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 Russia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
The northern part of Russia together with Novgorod retained some degree of autonomy during the time of the Mongol yoke and was largely spared the atrocities that affected the rest of the country.
The easternmost point in Russia is Big Diomede Island (Ostrova Ratmanova); the westernmost, the boundary with Poland on a 60-km-long (40-mi-long) spit of land separating the Gulf of Gdańsk from the Vistula Lagoon.
Russia is fairly sparsely populated and has extremely low average population density due to its enormous size; population is densest in the European part of Russia, in the Ural Mountains area, and in the south-eastern part of Siberia.
russia.ask.dyndns.dk   (3340 words)

  
 ipedia.com: Federal subjects of Russia Article   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Russia is a federation which consists of 89 subjects ; English transliteration : subyekty, sing.
These subjects are of equal federal rights in the sense that they have equal representation - 2 delegates each - in the Federation Council (upper house of the Russian parliament).
Subdivisions of Russia, Federal districts of Russia, Economic regions of Russia, Republics of Russia, Oblasts of Russia, Krais of Russia.
www.ipedia.com /federal_subjects_of_russia.html   (379 words)

  
 Federal districts of Russia - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
All of the federal subjects of Russia are grouped into seven federal districts (Russian: федера́льные округа́, sing.
federalny okrug), each administered by a representative appointed by the President of Russia.
On 1 January 2007, Evenkia and Taymyria will be merged into Krasnoyarsk Krai.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Federal_districts_of_Russia   (114 words)

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