Berezovsky District is the historical territory of the Khanty–Mansi Autonomous Okrug – Yugra, a kind of pearl in the North of Western Siberia.
There are more than 40 historical and cultural monuments on the territory of the village of Berezovo. The most interesting and significant of the monuments is the stone Church of the Nativity of the Theotokos, erected at the end of the XVIII century on the site of the temple, in which the associate of Peter I, A.D. Menshikov, served. Berezovsky district is a place of traditional residence of the small peoples of the North: Mansi, Khanty, Komi and Nenets.
The Ugric Village Council of the Berezovsky district was formed by Decree of the Presidium of the Supreme Soviet of the RSFSR on March 14, 1952. Later, on April 9, 1959, by the decision of the Tyumen Regional Executive Committee, Pugorsky Village Council was renamed Tenginsky. The village of Tagy is located within the boundaries of the urban settlement of Berezovo together with such settlements as: the urban-type settlement of Berezovo, the village of Shaitanka, the village of Deminskaya, the village of Pugory, the village of Ustrem.