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In 1868 Akmola region was established

In 1868 Akmola region was established
In the nineteenth century Akmola region occupied a much larger area and was the most extensive area in the Central Asian possessions of Russia.

 

October 21, 1868 according to the " Temporary Regulations on management in the steppe regions of Orenburg and West Siberia General Government "  Akmola oblast of the Russian empire centered in Omsk was established.

In the nineteenth centuryAkmola region occupied a much larger area and was the most extensive area in the Central Asian possessions of Russia, which also included the Ural, Turgay, Semipalatinsk, Semirechensk, Fergana, Syrdarya, Samarkand, and the Trans-Caspian regions.

Akmola region stretched from Ulytau and Ishim (in the west ) to the Irtysh River in the north- east from about 45 ° to 54 ° northeast latitude and 95 ° to 105 ° eastern longitude , it was a 594 area 672.6 km ² (including lakes under 11 747.5 km ²). Currently, these areas are occupied today by Akmola region (center), North- Kazakhstan oblast of Kazakhstan and Omsk region (north) of Russia .

The population of the area in 1887 was 463,347 people , including nearly 100,000 Kazakhs.

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