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  Mordovia - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Republic of Mordovia (Russian: Респу́блика Мордо́вия; Moksha: Мордовскяй Республикась; Erzya: Мордовской Республикась) or Mordvinia is a federal subject of Russia (a republic).
During the Russian revolution and civil war, Mordovia was held mostly by opponents of Bolsheviks.
The head of government in the Republic of Mordovia is the Head of the Republic.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Mordovia   (796 words)

 Republic of Mordovia
The Republic of Mordovia is located in the centre of the European part of Russia in the basin of the river Volga, at the crossroads of the most important routes from the Сentre to the Urals, Siberia, the Volga region, Kazakhstan and the Middle Asia.
Mordovia is surrounded by large cities and industrial centres – Nizhny Novgorod (330 km far), Kazan (400 km far), Samara (460 km far), Tolgliatti (460 km far), Penza (140 km far), Ryazan (460 km far).
The republic of Mordovia is a competent constituent entity of the Russian Federation.
www.mordovia-business.ru /en/mordovia.php   (1015 words)

 Mordovia: Facts and details from Encyclopedia Topic   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
The moksha language is spoken mostly in south of the republic of mordovia in russia....
Nikolay ivanovich merkushkin (born february 5 1951 in novye verkhissy, mordovia) is the head of the republic of mordovia in russia....
The National Library of the Republic of Mordovia is the biggest library in the republic.
www.absoluteastronomy.com /encyclopedia/m/mo/mordovia.htm   (856 words)

 About Mordovia
Mordovia was organized in the 10th of January, 1930, as an independent district and transformed in autonomous republic in the 20th of December, 1934.
The population of Mordovia (by the data of the 1st of June, 2004) is 876 thousands and 100 of people, the 432 thousands and 100 of inhabitants is active.
Mordovia has well-developed infrastructure of cultural and artistic establishments, in which are the great number of theatrical and concert foundings, museums, libraries, palaces of culture, leisure-centers, musical schools, art houses and art-schools.
www.info-rm.com /en/mordovia/index.php   (614 words)

 Russia - The Republic of Mordovia - RussiaTrek.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
The Republic of Mordovia is located in the centre of European part of Russia in the Volga basin at the crosspoint of the most important routes from the Centre to the Ural region, Siberia, the Volga region, Kazakhstan and Middle Asia.
The dominating religion of the Republic population is Orthodox Christianity.
The Republic of Mordovia is situated in Eastern-European plain therefore its land relief is comparatively simple being high-hilled in the south-eastern part and flat and low mostly in the valley of the Moksha river and its tributary streams in the west and north-west.
www.russiatrek.com /rp_mordovia.shtml   (311 words)

 Kommersant - Russia's Daily Online
Mordovia is located in the central part of European Russia in the Volga River basin.
Mordovia's extensive forests cover an area of 744 500 hectares and provide a raw material base for the woodworking industry.
In 2001, Mordovia's economy received $13.7 million US in foreign investments, most of which were directed toward development of the food industry and the communications sector.
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 Puli Stamps From Around the World
Mordovia is one of the Russian States that has started to issue stamps specifically designed to be sold to collectors so that they receive the money, but don't necessarily have to provide the accompanying postal services.
Mordovia is located between Moscow and the Volga River and is bordered by the republic of Chuvashia on the east.
Mordovia is one of the 21 Russian republics, which are the administrative units with the greatest amount of autonomy within the new Russian Federation.
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Mordovia is a part of the Volga-Vyatka economic area.
The Republic of Mordovia is a territory under the jurisdiction of the Russian Federation.
One of possible air routes is via Ulianovsk by Flight 381 (departure from the Vnukovo Airport in Moscow daily at 19:50, arrival in Saransk at Ulianovsk at 21:30) or Flight 4239 (departure from the Vnukovo Airport on Wednesday and Thursday at 11:00, arrival in Ulianovsk at 12:55).
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 Saransk - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Saransk (Russian: Сара́нск; Mordvin: Саран ош) is a city in central European Russia and the capital of the Republic of Mordovia.
The Mordovian State University (founded in 1957) is located in Saransk as well as several technical schools.
The State Puppet Theatre of the Republic of Mordovia is famous all around Russia
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Saransk   (247 words)

This resulted in the leadership of the UUR of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Mordova sending Daev and Sazonov to the Leninsky ROVD in Saransk to render assistance in the investigation of a robbery committed in Saransk on the night of July 22 and 23, 1995.
Furthermore, it is widespread practice in Mordovia for suspects to be called and delivered for interrogation by members of the department of criminal investigations rather than by the convoy service, which is in violation of the law.
Therefore, the Supreme Court of Mordovia requests that the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Russia recognize the courage and fortitude of the victim, N.A. Abramov, who demonstrated the finest qualities of a police officer, and regardless of the degradation and violence to which he was subjected, continues to conscientiously fulfill his duties.
www.hrw.org /reports/1999/russia/Russ99o-19.htm   (3921 words)

 GeoNative - Mordovia - Mordvin - Moksha - Erzya
The Mordvins are the inhabitants of Mordvinia or Mordovia.
In the Republic of Mordovia (26 200 sq.
Most of the Mordvins are dwelled in groups in the provinces of Samara, Penza, Orenburg, Ulyanovsk and Nizhni-Novgorod, partly also in Central Asia and Siberia.
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 The St. Petersburg Times - Business - Mordovian Beer and Milk Afloat in Investment
SARANSK, Mordovia - Ask most Russians what Mordovia is famous for and they are likely to say "prison camps." Ask a local, and the answer could be the birthplace of Nikolai Erzya, Russia's Rodin, or the home of the country's largest light-bulb factory.
Mordovia, located 600 kilometers southeast of Moscow, faces the uphill struggles typical of small regions with few natural resources to plump their coffers or attract big players.
Mordovia has attracted $23 million over the past four years, of which $8.5 million came in 2000 and only $1 million in the first half of 2001.
www.sptimes.ru /index.php?action_id=2&story_id=6474   (1599 words)

