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The Vladimir Region is located in the centre of Eastern-European Valley east of the capital of the Russian Federation, Moscow. It's convenient location makes it very easy to reach. The administrative centre of the region is 198 km away from Moscow.

Being a neighbour of Moscow and the Moscow Region provides the Vladimir Region the scientific potential for economic development and skilled staff training. The region is located close to raw material bases: the Urals, the Volga Region, and the central metallurgic base, where the region gets oil, gas, coal, metal, chemical raw materials and other natural resources.

The main mineral resources of the Vladimir region are limestone, peat, mason’s sand and stones, flint and brick clay.

The Vladimir region is famous for such ancient cities as Aleksandrov, Gorokhovet, Murom, Yuryev-Polskiy, and Gus-Khrustalniy; for their architectural, historical, cultural and religious places of interest, places for Orthodox pilgrimages, such as Suzdal (the monastery of the Saviour and St. Euthimius; Alexandrov; the Intercession and the Ordination monasteries); and for their unique architectural and landscape landmarks such as the Church of Intercession on the river Nerl in the village Bogolyubovo. The main part of the Golden Ring route goes through the region.

The Vladimir region ranks 3rd in the RF in visits to museums, which is 1.78 times higher than the index of the Central Federal District and 2.5 times than in the RF. The Vladimir Region is sometimes called tbe pearl of Russian nature and soil reservation.

Investors, who have already realized their projects on the territory of the Vladimir Region, are expanding their production and forming long-term strategic plans in cooperation with the Regional Administration, which shows good a administrative atmosphere for leading businesses on the territory of the Vladimir Region.





 

Governor of Vladimir region
Svetlana Orlova
 
  • Centre administratif

    Vladimir

  • District fédéral

    District fédéral central

  • Distance jusqu'à Moscou

    180 km

  • Fuseau horaire

    UTC+4/MSK

  • Population

    1406.00 un million de personnes

    3.10% de la population maîtrise l'anglais

  • Superficie de la région

    29,1 mille km2

 

Indicateurs économiques

  • Produit régional brut

    307 486 milliards
    ₽ 216 916,60 milliards mille par habitant
  • Volume d’investissements directs étrangers

    $ 331,70 millions
    $ 235,90 par habitant
  • Investissements dans le capital fixe

    75,67 mille roubles
    ₽ 53 685 mille par habitant
  • Niveau de chômage enregistré

    4,30 %
  • Importance relative des entreprises rentables

    67 %
  • Average cost of living

    7 954
  • Rémunération mensuelle moyenne

    22 581
Produit régional brut
milliards mille par habitant
Volume d’investissements directs étrangers
Investissements dans le capital fixe
Fixed investment per capita
Niveau de chômage enregistré
Rémunération mensuelle moyenne
Importance relative des entreprises rentables

Situation géographique et climat

Villes principales

  •  

    Vladimir

    352,7 mille personnes

  •  

    Kovrov

    141,1 mille personnes

  •  

    Murom

    120,5 mille personnes

  •  

    Aleksandrov

    60,6 mille personnes

 
 
Jours de soleil par an Niveau moyen de précipitations par an
259 608 mm
Température journalière de janvier Température journalière de juillet
-14°С 23°С
Période de plantation, de végétation et de récolte Durée d'enneigement
6 de mois 6 de mois
Zone naturelle
Forêts mixtes
 

Ressources naturelles

  • Ressources minérales

    Argile
    130200 thousand m3
    Sable
    207526 thousand m3
    Calcaire
    363695 thousand m3
  • Ressources minérales combustibles

    Tourbe
    131426 thousand tonnes
  • Autres ressources

    Ressources forestières annual volume of exploitation 2168 thousand m3

 
 

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