The Trans-Siberian railway is the railroad that crosses Eurasia connecting European Russia - with its large industrial regions and the Russian capital - to the central regions of Siberia and Russian Far East. Its length of 9,288.2 km makes it the longest railway in the world.
It was presented for the first time with great pomp at the Universal Exhibition of Paris in 1900, with the name of Train Transibérien. More precisely the Trans-Siberian is only the central-eastern part of the railway, from Chelyabinsk (south of the Urals) to Vladivostok, however it has come to be synonymous with the great rail crossing of Russia.
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