Perm

 
Perm
Perm
Capital of Perm Krai, one of the largest Russian cities, an important economic, industrial and cultural center of the Urals, and a major  transportation and logistics hub. It was founded as a settlement close to the Yegoshikha Copper Factory by decree of Peter I. During the reign of Catherine II it became a provincial city. Most of the buildings in the center of the city date to this period. The following Russian celebrities were born or lived in Perm: the creator of the "Russian Ballet Troupe in Paris” Sergei Diaghilev, the philosopher Peter Struve, Popov, the inventor of the radio, and others.

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