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Tyumen Oblast
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Tyumen Oblast

Tyumen Oblast (Тюме́нская о́бласть) is a regional subdivision of Russia in the Urals Federal District. Its administrative center is the city of Tyumen. It contains two autonomous districts, Khantia-Mansia, and Yamalia. Excluding the autonomous districts, Tyumen Oblast has an area of 159,869.7 km² (including the autonomies, it is Russia's third largest subdivision) and a population of 3,264,800 (2002). Tyumen is the largest city with over half a million inhabitants.

Administrative Division

Districts

Tyumen Oblast consists of the following districts (Russian: районы):

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