Yakutsk

city and capital of Sakha republic (Yakutia), in far northeastern Russia, on the Lena River. A fort was founded on the Lena`s low right bank in 1632 ... [2 related articles]
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Yakutsk

Yakutsk (yukOOtsk') , city (1989 pop. 187,000), capital of the Sakha Republic, E Siberian Russia, a major port on the Lena River. It is also a highway center and has tanneries, sawmills, and brickworks. Yakutsk was founded in 1632. It has a university (founded 1956) and the Yakutsk branch of the...
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Yakutsk

Capital, economic and cultural centre of the Republic of Sakha (formerly Yakutia), eastern Siberia, Russian Federation; population (2002) 210,600. It is situated on the left bank of the middle Lena. The city has saw-milling, leather and shoe, and food-processing industries. Yakutsk was founded in 1632 by Cossack explorers; it became...
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