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 federal okrug: Siberian
 economic region: East Siberia
 area: 431.5 th.sq.km.
 population: 1 295 th.p.
 index of car numbers: 75
 
 History

Chitinskaya region was a part of Far Eastern region. In 1920-1922 Chita was a capital of Far Eastern republic.

In 19th century the region became the main and the most well-known district of penal servitude. Transsibirskaya railway made Chita the main transport junction of Zabaikalie.

Military meaning of the region is always great. Chita is the centre of military okrug.
 

 Geographical location

Chitinskaya region is situated in Zabaikalie. The region borders on Mongolia in the south, on the republic of Buryatia in the south-west and the west, on Irkutskaya region in the north-west and the north, on the republic of Sakha and Amurskaya region in the north-east, on China in the south-east and the south. Chitinskaya region has boundaries with Aginsky Buryatsky okrug.

In the region there are a lot of lakes and mineral springs.

The climate is sharp continental.
 

 Administrative division

Chitinskaya region is divided into 28 districts, 5 towns of the regional submission, 5 towns of district submission, 41 town settlements, 314 villages.
Centre of the region is the town of Chita. It was founded in 1851. Distance to Moscow is 6,074 km.
 

 
 
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