Lympino is a village in the Kosinsky District of the Perm Territory . Included in the Levichansky rural settlement . Located south of the district center, the village of Kosa . The distance to the district center is 48 km  . According to the 2010 All-Russian Population Census, 29 people lived in the village (15 men and 14 women)  .
|Subject of the federation||Perm region|
|History and geography|
|Timezone||UTC + 5|
|Population||29 people ( 2010 )|
Before the October Revolution, the town of Lyampino was a part of the Churakovsky volost, and in 1927 it was a part of the Lyampino village council. According to the census of 1926, there were 41 households in the village, 245 people lived (123 men and 122 women). The predominant nationality is the Komi-Permyaks. The school operated the first stage. 
As of July 1, 1963, 144 people lived in the village  . The settlement was part of the Churakovsky Village Council  .
- Perm Region. Administrative divisions. - Perm book publishing house, 1963.
- Population of urban districts, municipal districts, urban and rural settlements, urban settlements, rural settlements of the Perm Territory according to the results of the 2010 All-Russian Population Census . The territorial body of the Federal State Statistics Service in the Perm Territory.
- Settlements of the Ural region. Tom V-th Komi-Perm district. - Sverdlovsk, 1928.