Where is Tagil?
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Many of us have heard about the Lower or Upper Tagil. And, probably, are interested in their location. Where is Tagil? In the Sverdlovsk Oblast of the Russian Federation, the Tagil River flows, which in translation from Tagalog means “plenty of water”. This river is a right tributary of the Tura River, originates in the Middle Urals. Its length is about 414 km and its area is about 10,000 km2. Along this river are located the cities of Verkhny Tagil and Nizhny Tagil and the freshwater reservoirs of the Upper Tagil, Nizhny Tagil, Lenevsk and small villages. About the location of these cities talk more.
Where is Nizhny Tagil?
The city of Nizhny Tagil is located in the Sverdlovsk region of Russia and is considered the administrative center in the city district of Nizhny Tagil, in the Gornouralsk city district, the Gorno-Zavod administrative district. It was built on the eastern slope of the Middle Urals, 20-25 km from the conventional border of Europe and Asia at an altitude of about 200 meters above sea level.The distance is 150 km north of Ekaterinburg, 1850 km from Moscow. The coordinates on the map: 57.91 north latitude, 59.99 east longitude. The city was founded in 1725 as a village at the Nizhny Tagil Metallurgical Plant. Now it is one of the most important industrial centers of the Urals. The city is famous for developing high-quality metal. It was even used in the construction of the Statue of Liberty in New York. You can get to Nizhny Tagil both by road and by rail.
Where is Upper Tagil located?
Verkhniy Tagil - a town (until 1966 settlement) of the Sverdlovsk region of the Russian Federation, is considered the central part of the urban district of Verkhny Tagil. It is also located in the east of the Middle Urals, in the upper part of the Tagil River. Location: 82 km north-west from Yekaterinburg, 1953 km from Moscow. Founded in 1716, Verkhniy Tagil is not a resort, but a modern industrial city of power engineers and builders, surprising visitors with high-rise buildings, lush greenery and local sights.