This article is about a major city in Russia. Komi is a member of the Permic group of Finno-Ugric languages, which is also named the Department of early education Perm Perm. Hungarian perem means “edge” or “verge”.
The city is located on the bank of the Kama River upon hilly terrain. The Kama is the main tributary of the Volga River and one of the deepest and most picturesque rivers of Russia. Another distinguishing feature of the city’s relief is the large quantity of small rivers and brooks. Perm has a continental climate with warm summers and long, cold winters. Perm is located in the old Perman area, which was originally inhabited by Finno-Ugric peoples. Perm starts with the development of the Ural region by Tsar Peter the Great. In the 19th century, Perm became a major trade and industrial center with a population of more than 20,000 people in the 1860s, with several metallurgy, paper, and steamboat producing factories, including one owned by a British entrepreneur.