If there is anyone listening to whom I owe money, I'm prepared to forget it if you are. - Errol Flynn

Experience is in the fingers and head. The heart is inexperienced. - Henry David Thoreau


Bashkortostan

Bashkortostan, formerly known as "Bashkiriya", is a republic in Central Russia that contains the southern Ural Mountains in the eastern part of the Republic and lowlands in the western section. The capital is the city of Ufa with a diverse population of Russians, Tatars, and Bashkirs. We have also attempted to list resources about the the smaller, less well-known towns of the republic.

We hope this list will continue to grow as more communities become represented on the World Wide Web so please be sure to let us know if you are aware of any other sites.


Region in General

  • Bashinform - State Informative Agency for the Republic of Bashkortostan, Russia *

    This site provides information about the Republic of Bashkortostan, Russia, and its capital city, Ufa. It covers topics such as history, industry, agriculture, culture, education, government, political groups, and tourism. The site additionally provides Bashinform press releases. This site is available in Russian (Windows-1251) encoding only.

  • Bashkortostan *

    Information and photos about the Republic, an encyclopedia (Russian only) and regional music are provided by Bashkir State University.

  • Bashkortostan *

    Cultural, agricultural, economic, and lots more of information is provided in Russian only. (Windows)

  • Bashkortostan -- Encarta Concise Enclyclopedia Article *

    This online encyclopedia provides a descripton of the republic.

  • Bashkortostan Republic: History and Geography *

    This information is provided in English. Click on the Bashkortostan link to access a wealth of information (in Russian) and photos that depict all aspects of life in this republic.

  • Bashkortostan Telecommunication Center *

    Information and photos of this republic in the Ural Mountains.

  • Bashkortostan WWW Pages *

    Complete information about Republic of Bashkortostan including nature, economics, culture, education and medical care in republic.

  • Eastern Mari *

    The sociology, history, demography, political science, geography of Mari El, Bashkortostan, and Udmurtia are covered in this project that also includes photos.

  • NUPI Centre for Russian Studies Database - Bashkortostan *

    Facts, statistics and information about the government is provided about this republic.

  • UNPO - Bashkortostan *

    Basic statistics are provided by the Unrepresented Nations and Peoples Organization.

  • Welcome To Bashkortostan *

    It's an official server of Bashkortostan government.

  • Other Cities and Towns in the Republic

  • Oktyabrsky *

    Basic information and a photo is provided about this city in the eastern part of the Bashkortostan Republic.


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