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*  Catocala adultera
It is found in northern Europe, from Siberia to the Russian Far East (Altai, Ussuri, Amur) and Mongolia. Its wingspan is 73 to ...
*  Władysław Turowicz
Turowicz was born to an aristocratic family in the village of Wadziejewsko in Siberia (Russia) in 1908, where he graduated from ... as it was unusual for Polish aristocrats to live in Siberia for non-political reasons. From an early age on, Turowicz was ...
*  Siberia
... has historically been a part of Russia since the 16th and 17th centuries. The territory of Siberia extends eastwards ... Siberia was a destination for sending exiles. The first great modern change in Siberia was the Trans-Siberian Railway, ... "Siberia-Britannica online encyclopedia". Britannica.com. Retrieved 15 May 2010. ""Siberia"". Archived from the original on 24 ... The Yenisei River conditionally divides Siberia into five parts, Western and Eastern. Siberia stretches southwards from the ...
*  Siberia, Indiana
Siberia is an unincorporated community in Clark Township, Perry County, in the U.S. state of Indiana. Siberia was platted in ... A post office was established at Siberia in 1883, and remained in operation until it was discontinued in 1983. Siberia is ... "Siberia, Indiana". Geographic Names Information System. United States Geological Survey. Retrieved July 22, 2017. Hunt, Thomas ... However, a Post Office Department employee designated the new community as Siberia, and the name stuck. ...
*  1094 Siberia
The asteroid was named after the vast region of Siberia in North Asia. Siberia is a member of the Eunomia family (502), a ... Schmadel, Lutz D. (2007). "(1094) Siberia". Dictionary of Minor Planet Names - (1094) Siberia. Springer Berlin Heidelberg. p. ... 1094 Siberia, provisional designation 1926 CB, is a Eunomian asteroid from the central regions of the asteroid belt, ... In the SMASS classification, Siberia is a Xk-subtype, that transitions from the X-type to the K-type asteroids, while the ...
*  Siberia, Siberia
... (Russian: Сибирь, Сибирь...) is a non-fiction book by the Russian writer Valentin Rasputin. It was originally ... Valentin Rasputin; Margaret Winchell; Gerald Mikkelson (October 29, 1997). Siberia, Siberia. Northwestern University Press. ... His Siberia, Siberia is both an excursion into the human history of the region, and a diatribe against the industrial ... Rasputin's Siberia, Siberia, and Russian Colonialism --Soviet and Post-Soviet. ...
*  La Siberia
Climate of Spain Official website of La Siberia Information about La Siberia and Extremadura Diputación de Badajoz, Comarcas. ... Geography of La Siberia (Spanish)[permanent dead link] La Siberia (Spanish) Archived 2008-12-11 at the Wayback Machine. ... Hunting and fishing in La Siberia (Spanish) Species of fish in La Siberia (Spanish) Climate of Badajoz Archived 2011-07-20 at ... La Siberia has an average high of 23.3 °C (73.9 °F) and an average low of 9.9 °C (49.8 °F). The hottest month is July with an ...
*  Siberia, California
Siberia has been noted for its unusual place name. Siberia was a water stop and a rail siding for the Santa Fe Railroad and a ... Siberia is a ghost town in the Mojave Desert of San Bernardino County, California, United States. It lies along historic Route ... List of ghost towns in the United States "Siberia". Geographic Names Information System. United States Geological Survey. ...
*  New Siberia
... Island is low lying, rising to only 76 metres (249 feet) and covered with tundra vegetation. The island is a part ... New Siberia Island consists of clastic sediments ranging from Late Cretaceous to Pleistocene in age. The Late Cretaceous ... Yakov Sannikov was the first recorded European to set foot on New Siberia Island, in 1806. He discovered it during one of ... Jan Eskymo Welzl List of islands of Russia Fujita, K., and D.B. Cook, 1990, The Arctic continental margin of eastern Siberia, ...
*  Western Siberia
... or West Siberia (Russian: Западная Сибирь) is a part of the greater Siberia. It lays between the region of Ural ... The area of Western Siberia is 2.5 million square kilometres. Nearly 80% of the Western Siberia's area is located within the ... The most populous city of Western Siberia is the city of Novosibirsk. Other major cities include: Omsk Tyumen Surgut Barnaul ... Tomsk Kemerovo Novokuznetsk Kurgan Pavlodar Petropavlovsk Semipalatinsk Ust-Kamenogorsk "Western Siberia". Geographical ...
*  Siberia Cup
The Siberia Cup was a professional tennis tournament played on indoor hard courts. The event was part of the ATP Challenger ...
*  In Siberia
... is a 1999 travel book by the English writer Colin Thubron. Published in 1999, the book depicts Thubron's journeys in ... and In Siberia (1999). The book was widely praised by critics. Jan Morris, Kazuo Ishiguro and Anthony Sattin selected it as one ... Siberia in the late 1990s, after the fall of communism. The book is the last of what is regarded as Thubron's "Russia trilogy ...
*  Siberia (disambiguation)
Siberia (TV series), a 2013 American TV series Siberia (opera), a 1903 opera by Umberto Giordano Siberia (Lights album) Siberia ... Siberia is the region of Russia between the Ural Mountains and the Pacific Ocean. Siberia may also refer to: Siberia (continent ... Western Australia or Siberia, an abandoned town in the goldfields 1094 Siberia, an asteroid Siberia (1998 film), a 1998 Dutch ... Siberia (Backstreet Boys song), a song by the Backstreet Boys from Never Gone "Siberian Khatru" or "Siberia", a 1972 song by ...
