian: Области; "provinces", sing. oblast).

  1. Amur
  2. Arkhangelsk
  3. Astrakhan
  4. Belgorod
  5. Bryansk
  6. Chelyabinsk
  7. Chita (defunct)
  8. Irkutsk
  9. Ivanovo
  10. Kaliningrad
  11. Kaluga
  12. Kemerovo
  13. Kirov
  14. Kostroma
  15. Kurgan
  16. Kursk
  1. Leningrad
  2. Lipetsk
  3. Magadan
  4. Moscow
  5. Murmansk
  6. Nizhny Novgorod
  7. Novgorod
  8. Novosibirsk
  9. Omsk
  10. Orenburg
  11. Oryol
  12. Penza
  13. Pskov
  14. Rostov
  15. Ryazan
  16. Sakhalin
  1. Samara
  2. Saratov
  3. Smolensk
  4. Sverdlovsk
  5. Tambov
  6. Tomsk
  7. Tver
  8. Tula
  9. Tyumen
  10. Ulyanovsk
  11. Vladimir
  12. Volgograd
  13. Vologda
  14. Voronezh
  15. Yaroslavl
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