Far East Federal District, Russia (Far Eastern)

Far East Federal District overview

Far East Federal District is an administrative region of Russia appeared by the Russian President decree in May 13, 2000.

The territory of the region is about 36% of total Russian territory. The population of the region is about 4,4% of total population of Russia. The administrative center of Far East Federal District is Khabarovsk city.

Far East Federal District population - 6,251,000 (2012); land area - 6,169,329 sq. km.

Far East district map, Russia


There are 68 cities and towns on the territory of Far East Federal District. About 82% of the population are Russians, 6,5% - Yakuts, 4,2% - Ukrainians, 0,9% - Koreans, 0,8% - Tatars.

Far East Federal District includes the following 9 federal subjects of Russian Federation:

The largest cities of Far East Federal District are:

Far East district of Russia photos

Far East Federal District views

Amur region nature

Amur region nature

Author: Sveshnikov Alexander

Kamchatka region nature

Kamchatka region nature

Author: Korotnev A.V.

Primorsky region nature

Primorsky region nature

Author: Viktor Koblov


Far East Federal District churches

Blagoveschensk city church

Blagoveschensk city church

Author: Anna Anemirovskaya

Magadan city church

Magadan city church

Author: Gudkov Konstantin


Far East Federal District scenery

Kamchatka volcanic eruption

Kamchatka volcanic eruption

Author: Korotnev A.V.


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