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Administrative territory of Altai Krai, Russia

Location of administrative territory of Altai Krai on a map

Altai Krai is a administrative territory found in the nation of Russia. Home to 2,607,426 people, it is the 20th largest division in Russia in terms of population.

Altai Krai gained its current status as a administrative territory in the year 1937. The government of Altai Krai is lead by Alexander Karlinand is based in the administrative territory capital of Barnaul (Population: 599,579).

The most populous cities in Altai Krai are: Barnaul (Population: 599,579), Biysk (Population: 215,430), Rubtsovsk (Population: 161,065), Novoaltaysk (Population: 61,050), Zarinsk (Population: 52,209).

Altai Krai Administrative territory - Quick Facts

Country Russia
Region Type Administrative territory
Time Zone +07
Year of Establishment 1937
Capital Barnaul (Population: 599,579)
Head of Government Alexander Karlin
Total Population 2,607,426
Total Area 169,100 sq km (65,290 sq miles)
Population Density 15.4 sq km (39.9 sq miles)
This page was last updated on July 24, 2015.

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