Sozhalenie o nerazumno rastrachennom vremeni, kotoromu predayutsya lyudi, ne vsegda pomagaet im razumno upotrebit' ego ostatok. - ZHan de Labryujer

ZHizn' - eto to, chto lyudi bol'she vsego stremyatsya sohranit' i men'she vsego beregut. - ZHan de Labryujer


Communities in Russia

The following is a list of sites describing various Russian towns, cities, regions and republics. This catalog is in progress and will continue to grow as more of these become represented on the World Wide Web.

If you know of additional regions or sites to list here, please be sure to let us know.


  • Akademgorodok

  • Altajskij kraj

  • Anapa

  • Angarsk

  • Arhangel'sk i Arhangel'skaya oblast'

  • Asino

  • Astrahan'

  • Bajkal

  • Balahna

  • Barnaul

  • Bashkortostan

  • Belgorodskaya oblast'

  • Belomorsk

  • Bijsk

  • Birobidzhan

  • Bratsk

  • Bryansk i Bryanskaya oblast'

  • Buryatiya, respublika

  • Dubna

  • Dzerzhinsk

  • Ekaterinburg

  • Fryazino

  • Gatchina

  • Gelendzhik

  • Gorodets

  • Grimm

  • Gus'-Hrustal'nyj

  • Habarovsk

  • Irkutsk

  • Izhevsk

  • Ivanovo i Ivanovskaya oblast'

  • Kalinigrad i Kalinigradskaya oblast'

  • Kaluga

  • Kareliya, respublika

  • Kazan'

  • Kemerovo i Kemerovskaya oblast'

  • Kislovodsk

  • Kizhi

  • Kolyvan

  • Korolev

  • Kostroma

  • Krasnodar

  • Krasnoyarsk

  • Kursk

  • Kyzyl

  • Leningradskaya oblast'

  • Lipetsk i Lipetskaya oblast'

  • Magadan i Magadanskaya oblast'

  • Magnitogorsk

  • Mari El, respublika

  • Mihajlovskoe (Pushkinskie gory)

  • Mirnyj

  • Moskva

  • Murmansk i Murmanskaya oblast'

  • Nahodka

  • Nizhnij Novgorod i Nizhegorodskaya oblast'

  • Novgorod i Novgorodskaya oblast'

  • Novorossijsk

  • Novosibirsk

  • Novocherkassk

  • Obninsk

  • Omsk i Omskaya oblast'

  • Orel i Orlovskaya oblast'

  • Penza i Penzenskaya oblast'

  • Pereyaslavl' - Zalesskij

  • Perm' i Permskaya oblast'

  • Petrozavodsk

  • Ples

  • Pyatigorsk

  • Primorsk

  • Primorskij kraj

  • Protvino

  • Pskov

  • Puschino

  • YAkutsk

  • YAroslavl' i YAroslavskaya oblast'

  • Rostov-na-Donu

  • Ryazan' i Ryazanskaya oblast'

  • Rubtsovsk

  • Saha, respublika

  • Samara i Samarskaya oblast'

  • Sankt-Peterburg

  • Saratov

  • Serpuhov

  • Sibir'

  • Simbirsk (byvshij Ul'yanovsk)

  • Snezhinsk

  • Solovetskie ostrova (Solovki)

  • Sosnovyj Bor

  • Sochi

  • Staryj Oskol

  • Stavropol' i Stavropol'skij kraj

  • Sterzhnevoj

  • Suzdal'

  • Syzran'

  • Taganrog

  • Tambov

  • Tatarstan

  • Tol'yatti

  • Tomsk

  • Troitsk

  • Tula

  • Tumen'

  • Tuva, respublika

  • Tver'

  • Ufa

  • Uglich

  • Ulan - Ude

  • Vladimir

  • Vladivostok

  • Volgograd i Volgogradskaya oblast'

  • Voronezh

  • Vyatka

  • CHelyabinsk i CHelyabinskaya oblast'

  • CHernogolovka

  • CHita i CHitinskaya oblast'

  • CHkalovsk

  • CHukotka

  • CHuvashiya, respublika

  • Strezhevoy

  • Dagestan (Daghestan), Republic of

  • Udmurtia, Republic of


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