Bergul is a village in the Northern District of the Novosibirsk Region . The administrative center of the Bergul village council.
|Subject of the federation||Novosibirsk region|
|Rural settlement||Bergul village council|
|History and Geography|
|Center height||116 m|
|Timezone||UTC + 7|
|Population||↘ 407  people ( 2010 )|
|Density||217.65 people / km²|
|Telephone code||+7 3836|
The village is located 12 kilometers east of the village of Biaza , 30 kilometers northeast of the North , on the banks of the Tara River, on the outskirts of Vasyugan marshes .
The name of the village, apparently, is formed from the words ber (Turk.) - one and ghul (Turk.) - lake.  Despite a very convincing version, there are no lakes in the vicinity of the village.
At the end of the 19th century, Mordovians (Mokshans) lived in the village. In 1903, Russian Old Believers settled in the village - immigrants from the western provinces of Russia ( Vilenskaya and Riga provinces). The Old Believers chose a remote place to live in order to preserve their cultural and religious traditions. The first settled Old Believers were three families: the Khokhlovs, Gnutovs and Ivanovs. Moksha gradually moved to other places, and the descendants of the Old Believers departed from the tenets of their faith. 
It was founded in 1900. In 1926 it consisted of 101 households, the main population - Russians. The center of the Bergul village council of the Biazinsky district of the Baraba district of the Siberian region  .
In 1919, the Russian writer Pavel Bazhov arrived in Bergul, who took part in the Civil War on the side of the Reds. [five]
|1926 ||2002 ||2007 ||2010 |
|474||↘ 450||↘ 449||↘ 407|
A road runs through the village from Severny and Biaza to the Verkh-Tarskoye oil field . The distance from the village to the North along the road is 42 kilometers. In 2006, representatives of the Committee on Transport and the Road Complex of the Novosibirsk Regional Council of Deputies assessed the condition of the road from Biaza to Bergul as difficult, which only allows driving on an SUV. 
A shuttle bus runs from Severny to Bergul three times a week. [ten]
- The house-museum of P.P. Bazhov is a literary and historical-local history museum. The museum was opened on January 20, 1984 by Belova Anna Maximovna. The house-museum is decorated under malachite in the style of Bazhov's fairy tales. The museum has 2,000 exhibits: objects of ancient life, icons, bones of prehistoric animals found in the Northern region, as well as personal belongings of the writer. Every year in January, when celebrating the writer's birthday (January 27), “Bazhov days” are held, during which quizzes, contests of drawings and crafts based on Bazhov's tales, and readers' contests are organized. The average number of visitors is 1,000 people per year.  
- 2010 All-Russian Population Census. The population of urban and rural settlements of the Novosibirsk region . Date of treatment April 5, 2016. Archived April 5, 2016.
- Toponymy of the Novosibirsk Region
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- List of settlements of the Siberian Territory. - Volume 1. District of South-Western Siberia. - Novosibirsk: Siberian Regional Executive Committee. Statistics Division, 1928 .-- 831 p.
- Le Petit Fute: Novosibirsk Oblast / Michel Strogoff & Ass., City-Guides, Country-Guides; Comp. A. Yudin; Repl. ed. V. Petrov. - Paris - Luxembourg - Moscow, 2000 .-- 192 p. - ISBN 5-86394-104-9
- List of settlements of the Siberian Territory. volume 1. District of South-Western Siberia. Novosibirsk 1928
- 2002 All-Russian Population Census. Population by rural settlements of the Novosibirsk region . Date of treatment April 7, 2016. Archived on April 7, 2016.
- Register of settlements of the Novosibirsk Region (prepared by the Department of Organization Management of the Administration of the Novosibirsk Region). The newspaper "Soviet Siberia", No. 146, July 31, 2007 . Date of treatment January 14, 2015. Archived January 14, 2015.
- Kichanov M. Oil industry invoices for 700 million Archival copy of October 31, 2007 on the Wayback Machine // Continent Siberia. - 2006. - May 26.
- Bergul House-Museum of P.P. Bazhov // Museums of Russia