- Penza Oblast
Infobox Russian federal subject
Coat of Arms of Penza Oblast
Flag of Penza Oblast
February 4, 1939
PoliticalStatusLink=Oblasts of Russia
Penza Oblast ( _ru. Пе́нзенская о́бласть, "Penzenskaya oblast") is a federal subject of
Russia(an oblast). It is located in the Volga Federal District. The administrative center is Penza.
Area: 43,200 km²; population: 1,452,941 (as of the 2002 Census).
Total number of births: 11,827 (2005) 12,046 (2006)
Total number of deaths: 25,790 (2005) 24,042 (2006) [http://www.penza.ru/en/about_penza/Population]
*Births: 7,962 (Jan-July 2008)
*Deaths: 13,608 (Jan-July 2008 [http://www.penza.ru/common/pepole] )
Penza is covered by two Russian nationwide cellular providers:
Beelineand Megafon, and two regional cell networks — Smartsand ON-GSM. Those are working in GSM 900/1800 standard.
*ru icon [http://www.penza.ru/root Official website of Penza Oblast] .
* [http://spravkapnz.ru/ The regional catalogue of Penza City and Penza Oblast enterprises] ru icon
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