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Provincial town: Tver Area (sq miles): 26,044 Population: 1,327,700 Population density: 51 people per square mile Towns: 12 Trade note: Internal and external trade is extremely significant. Climate note: harsh and changeable
the Rzhev, Zubtsov, and Tvorskaia piers
Tver was built at the beginning of the twelfth century.