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Eastern Siberia is a region in Russia.

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Map of Eastern Siberia


 
Eastern Siberia regions - Color-coded map
  Buryatia
  Zabaykalsky Krai
formerly Chita Oblast and Agin-Buryat Autonomous Okrug
  Irkutsk Oblast
  Tuva

CitiesEdit

  • 1 Angarsk — Irkutsk Oblast's second largest city, on the Trans-Siberian Railway
  • 2 Bratsk — a large city on the Baikal-Amur Mainline
  • 3 Chita — center of Zabaykasky Krai and an important site for the exile of the Decembrists
  • 4 Irkutsk — the region's largest city and most visited destination
  • 5 Kyzyl — the capital of Tuva claims to be the exact center of Asia
  • 6 Severobaikalsk — on the northern Buryat shores of Lake Baikal
  • 7 Ulan Ude — the capital of Buryatia and a center for Buryat culture

Other destinationsEdit

  • 1 Lake Baikal. Located between Buryatia and Irkutsk Oblast, is the deepest and oldest lake in the world and also the planet's largest body of freshwater. Lake Baikal is the exclusive home of the freshwater seal.

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