Buryatia

What is Buryatia known for?


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diopsidite skarn Buryatia Republic, Transbaikalia, eastern Siberia.jpg thumb Unusual blue diopsidite (diopside) skarn from the Dovyren Highlands, Buryatia. This attractive tumble-polished rock is around 700my old. right thumb Modern Buryat national dress (File:Есуна Дугарова.jpg) Slab Grave (Slab Grave Culture) cultural monuments are found in northern, central and eastern Mongolia, Inner Mongolia, north-western China, southern, central-eastern and southern Lake Baikal Baikal


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constitute another 0.7% of the population. right thumb 300px Landscape of southern Buryatia (File:Southernburyatia.jpg) Tourism Lake Baikal is a popular tourist destination, especially in summer. See also *Music of Buryatia References Sources *

en_entity Supreme Council of the Republic of Buryatia en_date February 22, 1994 en_title Republic of Buryatia. Constitution en_amendment_type Law en_amendment_number 332-IV en_amendment_date July 7, 2008 Further reading *


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and the Korean language isolate. Georg, Stefan, Peter A. Michalove, Alexis Manaster Ramer, and Paul J. Sidwell. 1999. "PKFHSPKFHS online&aid 17033 Telling general linguists about Altaic." Journal of Linguistics 35:65–98. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press Mongolic languages are spoken in Mongolia, Inner Mongolia and regions close to its border


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holiday_ref political_status Republic political_status_link Republics of Russia federal_district Siberian (Siberian Federal District) economic_region East Siberian (East Siberian economic region) adm_ctr_type Capital adm_ctr_name Ulan-Ude adm_ctr_ref official_lang_list Buryat (Buryat language) official_lang_ref Constitution, Article 67 pop_2010census 972021 pop_2010census_rank 54th urban_pop_2010census 58.4

% rural_pop_2010census 41.6% pop_2010census_ref pop_density pop_density_as_of pop_density_ref pop_latest pop_latest_date pop_latest_ref area_km2 351300 area_km2_rank 15th area_km2_ref established_date May 30, 1923 established_date_ref license_plates 03 ISO RU-BU gov_as_of March 2011 leader_title Head (Head of the Republic of Buryatia) leader_title_ref Constitution, Article 5.3 ref>

; leader_name Vyacheslav Nagovitsyn leader_name_ref Official website of the Head of the Republic of Buryatia. Biography of Vyacheslav Vladimirovich Nagovitsyn legislature People's Khural (People's Khural of the Republic of Buryatia) legislature_ref website http: egov-buryatia.ru website_ref date August 2010 The '''Republic of Buryatia''' (


commercial products

The republic's economy is composed of important agricultural and commercial products including wheat, vegetables, potatoes, timber, leather, graphite, and textiles. Fishing, hunting, fur farming, sheep and cattle farming, mining, stock raising, engineering, and food processing are also important economic generators. Education


annual population

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news time

zone, Asia Irkutsk, split on March 27, 2011. While Irkutsk Oblast remained on UTC+08, Buryatia changed from UTC+08 to UTC+09, forming Asia Ulan_Ude. -- Description Irkut River sign near the rural locality of Zaktuy in Tunkinsky District of the Buryatia


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Buryatia

The '''Republic of Buryatia''' (

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