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Tobolsk (Russian: Тобо́льск) is part of the Tyumen Oblast in Russia. It is near many rivers. It is one of the few towns in Russia that have stone fortresses, known as kremlins. According to the census in 2002, 92,880 people live inside it. Its economy depends mostly on its oil. In February 1917, Nicholas II abdicated the throne, and his family, including his youngest daughter Anastasia, were moved to Tobolsk.
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- "4. ЧИСЛЕННОСТЬ НАСЕЛЕНИЯ РОССИИ, СУБЪЕКТОВ РОССИЙСКОЙ ФЕДЕРАЦИИ В СОСТАВЕ ФЕДЕРАЛЬНЫХ ОКРУГОВ, РАЙОНОВ, ГОРОДСКИХ ПОСЕЛЕНИЙ, СЕЛЬСКИХ НАСЕЛЕННЫХ ПУНКТОВ – РАЙОННЫХ ЦЕНТРОВ И СЕЛЬСКИХ НАСЕЛЕННЫХ ПУНКТОВ С НАСЕЛЕНИЕМ 3 ТЫСЯЧИ И БОЛЕЕ ЧЕЛОВЕК". perepis2002.ru. Archived from the original on 25 December 2018. Retrieved 29 October 2010.
- King Greg, Wilson Penny (2003). The Fate of the Romanovs. John Wiley and Sons, Inc. ISBN 0-471-20768-3
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- Brumfield, William Tobolsk: Architectural Heritage in Photographs Moscow: Tri Kvadrata, 2006 ISBN 5946070630 (in English and in Russian)