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Omsk hotels

Omsk, found in 1716, is the second largest Siberian city by population, the centre of Omsk region and a large port on Irtysh river. By the late 19th century the city has become the centre of a large province. Omsk is one of the cultural centers of Siberia. The city is by right reputed as the theatre center. There are 6 theatres in the city, the oldest of which - Omsk Academic Drama Theatre - was established in 1874. One of the largest museums of fine arts found in 1924 is also situated in Omsk. More than 16000 invaluable pieces of art are gathered there. The present-day Omsk is a large industrial centre of Siberia where the largest enterprises of the petrochemical, the chemical, the aircraft, the electrical and the machine-building industries are situated. Omsk is the garden city, the city of wide squares and avenues, cosy green parks and gardens. Numerous monuments will tell you about glorious past and present of the city.
Molodyozhnaya
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Molodyozhnaya - 3

Molodyozhnaya Hotel, built in 1989 and reconstructed in 2000, is located in a residential area and is easily accessed from all areas of the city. Sightseeing: Nature Relic "Birds Harbour", Sibirian Orthodox Culture Centre.

Irtysh
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Irtysh - 4

Built in 1992. It is located in the central part of Omsk.

25 minutes drive from the "Omsk" airport (5 km), 25 minutes from the railway station

Tourist
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Tourist - 3

Sightseeing: Music Theatre, Drama Theatre, Vrubel Museum