Komi Republic

What is Komi Republic known for?


portrayal

linguist , seen as renovator of Komi literature. Portrayal of priest protested On October 5, 2006 Sophia Kishkovsky reported in ''The New York Times'' that "In the northern city of Syktyvkar, the State Theater of Opera and Ballet of the Republic of Komi (Komi Republic), a region once notorious as a center of the prison camp system, or Gulag, recently bowderlized a commemorative performance of 'The Tale of Priest and his Workman Balda' ...after the local diocese objected

to the portrayal of the priest in the work." The resulting production was "reduced to a series of numbers..., none of which included the priest." Pechora-Ilych Nature Reserve Pechora-Ilych Komi Republic 7213 (2785) 1930 Includes part of the Virgin Komi Forests World


main reasons

is of interest for two main reasons: its extensive and brutal gulag history and the beautiful mountain and forest areas in its east, most of all Yugyd Va National Park. Talk Most of the Komi People who live in the region speak Komi, a Finno-Ugric language closely related to Udmurt (Udmurtia), but virtually all inhabitants of the Komi Republic are fluent in Russian (Russian phrasebook). Get in Flights arrive to Syktyvkar from Moscow and Ufa. Trains arrive to Syktyvkar via


technical support

an International Barents Secretariat which is to provide technical support for the multilateral coordinated activities within the framework of the Barents Euro-Arctic Council and the Barents Regional Council. This Secretariat is located in Kirkenes in the same building as the Norwegian Barents Secretariat. See also ::'''Caucasus''': Adygea (Republic of Adygea), Azerbaijan, Chechnya, Dagestan, Georgia (Georgia (country)), Ingushetia, Kabardino-Balkaria, Kalmykia, Karachay–Cherkessia, North Ossetia–Alania ::'''Northwestern Asia''': Arkhangelsk Oblast including Nenets Autonomous Okrug and Novaya Zemlya, Astrakhan Oblast, Bashkortostan, Belgorod Oblast, Bryansk Oblast, Chuvashia (Chuvashia Republic), Lipetsk Oblast, Kaliningrad Oblast, Kaluga Oblast, Novgorod Oblast, Republic of Karelia, Kirov Oblast, Komi Republic, Kursk Oblast, Mordovia, Murmansk Oblast, Orenburg Oblast, Penza Oblast, Perm Krai, Pskov Oblast, Rostov Oblast, Ryazan Oblast, Saint Petersburg, Samara Oblast, Saratov Oblast, Tambov Oblast, Tatarstan, Tula Oblast, Udmurtia, Volgograd Oblast, Vologda Oblast, Voronezh Oblast, ::'''Siberia''': Altai Krai, Buryatia (Republic of Buryatia), Chelyabinsk Oblast, Chita Oblast, Irkutsk Oblast, Kemerovo Oblast, Krasnoyarsk Krai, parts of Kurgan Oblast, Novosibirsk Oblast, Omsk Oblast, Sverdlovsk Oblast, Tomsk Oblast, Tuva, Tyumen Oblast, Ulyanovsk Oblast, Yamal-Nenets, Nowadays, Old Believers live all over the world, having fled Russia under tsarist persecution and after the Russian Revolution of 1917. Some Old Believers are still transient throughout various parts of the world today. Significant established Old Believer communities exist in the United States and Canada in Plamondon, Alberta; Woodburn, Oregon; Erie, Pennsylvania; Erskine, Minnesota and in various parts of Alaska including near Homer (Homer, Alaska) in the Fox River (Fox River, Alaska) area villages of Voznesenka, Razdolna, and Kachemak Selo, Nikolaevsk (Nikolaevsk, Alaska), commons:category:Komi Republic wikipedia:Komi Republic


significant historical

Oblast Yaroslavl and Kostroma Oblasts. The cities of Arkhangelsk and Vologda, as well as many smaller towns, many of those of significant historical importance such as Veliky Ustyug, Totma, Solvychegodsk, and Kholmogory, are located in the river basin of the Northern Dvina. The principal railway line in the oblast is the railroad connecting Moscow and Arkhangelsk. The piece between Vologda and Arkhangelsk was constructed in 1890s. A branch from Konosha eastwards to Kotlas and further to Vorkuta, which crosses the north of the oblast, was constructed in 1940s to facilitate the transport of coal from the Komi Republic. The railway connecting Vologda with Saint Petersburg via Cherepovets was built in the 1900s. There is also a railway connecting Vologda via Vokhtoga to Buy (Buy, Kostroma Oblast). At Vokhtoga, the Monza Railroad railroad branches off east. It was built for timber transport and is operated by the timber production authorities. The Monza railroad runs along the border of Vologda and Kostroma Oblasts. The plans to extend it further east to Nikolsk were never realized. commons:category:Komi Republic wikipedia:Komi Republic


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annual population

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social theory

American sociologist born in modern-day Komi (Finno-Ugric region of Russia). An academic and political activist in Russia, he emigrated from Russia to the United States in 1923. In 1930 at age 40, Sorokin was personally requested by the president of Harvard University to accept a position there. At Harvard, he founded the Department of Sociology. Jeffries, Vincent. "Sorokin,Pitirim," Encyclopedia of Social Theory. California: Sage Publications. He


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"Anthem" Law #XII-20 5 holiday holiday_ref political_status Republic political_status_link Republics of Russia federal_district Northwestern (Northwestern Federal District) economic_region Northern (Northern economic region (Russia)) adm_ctr_type Capital adm_ctr_name Syktyvkar adm_ctr_ref Constitution of the Komi Republic, Article 69 official_lang_list Komi (Komi language) official_lang_ref ref

name "Languages" Constitution of the Komi Republic, Article 67 pop_2010census 901189 pop_2010census_rank 58th urban_pop_2010census 76.9% rural_pop_2010census 23.1% pop_2010census_ref pop_density pop_density_as_of pop_density_ref pop_latest 880639 pop_latest_date January 2013 pop_latest_ref Komi Republic Territorial Branch of the Russian Federal State Statistics Service

established_date_ref ''Komi ASSR. Administrative-Territorial Structure'', p. 5 license_plates 11 ISO RU-KO gov_as_of April 2013 leader_title Head (Head of the Komi Republic) leader_title_ref Constitution, Article 8 leader_name Vyacheslav Gayzer leader_name_ref Official website of the Komi Republic. Vyacheslav

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