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Yakutia, also known as the Republic of Sakha, is located in the , and is notable for being the largest subnational governing body by area.
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is the capital city of and one of the oldest and coldest cities of .

is an Arctic town in the oblast in .
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is an abandoned town in . is an abandoned town on the junction of the old and new roads on the Kolyma Highway.

The is a region in . Geographic peculiarities of the vast continental region of create extraordinarily low temperatures in certain parts of the .

is a city in . Gold mining town of about 17000 people located at the confluence of the Nera and Indigirka rivers.

is a city in . The relatively modern coal mining town of around 65 000 people was built attractively on a hill top overlooking an enormous coal mine.

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English: Sakha (Yakutiya) Republic, English: Sakha, Finnish: Sahan tasavalta, French: Iakoutie, French: République de Sakha, German: Jakutien, German: Sacha, Italian: Sacha-Jacuzia, Norwegian Bokmål: Sakha, Norwegian Nynorsk: Sakha, Portuguese: Iacútia, Russian: Республика Саха (Якутия), Russian: Саха (Якутия), Spanish: República de Sajá, Spanish: Sajá Yakutia, Yakut: Саха Сирэ, Sakha (Yakutiya), Yakut A.S.S.R., Yakutskaya ASSR, Yakutskaya Avtonomnaya Sovetskaya Sotsialisticheskaya Respublika
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