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Amur Oblast (Russian: Amur Oblast, the region Amurskaya), subject of the Federation of Russia (region), situated about 8000 km (5000 mi) east of Moscow on the banks of the Amur and Zeya. It shares its border with the Republic of Sakha in the north, Khabarovsk Krai and Jewish Autonomous Oblast in the east, the People's Republic in the south, and the Edge Zabaykalsky in the west. In the Amur region had a population of 869 600 in 2008.
Amur Region (Amur Territory) or Priamurye (Amur region) has been named unofficial Russian territory in the Amur River, used the last of the Russian Empire, which correspond roughly to the modern Amur Region.
Administrative center, Blagoveshchensk, is one of the oldest settlements in the Russian Far East, founded in 1856. This - the traditional center of trade and gold mining. To access the territory of two railroads, the Trans-Siberian Railroad and Baikal Amur Magistral.
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Skovorodino (Russian: Skovorodino) is a town in the Amur Region, Russia. Population: 10,100 (2005 types of the east)., 10.566 (2002 Census); 13,824 (1989 Census).
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Nyurba (Sakha: Nurba; Russian: Nurba), a town in the Republic of Sakha, Russia. Population: 10,309 (2002 census), 11 934 (census 1989).
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Olyokminsk (Russian: Olekminsk; Sakha: Өlүөhүme, Ölüöxüm ə), city in the Republic of Sakha, Russia, located on the left bank of the Lena River, 651 km southwest of Yakutsk. Population: 10,003 (2002 census), 11 478 (census 1989).
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Vilyuysk (Russian: Vilyuisk, Sakha: Bүlүү), a town in the Republic of Sakha, Russia, located some 600 km from Yakutsk on the river Vilyuy (left tributary of Lena). Population: 9776 (2002 census).
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Tommot (Russian: Tommot), a town in the Republic of Sakha, Russia. Population (2002 census), 9032.
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Aniva (Russian: Ани́ва), a coastal town in Sakhalin Oblast, Russia, located on the Gulf of Aniva in southern Sakhalin on the River Lyutoga 37 km south of Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk. Population: 8084 (2002 census), 8905 (Census 1989).
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Chukotka Autonomous Okrug (Russian: Chukotka Autonomous Okrug, Chukotsky avtonomny okrug; Chuukese language: Chukotkaken avtonomnyken district, Chukotkaken avtonomnyken okrug), or Chukotka (Chukchi Peninsula), the subject of the Federation of Russia (an autonomous okrug) located in the Russian Far East.
In Chukotka has a population of 53,824 according to 2002 census, and the surface area of ​​737 700 km2 (284 800 sq. km. Mi.) The main town and administrative center - Anadyr. Chukotka AO is the most north-eastern region of Russia and from the sale of Alaska to the United States was the only part of Russia lying partially in the Western Hemisphere (east of 180th meridian).
El'gigitgin Lake, an important place for scientific research on climate change, is located in Chukotka, as the village of Uelen, the nearest substantial Russian settlement in the United States.
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Pevek (Russian: Pevek), city and port in the Arctic Region Chaunsky, part of the Autonomous Okrug Chukotka, Russia. After the Anadyr and Bilibino it - the third largest city in Chukotka. Population: 5206 (2002 census), 12 915 (census 1989). Municipally, the city is subject to the Municipal District and Chaunsky with Apapelgino and Yanranay, is included as an Urban Settlement of Pevek. City - a modern settlement, established after World War I, which will provide a port for mineral exports as part of expanding the Northern Sea Route. During the 1940s and 1950s, the surrounding area was the site of several Pevek gulag where prisoners mined uranium. In recent years, although many mines have been shown to be uneconomical and were closed, forcing many residents to move to more central regions of Russia and for the port's infrastructure to disintegrate.
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