Map Ufa Russia for Printing

A general overview of Ufa, Russia, including some of its districts and main streets. 

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Ufa is the capital and largest city of the Republic of Bashkortostan, Russia. It is situated on the Belaya River and is an important cultural, economic, and industrial center in the region.

  1. Districts:
    • Kirov District: This district is located in the central part of the city and is one of the historical districts. It includes the city’s central square and administrative buildings.
    • Ordzhonikidzevsky District: Situated to the west of the city center, this district is known for its residential areas and various amenities.
    • Sovetsky District: Located in the eastern part of Ufa, Sovetsky District is known for its diverse population and housing options.
    • Leninsky District: Positioned to the south of the city center, Leninsky District is home to various industrial facilities and residential neighborhoods.
  2. Communities:
    • Akademgorodok (Academic Town): This community is home to Ufa State Aviation Technical University and various research institutions, contributing to the city’s academic and scientific atmosphere.
    • Kumertau Microdistrict: Situated in the northeastern part of the city, this area is known for its industrial and residential zones.
  3. Main Streets:
    • Lenin Street (Ulitsa Lenina): A central street in Ufa, Lenin Street is known for its shops, restaurants, and cultural landmarks. It serves as one of the main thoroughfares in the city.
    • October Avenue (Prospect Oktyabrya): This avenue runs through the central part of Ufa and is home to various commercial establishments, government buildings, and cultural institutions.
    • Pushkin Street (Ulitsa Pushkina): Another important street in Ufa, Pushkin Street hosts a mix of businesses, cafes, and shops, making it a popular destination for both residents and visitors.
    • Zaki Validi Street: Named after the famous Bashkir poet Zaki Validi, this street is significant for its cultural and historical importance.

Please note that the development of districts and communities can change, and new areas may have emerged since my last update. It’s advisable to refer to recent local sources or maps for the latest information on Ufa’s urban structure.

Author: Kirill Shrayber, Ph.D.

I have been working with vector cartography for over 25 years, including GPS, GIS, Adobe Illustrator and other professional cartographic software.

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