Map is showing the Russian Federation, which came into existence on 25 December 1991, after the dissolution of the Soviet Union. The country, which is commonly known as Russia, is located partly in eastern Europe and partly in northern Asia, bordering the Arctic Ocean in north.
Large detailed map of Russia with cities and towns. 6794x3844 / 7,64 Mb Go to Map. ... Official language: Russian. Currency: Russian ruble (₽) (RUB).
Map of Russia Russia, officially known as the Russian Federation, is the largest nation in the world, and spans the northern parts of the Eurasian continental land mass.
Political Map of the Russian Federation it is the largest country in the world, covering more than 11% of Earth’s land areas. With an area of 17,098,242 km² the country is somewhat larger than twice the size of the contiguous United States, it is still the largest country in the world, covering more than 11% of Earth’s inhabited areas.
This map represents contemporary European knowledge of world geography, in very basic fashion, at the time of its printing in Russia in the mid-18th century. The observations made on the voyages of Semen Dezhnev and Vitus Bering to Alaska were not then well known, and thus the map entirely omits northwestern North America, as that region was then still unknown to the European world....
Feb 24, 2021 · Tundra Stretching 4,349 miles (7,000 km) from west to east, the Russian Arctic is a vast treeless and marshy plain, and is well-known for its white nights (dusk after midnight, and dawn fairly soon after) through summer and days of near total darkness through winter. Federal Subjects Map of Russia
Russia (Russian: Россия, Rossiya, Russian pronunciation: [rɐˈsʲijə]), or the Russian Federation, is a country spanning Eastern Europe and Northern Asia.It is the largest country in the world, covering over 17 million square kilometres (6.6 × 10 ^ 6 sq mi), and encompassing more than one-eighth of Earth's inhabited land area.
A Republic (Russian: Республика, tr. Respublika) is a type of federal subject in the Russian Federation. According to its constitution, Russia is divided into 85 federal subjects, 22 of which are republics. Republics are administrative divisions originally created as nation states to represent areas of non-Russian ethnicity. The ...
The city of Moscow itself is a separate subject of the Russian Federation and is not even a part of the region. Public authorities’ offices are partly located in the town of Krasnogorsk.