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Exaggerated Relief Map of Japan, Korea, northern China and the Russian Far East
Evolution of the Moscow metro system 1935-2011
Percentage of population able to hold a conversation in Russian in the EU by country
1584 Gdansk, Kaliningrad, Konigsberg, Prussia: Baltic Sea Coastline to Memel (Klaipeda)
1900 Russian map of the Grand Duchy of Finland
Serio-comic war map for the year 1877. Russia - a vicious-looking Octopus - its eight lengthy tentacles extending into Northern and Eastern Europe, the Middle East and Asia
Map of Novaya Zemlya, Russia, around 1600
1878 Ethnographic map of Russia in Europe
The Russian Front in Review 1941-1942 - Office of Strategic Services map
1860 Mitchell Map of North America : showing Russian America, Danish America, British America, United States, Central America and West Indies
Russian Empire in 1745
The unusual route taken by two Russian Tu-160 bombers on their way to Syria
Serio-comic map of Europe (based on the 1899 map by Fred W. Rose) incorporating Russia & the United States for the year 2016 / by Andy Davey
Russian economy fitted into Western Europe
How close the Germans were to Moscow
A 1792 map of the Russian Empire .
Population density of Russian Empire (European side) 1893
Ephemeral States of the Russian Civil War
Russian population split into 3 equal areas
Andrees Handatlas 1914: Southeastern Europe: Austria-Hungary still exists, Transsilvania didnt belong to Romania, Bulgaria had access to the mediteranean sea, Macedonia and Kosovo belonged to Serbia, and Moldova belonged to Russia.
Weird short-lived states of the Russian Civil War
Forest cover percentage by federal subject in Russia
Russian Map of the Caucasus Viceroyalty (Krai). 1868
Russia in Europe, 1850
West Russia (1902)
Forest Cover Map of European Russia from the late 19th century
Kazakhstan was the last Republic to leave the Soviet Union, even after Russia left. which means that for 4 days, this was the de facto USSR (Shown in red)
Gerard Mercator's first map of Russia, from the first edition of his Atlas.
An anti-Russia satirical map produced by a Japanese student in 1877 during the Russo-Japanese War
Russian America in 1860
Highly detailed Russian topographical map of Australia with towns and cities
Growth of Russia, 1613 - 1914
1860 map of Russian America (Alaska)
The Kavrayskiy VII projection is a map projection invented by Vladimir V. Kavrayskiy in 1939 as a general purpose pseudocylindrical projection. It produces maps with low overall distortion, despite its straight, evenly-spaced parallels and a simple formulation. By Strebe, using Geocart
Russian expansion into Siberia (16th and 17th century)
Moscow, 1695 -
Manchuria Meets Siberia: The Amur River dividing densely populated China from barren Russia
Half of Russia's 144mln population lives in the red part
Possible republics of Russia
Russia's actual size compared to Australia
Europe on the eve of Napoleon's Russian campaign, 1812
Russia in Asia and Tartary, 1850
Gdansk, Kaliningrad, Konigsberg, Prussia: Baltic Sea Coastline to Memel (Klaipeda) Printed in Antwerp & incl. in Theatrum Orbis Terrarum (1584)
Number and percentage share of Ukrainians in the population of regions of the RSFSR (Russian Soviet Federative Socialist Republic) - 1926 census
The True Size of Russia
West Russia (aka Poland, Belarus and Ukraine) - early XXth century
Borderline between North Korea, China and Russia
Map of natural increase/decline population of Russia in 2013. Red - natural growth, blue - natural decline
Europe from the eyes of Moscow in the Cold War.
Forest area in Russia
Köppen climate types of Russia
What the sizes of Greenland and Russia would look like on a map if they were at the equator
Countries which have expelled Russian diplomates this week
You can sail from Poland to Russia in a straight line
The Soviet major offensives of 30 November - 22 December 1939 in the Winter War.
Differences between Google Maps and Yandex Maps (Russian competitor) in Europe
Russia's New EU Neighbours
The final map of countries that are going to compete for the FIFA World Cup 2018 in Russia
Illustrated map of European Russia (1903)
Russian Empire at its territorial peak (1866)
Population Density in Russia
Russia's Ethnic Republics (1989)
On the lower reaches of the Volga River, there once existed a separate republic for Russia’s Germans. This is a Map of the Volga German ASSR 1920
Europe seen from Russia (1943), Colorised with Pre-War borders of the Soviet Union and Germany, and showing the furthest extent of the Axis invasion into the Soviet Union.
Russia's governors by eye color
Zenith of Russian Empire, 1830
European and Asian Russia by size of economy in 2015
Density of population in Russia in 2013
Map showing different languages spoken in Russia
The area in green(Bangladesh) houses a bigger population than the area in red(Russia)
9 ways to Divide Russia (Internal Russian memes explanation in comments)
The Russian Exclave You Don't Hear About
As agreed to by the German Empire and Bolshevik Russia in 1917, the Treaty of Brest-Litovsk outlined a postwar Eastern Europe with these borders
Ethnic Russians in the Russian Federation
American expansion and Russian expansion - until the start of WW1
Russian Empire under Alexander II in 1867
Knowledge of Russian in the EU
Night Lights of the European part of Russia
Russians were once banned from a third of the USA. Areas marked in red on this map were off limits to Soviet visitors as of 11 November 1957
Etymologies of the Russian regions
Ethnic Russians (as a percentage of the total population) in Russia in 1989 .
Population density in Russia
All territory occupied by Russia (and the USSR) at one point in history
Anti-Russian satirical map produced by a Japanese student at Keio University during the Russo-Japanese War, 1904
Number of abandoned villages in Russia
Czech Rail recalls 2018 diaries with maps containing ISIS, Russian Crimea, independent South Ossetia, Abkhasia and Nagorno Karabakh.
Forest Cover of Russia
Map of Russia without Autonomous regions and Republics
Percentage of EU population aged 15-34 years who speak Russian
Second largest ethnic groups in Russia
You can fit the entirety of Luxembourg into Russia and still be able to drive around it
European countries with smaller population than Moscow
Map of Russia's murder rate, 2000 vs 2017
Prison map of Europe. The percentage of prisoners from the total population of various European countries. In total, more than 1.5 million people are in prison in Europe. 609 000 of them are in Russia
‘A Humorous Diplomatic Atlas of Europe and Asia” (1904), an anti-Russian map created by a Japanese student at Keio University during the Russo-Japanese War
Y-DNA similarity between Russians and other Europeans
1897 map of the largest ethnolinguistic group of the Russian Empire by subdivision
The left island belongs to Russia. The right island belongs to the US. The shortest distance between the US and Russia is a little over 2 miles.
You can fit the Middle East and the Caucasus (minus Russia) inside of Australia
Moscow has six circles of road around the city.
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