The territory is 141,140 km², which is 0.82% of the area of Russia.
The highlight of our stand is the work of Omsk “Levsha” (“Lefty”) – microminiaturist Anatoly Konenko. Among the unique exhibits there is a microminiature model of the Angara rocket in the eye of a needle. Even the youngest visitors will not be left out; they will be able to take part in excavations and find unusual artifacts in the kinetic sand. The region's stand is decorated not just with modern objects, but also with artifacts found in the north of the Omsk region. Thus, bone carver Nikolai Peristov will present his work “Omsk Fortress” at the exposition. Its parts are made of small pieces of mammoth tusk of different colors.
The region’s fir tree at VDNH is decorated with cozy tenderness by knitted mittens by Marina Drozdova, a master of ornamental art knitting. She is famous for her ethnographic author’s collections of mittens.
Visitors to the International RUSSIA EXPO witnessed the creation of the smallest replica of the Angara rocket and the world record of a Russian bogatyr.
Honored Artist of Russia Sergey Chonishvili will become an ambassador of the Omsk region at the International RUSSIA EXPO.