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Yekaterinburg

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Yekaterinburg, also known as Ekaterinburg, is the fourth-largest city in Russia and the administrative headquarters of Sverdlovsk Oblast. It is situated in the heart of the Eurasian continent, on the boundary between Europe and Asia. It has a population of 1,349,772 according to the 2010 Census.

Yekaterinburg is the Ural Federal District’s principal industrial and cultural hub. Between 1924 through 1991, the city was known as Sverdlovsk, after Communist Party leader Yakov Sverdlov.

Yekaterinburg – Info Card

POPULATION :  1,349,772
FOUNDED :  November 18, 1723
TIME ZONE :  YEKT (UTC+05:00)
LANGUAGE : Russian
RELIGION : 
AREA :  495 km2 (191 sq mi)
ELEVATION : 
COORDINATES : 56°50′N 60°35′E
SEX RATIO : Male: 46.2%
 Female: 53.8%
ETHNIC : 
AREA CODE : 343
POSTAL CODE :  620000
DIALING CODE : +7 343
WEBSITE : Official website

Climate of Yekaterinburg

According to the Köppen climatic classification, the city has a humid continental climate (Dfb). Winter lasts around six months, from October to the middle of April, and temperatures may drop to 45 °C (49 °F), albeit seldom lower than 20 °C (4 °F) to 25 °C (13 °F). Summer in the Urals is brief, with just 65–70 days of pleasant weather and an average temperature of +18 °C (64 °F). Because of the city’s position “behind” the mountain range and the city’s extremely varied winds, the weather varies greatly from one day to the next and from year to year.

Geography of Yekaterinburg

Yekaterinburg is located on the boundary of Europe and Asia, 1,667 kilometers (1,036 miles) east of Moscow, on the Iset River on the eastern side of the Ural Mountains. It is bordered by forested hills that have been partly planted for agricultural reasons, as well as tiny lakes.

Economy of Yekaterinburg

The city’s principal industries include machinery, metal processing, and ferrous and nonferrous metallurgy.

The commercial sector has recently strengthened, and corporate hubs like as Yekaterinburg-City are being constructed. The “Vysotsky” is Russia’s highest skyscraper outside of Moscow.

Ural Airlines’ headquarters are in Yekaterinburg.

Internet, Communication in Yekaterinburg

The city’s principal industries include machinery, metal processing, and ferrous and non-ferrous metallurgy.

Recently, the commercial sector has developed, and corporate hubs like as Yekaterinburg-City have been constructed. Outside of Moscow, the “Vysotsky” is Russia’s highest building.

Ural Airlines is headquartered in Yekaterinburg.

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