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Communities in Russia

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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

  • Altai (Altay) Region

  • Anapa

  • Angarsk

  • Arkhangelsk, City and Region

  • Asino

  • Asktrakhan

  • Baikal, Lake

  • Balahna

  • Barnaul

  • Bashkortostan, Republic of

  • Belgorod Region

  • Belomorsk

  • Birobidzhan

  • Biysk

  • Bratsk

  • Bryansk, City and Region

  • Buryatia, Republic of

  • Chelyabinsk, City and Region

  • Chernogolovka

  • Chita, City and Region

  • Chkalovsk

  • Chukotka Region

  • Chuvashia Republic

  • Dagestan (Daghestan), Republic of

  • Dubna

  • Dzerzhinsk

  • Ekaterinburg (Yekaterinburg)

  • Fryazino

  • Gatchina

  • Gelendzhik

  • Gorodets

  • Grimm

  • Gus-Khrustalny

  • Irkutsk, City and Region

  • Ivanovo, City and Region

  • Izhevsk

  • Kaliningrad, City and Region

  • Kaluga

  • Karelia, Republic of

  • Kazan

  • Kemerovo, City and Region

  • Khabarovsk

  • Kislovodsk

  • Kizhi

  • Kolyvan

  • Korolev

  • Kostroma

  • Krasnodar, City and Region

  • Krasnoyarsk

  • Kursk

  • Kyzyl, Republic of Tuva

  • Leningrad (Saint Petersburg) Region

  • Lipetsk

  • Magadan: City and Region

  • Magnitogorsk

  • Mari El, Republic of

  • Mikhailovskoye (Pushkinskiye gori)

  • Mirny

  • Moscow

  • Murmansk: City and Region

  • Nakhodka

  • Nizhny Novgorod (Nizhni Novgorod), City and Region

  • Novgorod, City and Region

  • Novocherkassk

  • Novorossiysk

  • Novosibirsk

  • Obninsk

  • Omsk, City and Region

  • Oryol, City and Region

  • Penza, City and Region

  • Perm, City and Region

  • Perslavl-Zalessky

  • Petrozavodsk

  • Plyos

  • Primorsk

  • Primorskiy Kray

  • Protvino

  • Pskov

  • Pushchino

  • Pyatigorsk

  • Rostov-On-Don

  • Rubtsovsk

  • Ryazan, City and Region

  • Saint Petersburg

  • Sakha, Republic of (formerly Yakutia)

  • Samara, City and Region

  • Saratov

  • Sergiev Posad

  • Serpukhov

  • Siberia Region

  • Simbirsk (former Ulyanovsk)

  • Snezhinsk

  • Sochi

  • Solovetsky Islands (Solovki)

  • Sosnovy Bor

  • Staryy Oskol

  • Stavropol, City and Region

  • Strezhevoy

  • Suzdal

  • Syzran

  • Taganrog

  • Tambov

  • Tatarstan, Republic of

  • Togliatti

  • Tomsk

  • Troitsk

  • Tula

  • Tuva, Republic of

  • Tver

  • Tyumen

  • Udmurtia, Republic of

  • Ufa

  • Uglich

  • Ulan Ude

  • Vladimir

  • Vladivistok

  • Volgograd, City and Region (formerly Stalingrad)

  • Voronezh

  • Vyatka

  • Yakutsk

  • Yaroslavl: City and Region


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