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    Udmurt Republic (Udmurtia)

Geography

The Republic of Udmurtia is a legal entity that is an integral part of the Russian Federation located between two branches of one of the oldest and largest rivers in Europe - Kama and its right tributary Vyatka.

The city of Izhevsk is an administrative, industrial and cultural center of the region. Geographically, it is located not far from Moscow and important industrial center of the Ural region. The city has a well-developed transport system (a railway junction, an airport operating both international and domestic flights, motor roads, etc.) 40km to the south of Izhevsk there is a river port Sarapul that has an outlet to the Baltic and Black Seas.

In the west and north the Udmurt Republic borders with Kirov Region, in the east with Perm Region, in the south with Bashkortostan and Tatarstan. The climate of the region is temperate continental with cold winters and rather warm summers. Average temperatures in January range from -15C in the North to -14 C in the South, in July -from 17 C to 19C.

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