Siberia

territory in Russia east of Urals
(Redirected from North Asia)

Siberia is the part of Russia that is in Asia. It covers wide landscapes, and stretches from the Ural Mountains to the Pacific. It goes from the Arctic Ocean to the border with China, Kazakhstan, and Mongolia. The Yenisei river is sometimes called the border between east Siberia and west Siberia. Siberia covers about 70% of all Russian territory, but only 26% of Russians live there. It is one of the coldest places on Earth where people live. 70% of people in Siberia live in big cities and small towns.

       Siberian Federal District        Geographic Russian Siberia        Northern Asia (and Siberia according to many non-Russian sources)

Novosibirsk is the largest city in Siberia, with a population more than 1.5 million. Omsk and Krasnoyarsk also have populations of over a million people. Tomsk and Kemerovo have populations of over a 500 thousand population. Tomsk is one of the most beautiful places in Siberia, it has the best education in Siberia. Omsk has got very polluted air.

Siberian peopleEdit

Many different ethnic groups live in Siberia. They are sometimes called Sibiryak (Russian: сибиряк) or Sybirak (Russian: сыбирак, from Polish) people. Most people in Siberia who are not Slavic, are Turkic peoples. The first Slavic settlers, from European Russia, arrived in the 17th century.

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