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Aramil (Russ. Арамиль, Finn. Aramili) is a Uralican city in Southeast Uralica county, and a bedroom community of sorts to Yekaterinburg, which is only 25 kilometres to its northwest. It sits just off Highway UH-19.

The largest industry in the city is by far the production of textiles of all sorts, although there are modest metallurgy, food-production, and printing sectors as well.

That said, a lot of the city's residents work in Yekaterinburg, therefore the industrial sector doesn't need to be that large. However, the retail sector is quite large, and it contains, among myriad other shops, Southeast Uralica's largest shopping mall (also the second-largest in Uralica after Kupriyanov Mall in Kirov).


The demographic of Aramil reflects the bedroom community status of Aramil, with just about every Tribe having a foothold in the city (the exceptions being Nenets and Samoyedic). Since the population ballooned rather recently, many of the cultural facilities focus on the modern times. There are, however, a couple older sites that tourists might take interest in, namely the still-functional Aramil Fabrics Plant, which dates back to the late 19th century, the Cathedral of the Holy Spirit, and the Old Bridge, which runs over Aramil River.


None of Aramil's teams are presently in a professional league, although it is expected to field teams in the inaugural Vitonen in 2011.

Football (Soccer)[]

Other Pro/Semi-Pro[]

  • Tekstilshchik Aramil
  • Aramilin Palloseura
  • FK Aramil
  • Dinamo Aramil
  • Spartak Aramil
  • Torpedo Aramil
  • Zenit Aramil
  • Progress Aramil
  • Metallurg Aramil
  • Mashinostroitel Aramil

Ice Hockey[]

  • HK Aramil

Rugby Sevens[]

  • Aramil Metropolitan RK


  • Aramilsky BK

Neighbourhoods and Suburbs[]

  • Sulimovsky
  • Bol'shoy Istok
  • Patrushi
  • Borodulino
  • Poletayevo