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Nerungri is a Russian city, the center of the Nerungri District of Yakutia, a large administrative, industrial and cultural center, the second-large city of Yakutia (Sakha Republic). The city was founded on November 6, 1975.

The city of Nerungri is located in Eastern Siberia at one latitude with Moscow, on the right bank of River Chulman, 70 km away from its confluence into River Timpton and 820 km away from Yakutsk. It is a railway station of the Far East railroad.

Nerungri extends over the northern spurs of Stanovoy Range, with the absolute height of 800 850 m.

The city is in the environment of the Southern Yakut mid-mountain taiga.

Nerungri District has steady potential for further social and economic growth. The federal highway Lena and the railroad Berkakit Tommot Yakutsk run on the territory of the Nerungri District. The biggest investment project "Complex Development of South Yakutia" is implemented in this city. In the long term Nerungri District may become the center of economic activity of the East Siberian region with specialization in the sphere of coal and processing industry.

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Nerungri
  (Sakha Republic (Yakutia))

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