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Yekaterinburg (Russian: Екатеринбу́рг; IPA: [jɪkətʲɪrʲɪnˈburk]), alternatively romanized Ekaterinburg, is the fourth-largest city in Russia and the ...

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Ekaterinburg or Yekaterinburg, from 1942 till 1991 - Sverdlovsk, is the fourth largest city in Russia (after Moscow, St. Petersburg and Novosibirsk), the capital of ...

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Yurovsky told them that the Soviet had decided to move them because there was trouble in Ekaterinburg and asked them to wait in a small room until a truck ...

www.ekaterinburg.tv/history.htm

History of Ekaterinburg city since year of foundation 1723 through present time.

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By train[edit]. Ekaterinburg (Sverdlovsk) Station. See also: Trans-Siberian Railway. All Trans-Siberian trains stop at Yekaterinburg-Sverdlovsk Railway Station.

www.fifa.com/worldcup/destination/cities/city=35122/index.html

Ekaterinburg is one of the Host Cities for 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia™

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UNESCO has named Ekaterinburg one of the world's twelve ideal cities and this title perfectly suits the capital of Ural, a territory full of natural treasures such as ...

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Ekaterinburg State Academic Opera and Ballet Theatre 46a, Lenina str., Ekaterinburg Public relations: +7 (343) 350-57-83. International dept: +7 (343) 350-26- ...

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Ekaterinburg (also known as Yekaterinburg) is the third largest Russian city, administrative centre of the Sverdlovsk region and the capital of the Urals.