Otschor (Russian Очёр ) is a city in the Perm region (Russia) with 14,238 inhabitants (as of October 14, 2010 ).
The city is located in the foothills of the Middle Urals about 120 km west of the regional capital Perm river of the same Otschor, a right tributary of the Kama.
Otschor is the administrative center of the homonymous Rajons.
Otschor arose in 1759 in connection with the establishment of an ironworks by the Stroganov family business in 1950 and received a city charter.
Note: Census data (1897 rounded)
Culture and sights
Otschor has a local history museum.
In Otschor there is a machine factory (Device for laying pipelines) and food industry. In Rajon crude oil is ( deposits Otschorskoje and Trawninskoje ).