Tyumen was the first Russian settlement in Siberia. Founded in 1586 to support Russia's eastward expansion, the city has remained one of the most important industrial and economic centers east of the Ural Mountains. Located at the junction of several important trade routes and with easy access to navigable waterways, Tyumen rapidly developed from a small military settlement to a large commercial and industrial city. The central part of Old Tyumen retains many historic buildings from throughout the city's history.
Tyumen covers an area of 235 square kilometers (91sqmi). Its primary geographical feature is the Tura River, which crosses the city from northwest to southeast. The river is navigable downstream of the city. The left bank of the Tura is a floodplain surrounded by gently rolling hills. The Tura is a shallow river with extensive marshlands.
Police in China have detained a woman for "deliberately concealing" her contact with someone from an area stricken by the coronavirus and jeopardising efforts to stop its spread, the Xinhua news agency reported on Tuesday ... The two cases were registered in the Zabaikalsky and Tyumen regions of Siberia, Russian news agencies reported.
In January, in response to a news report that the head of the Information Department of the city of Tyumen used his private airplane to go mushroom hunting, StalinGulag wrote. "News under the heading 'Feel Your Insignificance.' The director of the s**t department of s**tty Tyumen flies off for mushroom hunting on his personal plane.