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Autonomous city of Saint Petersburg, Russia

Location of autonomous city of Saint Petersburg on a map

Saint Petersburg is a autonomous city found in the nation of Russia. Home to 4,662,547 people, it is the 4th largest division in Russia in terms of population.

Saint Petersburg gained its current status as a autonomous city in the year 1611. The government of Saint Petersburg is lead by Georgy Poltavchenkoand is based in the autonomous city capital of Saint Petersburg (Population: 5,028,000).

The most populous cities in Saint Petersburg are: Saint Petersburg (Population: 5,028,000), Krasnogvargeisky (Population: 337,091), Centralniy (Population: 214,625), Vasyl'evsky Ostrov (Population: 203,058), Admiralteisky (Population: 157,897).

Saint Petersburg Autonomous city - Quick Facts

Country Russia
Region Type Autonomous city
Time Zone MSK
Year of Establishment 1611
Capital Saint Petersburg (Population: 5,028,000)
Head of Government Georgy Poltavchenko
Total Population 4,662,547
Total Area 1,439 sq km (556 sq miles)
Population Density 3,240.1 sq km (8,391.9 sq miles)
This page was last updated on July 24, 2015.

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