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Russia 
is a country with a large geographical area. It is located in an area between the continents of Asia and Europe; its northern region is located in Asia; its eastern region is located on the continent of Europe; Moscow is its official capital. Russia is the largest country in the former Soviet Union. Its territory is about twice as large as the Canadian territory, and it shares 11 world regions distributed in its territory. This changes the time in various Russian regions. Russia also has terrain, natural and geographic environments. Which contributed to make them from countries that are developing and continuing development.

History
The establishment of the First Republic in Russia dates back to 1917, and in 1922 the Russian Federation was declared. It had a clear influence during the Second World War and then the Cold War with the United States of America, especially after the Soviet Union. Which had been directly involved, and after the collapse of the Soviet Union in 1991, Russia became part of the Union of former Soviet republics, and has seen a remarkable development in its policy and economy since the mid-nineties of the twentieth century AD; until this time is still achieved Haudha in many areas.

Geographical nature
Russia is the largest country in terms of geographical area, with a total area of ​​17,075,400 km². The journey between western and eastern Russia takes one week, and Russia is divided into four geographical regions:
Tundra is a region in the north of Russia. It consists of a group of plains, which do not contain trees. The summer is short. Winter is long and its soil is frozen permanently. In the region. Forest region: It is the southern region, where many types of trees are scattered, including pine, rice, fir, oak, maple, etc., and is characterized by mixed soil between arable soil, which is not suitable for it.
The steppe region is the region with the plains and the tree-free prairies. The soil of the region is considered one of the best types of Russian soil; most of its land is agricultural, which is used for growing various plants and trees. 
Region of mountains and sub-desert: It is a region characterized by its diverse climate and its soil, and contains a range of low desert lands, as well as the Caucasus Mountains and dense green forests.

Russia has a variety of lakes and rivers, which contribute to the support of maritime and commercial transport. Most of the Russian rivers are connected with the Arctic Ocean, including Amur and Yenis. The Volga River is one of the most famous rivers in Russia, Moscow, and the Caspian Sea, and there are many other rivers that form part of Russia's water bodies.

The climate
The Russian climate is relatively cold and cold. Russia is characterized by its long and very cold weather. Snow covers most of the Russian regions. For example, the snow in Moscow and surrounding areas lasts for five months. In the northern part of Russia, snow lasts eight months. Russia's soil is in a state of stagnation, making it unsuitable for agriculture, and Russia's temperature is very variable in the seasons. Temperatures in some areas of winter may reach below minus 46 degrees Celsius, In Chapter Summer temperatures is up to a range of 16-38 ° C.

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