Surgut. My Native Town.
Ситникова Ксения Дмитриевна
Maybe I live in one of the coldest cities of Russia. Namely, in Surgut. Have you ever heard about this city? It is situated in the center of the West Siberian Plain, on the Ob river near its junction with the Irtysh river. It is the largest city in Khanty–Mansi Autonomous Region. Now I will tell you the history of my city. It was founded in 1594 by Tsar Feodor I and is one of the oldest in Siberia. The name of the city, according to one tradition, originates from the Khanty words "sur" (fish) and "gut" (hole, pit). In the another version, translated from the Khanty "Surgut" - "fish place". The urbanization of Surgut took place in the 1960s, when it became a center of oil and gas production. Now the emblem of the city of Surgut - in a gold box is a black fox with silver tail, which runs along the azure ground. Surgut is a city for everyone, young and old. If you want to have fun in Surgut you would go to entertainment centers, cinemas and restaurants. Here are some of them: Vershina, Aurora, Mir and so on. But if you do not like places that are too noisy, you can go for a walk to one of the largest parks in Surgut – Saima. There are also many historical and famous places in Surgut. Some of them are: Monument to the founders of Siberia (located in the heart of the city) - the composition is symbolic: the personification of the idea of statehood (Prince) of military force (voevoda) and the embodiment of images of people whose hands built the city (Cossack), the figure of a priest - the image of the idea of orthodoxy. Everyone who came to our city, will be able to find a hobby, and appreciate the beauty of our region and city. People of different cultures and traditions live in our city. I admire of my native town and invite everybody to Surgut!
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