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Overview

Russia is a sovereign nation located in western Siberia.

Towns:

  • Salekhard
  • Obograd
  • Khanty-Mansiysk
  • Uralgrad
  • Nordvik
  • Zhelezniygorsk
  • Ust-Kara
  • Betta
  • Pripolarniy
  • Khabarovsk
  • Arhangelsk

Political system

Whereas Russia is a constitutional monarchy ruled under tsar DarkGlitchJR's hand, democratic elections providing every citizen with a right to vote do also have a significant impact on the nation's course of actions.

Geography

The Russian landscape can be divided into three main types:

  • The northern, hilly, in places low-lying, coastal tundra encompassing most of the nation's towns, including the capital, Salekhard.
  • The Ural mountain range, an area including all Russia's highest mountains, characterized by its rocky landscape, snow-covered mountain tops and harsh living conditions encompassing only one Russian town, Uralgrad. This area, however, also creates a natural barrier by the nation's western border.

Hilly landscape around Ob's basin

  • The sparsely populated West Siberian Plain area, covered in deep coniferous forests, rolling hills, swamps and partly mountains. Most of the few towns in this area are situated directly on the river Ob, as it is the only large source of water.

Infrastructure

Russia disposes of five major towns: Salekhard, Obograd, Khanty-Mansiysk, Uralgrad and Nordvik, whilst all of these, except Nordvik, are connected thoroughly by a railway, offering numerous attractions such as the Obograd-Uralgrad panoramic route or Salekhard subaqueous tunnel and an ice road presenting the most efficient way of transportation. The construction of the stated roads into Nordvik and several other towns is being issued.

Religion

Even though all of the sects and religions are accepted and respected, the major population of Russia is Christian and are a part of the Orthodox Sect. Because Ortodoxism is fairly common in Russia, a Great Orthodox Church is being built in the capital. This makes Russia the strongest representative of the Orthodox sect.

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