North Caucasus Federal District, Russia (North Caucasian)

North Caucasus Federal District overview

North Caucasus Federal District is an administrative region of Russia appeared by the decree of Russian President in January 19, 2010.

The land area of the district is about 1% of total Russian territory and the population is about 6,5% of total population of Russia. The administrative center of North Caucasus Federal District is Pyatigorsk city.

North Caucasus Federal District population - 9,541,000 (2012); land area - 170,439 sq. km.

North Caucasus district map, Russia


North Caucasus Federal District includes the following 7 federal subjects of Russian Federation:

The largest cities of North Caucasus Federal District are:

North Caucasus district of Russia photos

North Caucasus Federal District landscapes

Kabardino-Balkaria Republic nature

Kabardino-Balkaria Republic nature

Author: Sergey Vasiljev

Karachay-Cherkessia Republic nature

Karachay-Cherkessia Republic nature

Author: Robert Racek

Chechnya Republic landscape

Chechnya Republic landscape

Author: Imran Baino


North Caucasus Federal District mosques

Makhachkala city mosque

Makhachkala city mosque

Author: Ivan Shkalikov

Vladikavkaz city mosque

Vladikavkaz city mosque

Author: Maritsa Strukova

Grozny city mosque

Grozny city mosque

Author: Ali Germenchuk


North Caucasus Federal District mountains

Adygeya republic mountains

Adygeya republic mountains

Author: Alekseev Mitya

North Ossetia Republic view

North Ossetia Republic view

Author: Yegorin Sergey


The comments of our visitors

Sriram
Caucusus
I am from Bangalore, India. I like the beauty of Caucasus, the people, their villages. I hope i will visit Caucasus one day in my life. Thanks for this article and the photographs!

RKM
Photography
Absolutely beautiful photos.

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