Екатеринбург

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Object location 59° 57′ 00″ N, 30° 19′ 00″ E Kartographer map based on OpenStreetMap. View all coordinates using: OpenStreetMap - Google Earth info Edit coordinates on Wikidata
Yekaterinburg 
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Russian city
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Instance of city (1783),
largest city (Sverdlovsk Oblast, 17 November 1934)
Named after
Location Yekaterinburg Municipality, Russia
Head of government
Inception 1723
Population
  • 4,000 ±500 (1724)
  • 7,969 (1781)
  • 9,276 (1786)
  • 10,023 (1807)
  • 13,026 (1820)
  • 14,973 (1836)
  • 15,471 (1851)
  • 16,900 ±100 (1856)
  • 19,832 (1861)
  • 30,274 (1877)
  • 37,399 (1887)
  • 43,239 (1897)
  • 69,210 (1913)
  • 71,590 (1917)
  • 91,400 ±100 (1920)
  • 97,400 ±100 (1923)
  • 140,000 ±1000 (1926)
Area
  • 468 square kilometre
Elevation above sea level
  • 270 metre
  • 237 metre
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Authority control
VIAF ID: 139702634
GND ID: 4294585-9
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56° 49′ 59.88″ N, 60° 34′ 59.88″ E

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blazon Yekaterinburg, alternatively romanised as Ekaterinburg, is Russia's fourth-largest city after Moscow, Saint Petersburg, and Novosibirsk.
Main category: Yekaterinburg

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Main category: Maps of Yekaterinburg

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