*  Siberia (opera)
Siberia is an opera in three acts by Umberto Giordano from a libretto by Luigi Illica. It premiered on 19 December 1903 at La ... There is no direct source for the plot of Siberia and it is quite possible that this is an original work by Illica. It was ... Source: Recordings of Siberia on operadis-opera-discography.org.uk The original cast members (Zenatello, Storchio, De Luca and ... The frontier between Russia and Siberia in winter Several prisoners are making their way through the snow on foot to the mines ...
*  Siberia Governorate
In the same year, Siberia Governorate was split into two independent areas: Siberia Province, which consisted of the former ... Siberia, and the Russian Far East some of which were not yet even settled by Russians at the time. Siberia Governorate, ... In therms of the area, Siberia Governorate was by far the biggest among all the governorates, as it included areas in the Urals ... In 1782, Siberia Governorate was abolished, and its area split into Tobolsk Viceroyalty and Kolyvan Viceroyalty. Irkutsk ...
*  Siberia Acoustic
... (alternately stylized as Siberia (Acoustic)) is the first remix album recorded by Canadian electropop artist ... "Siberia (Acoustic) by Lights". iTunes Store (US). Apple Inc. Retrieved 29 April 2015. "Amazon.com: LIGHTS: Siberia Acoustic: ... "Siberia Acoustic - Lights". AllMusic. Retrieved 6 August 2014. "Siberia (Acoustic) by Lights". iTunes Store (CA). Apple Inc. ... "iTunes - Music - Siberia (Acoustic) by Lights". iTunes. Retrieved 28 April 2015. "Lights Unplugs Siberia And Adds Exclusive ...
*  Siberia (continent)
Today, Siberia forms part of the minor supercontinent of Afro-Eurasia. In around 250 million years from now Siberia may be in ... Siberia, also known as Angaraland (or simply Angara) and Angarida, is an ancient craton located in the heart of Siberia. Today ... Baltica and Siberia. Siberia was an independent continent through the lower Paleozoic until, during the Carboniferous Period, ... named after the Angara River in Siberia. About 2.5 billion years ago (Siderian), Siberia was part of a continent of Arctica, ...
*  Saxon Siberia
... (German: Sächsisches Sibirien) is a term referring to the higher regions of the Western Ore Mountains and the ... On page 48 it states: "Report from the so-called Saxon Siberia. We have here on our high mountains a rather extensive region, ... Matthias Seuttern; you would almost be horrified and imagine that our region is a real desert place, a Little Siberia, and as ... "Saxon Siberia" was first explained in detail in a document entitled Mineralogical History of the Saxon Ore Mountains. It was ...
*  Siberia Airport
Arauco Cholguán (Spanish) Los Angeles VOR OpenStreetMap - Siberia OurAirports - Siberia FallingRain - Siberia Airport Accident ... Siberia Airport Spanish: Aeropuerto Siberia, (ICAO: SCGS) is an airport serving the Arauco forest products plant at Cholguán ( ... Chile portal Aviation portal Transport in Chile List of airports in Chile Airport record for Siberia Airport at Landings.com. ... Retrieved 2013-09-03 Google (2013-09-03). "location of Siberia Airport" (Map). Google Maps. Google. Retrieved 2013-09-03. ...
*  Shamanism in Siberia
Some researchers regard Siberia as the heartland of shamanism. The people of Siberia comprise a variety of ethnic groups, many ... The majority of the Uralic population lives outside Siberia. Some of them used to live in Siberia, but have migrated to their ... Czapliczka, M. A. (1914). Shamanism in Siberia: excerpts from Aboriginal Siberia. Vajda, Edward J. "The Altai Turks". Noll, ... During the 4th millennium BC the ancestors of the Hungarian people migrated from their Proto-Uralic homeland in Siberia to the ...
*  Siberia (2018 film)
Siberia' With 'Frank & Lola' Director Matthew Ross - Berlin". Retrieved June 13, 2017. "Keanu Reeves Starring Thriller 'Siberia ... Siberia is an upcoming romantic crime thriller directed by Matthew Ross and written by Scott B. Smith. It stars Keanu Reeves, ... "Keanu Reeves Starring Thriller 'Siberia' Rounds Its Cast; Magda Apanowicz To Co-Star In 'Volition'". Retrieved June 13, 2017. ...
*  Power of Siberia
"Power of Siberia". www.gazprom.com. Retrieved 2017-10-15. "Power of Siberia reaches construction milestone". World Pipelines. ... "Gazprom accelerates plans for Power of Siberia construction". Interfax Global Energy. 2017-08-03. "Power of Siberia targets ... The Power of Siberia (Russian: Сила Сибири) pipeline (formerly known as Yakutia-Khabarovsk-Vladivostok pipeline) is a natural ... "Power of Siberia Pipeline". www.pipeintech.com. "Gas Will Be Delivered to Japan through Vladivostok". Vladivostok Times. 2008- ...
*  Siberia (1998 film)
Siberia is a 1998 Dutch comedy film directed by Robert Jan Westdijk about a group of young Dutchmen who systematically rob ...
*  History of Siberia
West Siberia and East Siberia. West Siberia comprised the Tobolsk and Tomsk governorates, and East Siberia comprised Irkutsk ... Age of Discovery Education in Siberia Explorers of Siberia Ket people List of Sibir khans Russian conquest of Siberia Trans- ... Stolypin and Russian Siberia / Economics and Life (Siberia), #189, 19 May 2003. Online version Farinella, Paolo; Foschini, L.; ... The development of the Siberia was hampered by poor transportation links within the region as well as between Siberia and the ...
*  Siberia (Polvo album)
Siberia is Polvo's sixth full-length studio album. It was released on Merge Records on September 30, 2013. Unlike its ... pitchfork.com/reviews/albums/18576-polvo-siberia/ [1] [2] [3] http://www.mergerecords.com/siberia, https://www.youtube.com/ ...