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Penza Oblast in its present form was established on February, 4th, 1939. It lies in the East European Plain (also called the Russian Plain) and occupies the central and western parts of the Volga Upland. The region stretches 330 km west to east, 204 km north to south, and covers the area of 43,300 km2.
The population of the region amounts to 1,379,800 people and includes 80 different ethnicities and nationalities.
461,900 people live in the countryside. There are 11 towns and 16 urban settlements in the region. The largest towns are Kuznetsk (87,700 residents), Kamenka (39,100 residents), Serdobsk (35,000 residents) More info

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Ministry of Culture and Tourism of the Penza Region