 WELCOME TO MORDOVIA   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
The Republic of Mordovia is situated in the central part of European Russia, in the Volga-river basin on the area of 26 200 square kilometres.
Mordovia interests could be met by co-operation in the fields of logging and wood processing by-products utilisation, expansion of wood-fibre boards production, organisation of fuel bricks’ and other items’ production.
Trading Houses “Mordovia” were established at Moscow and town Surgut of Tumen region, the point of posting Republic Representatives at Udmurt Republic, Saint-Petersburg, etc. is being elaborated.
www.fipc.ru /fipc/regions/mordov/inform.html   (1400 words)

 Mordovia - Search Results - MSN Encarta
Mordovia, autonomous republic in west central Russia, located between Moscow and the Volga and bordered by the republic of Chuvashia on the east....
Saransk, city in central European Russia, capital of the republic of Mordovia.
Mordvin, a people who speak one of the Finno-Ugric languages and who form a large part of the population of Mordovia, an autonomous republic of...
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 Guide to Russia || Republic of Mordovia — 13rus
In 10th century Moksha (in the South of modern Republic of Mordovia) and Erzya (in the North) paid tribute to Khazar Empire, and in 11th—13th centuries formed a state known in Russian chronicles as Purgas Volost', with the center of modern day Arzamas.
In 20th century, Mordovia became infamous as an area with the high concentration of prison camps (Dubravlag, the center in the settlement of Yavas).
Saransk —; the capital of the Republic of Mordovia.
www.mccme.ru /putevod/13/13eng.html   (1735 words)

 HUNMAGYAR.ORG - TURAN - MORDOVIA   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
The Republic of Mordovia is located at the Volga-Oka river basin (26 200 sq.
1928: the district of Mordovia is created in the Central Volga region; areas settled by Mordvins are brought under different administrative territories.
The demographic structure of the Mordvin people suffers from an increasing imbalance, which is shown by the decreasing numbers of births and of young people.
www.hunmagyar.org /turan/mordvin/mordvin.html   (1008 words)

 Alexander's Gas & Oil Connections - Russifying American men
Jack Michael Ruter was very influenced with six years of work at the department of philology at the Mordovia State University.
He arrived in the Russian city of Saransk, the republic of Mordovia, in 1992, to have a language practice.
When Jack Ruter entered the University of Mordovia, the first thing that attracted his attention, was the absence of vending machines that sell water.
www.gasandoil.com /goc/news/ntr33807.htm   (707 words)

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Fatal human cases have not been reported in the republic of Mordovia for the last 17 years.
Since the beginning of 2005, 43 cases of human exposure to rabies have been recorded in the Republic of Mordovia, compared with 35 cases in 2004.
Mordovia borders the Penza region in the south, the Ryazan region in the west, the Republic of Chuvashia in the northeast, the Ulyanovsk region in the southeast, and with the Nizhniy Novgorod region in the north.
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 Chamber judgments concerning the Czech Republic, France, Poland and Russia
Relying on Articles 6 § 1 (right to a hearing within a reasonable time) and 13 (right to an effective remedy), she complained of the length of proceedings concerning a problem of joint ownership and the impossibility of challenging this delay before the Polish courts, which lasted nine years and three months.
Following the enactment of a new law on public associations in April 1995, the applicant association was obliged to apply for renewal of its registration with the Ministry of Justice in Mordovia.
In August 1999 the Ministry of Justice of Mordovia applied unsuccessfully to Leninsky District Court of Saransk for the dissolution of the applicant party on the ground that it had failed to re‑register.
www.echr.coe.int /Eng/Press/2004/Oct/ChamberJudgments051004.htm   (1682 words)

On Wednesday the Head of Mordovia Nikolay Merkushkin accompanied by minister of the Ministry of Internal Affairs Nikolay Larkov has visited a building of Saransk city regiment patrol-sentry duty at the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Mordovia.
In May in Mordovia it is revealed four carriers of a virus of an immunodeficiency.
As the manager of epidemic department of the center on struggle and preventive maintenance against AIDS of Mordovia Lyudmila Terentyeva has informed, all of them are permanent residents of the republic.
www.info-rm.com /en   (549 words)

 TIME Europe Magazine: Tennis, Everyone? -- September 1, 2003 | Vol. 162 No. 8
Standing on the outskirts of her dusty village like a monument to Zhbanova's potential is a professional outdoor tennis court, high concrete walls surrounding it to keep out cows and vandals.
She is relentless, as if each whack of the ball brings her closer to the world of money, fame and freedom.
Mordovia spends just $3 million of its meager budget of $183 million on sports.
www.time.com /time/europe/magazine/printout/0,13155,901030901-477901,00.html   (1627 words)

I won’t try to guess, I can only say that with the help of Allah we were able to unite the most part of the muslims of the republic and we are ready to work hard.
They had made their Constituent Assembly and their muftiat was registered on December 9 in the Ministery of Justice of RF Board for the Republic of Mordovia.
They were registered under the name of “The Centralized Religious Organization of the Muslim Religious Board of the Republic of Mordovia (the Mordovian Muftiat)”.
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