Map Yakutsk Russia for Printing

A general overview of Yakutsk, Russia. 

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Yakutsk is the capital city of the Sakha Republic, also known as Yakutia, and is located in the Russian Far East. Here is a general description of the districts, communities, and main streets in Yakutsk:

  1. Districts:
    • Central District: This is the heart of Yakutsk and includes the historical and administrative center of the city. Many government buildings, cultural institutions, and historical landmarks are situated in this district.
    • Leninsky District: Located to the south of the central part, Leninsky District is primarily residential. It has various residential neighborhoods and some industrial areas.
    • Sverdlovsk District: This district is situated to the southwest of the central area. It encompasses both residential and industrial zones.
    • Kirovsky District: Found to the southeast of the city center, Kirovsky District includes a mix of residential areas and industrial zones.
    • Oktyabrsky District: Located to the east of the central district, Oktyabrsky is another residential area with various amenities for the local population.
  2. Communities:
    • Yakutsk has a diverse population with various ethnic groups. Communities often form around cultural and social centers, and neighborhoods within different districts may have unique characteristics.
    • The indigenous Sakha people, also known as Yakuts, are a significant part of the population, and you may find communities preserving and celebrating their cultural heritage.
  3. Main Streets:
    • Lenin Avenue: This is one of the central and busiest streets in Yakutsk, home to numerous shops, restaurants, and cultural institutions. It’s a popular destination for both locals and visitors.
    • Kulakovskogo Street: Another important street in Yakutsk, Kulakovskogo Street is known for its commercial activities, with various shops and services lining the road.
    • Ordzhonikidze Street: This street is notable for its historical significance and the presence of government buildings. It connects several key areas of the city.
    • Kirov Street: This street runs through Kirovsky District and is an important route for both residential and industrial purposes.

Keep in mind that the development of cities can change, and new infrastructure projects or changes in urban planning may have occurred since my last update. For the most accurate and up-to-date information, it’s recommended to consult local sources or recent city guides.

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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