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Ufa (Russia)

LC control no.n 80097567
Descriptive conventionsrda
Geographic headingUfa (Russia)
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Geographic subdivision usageRussia (Federation)--Ufa
Variant(s)Уфа (Russia)
Ȯfo (Russia)
Bashkort (Russia)
Башкорт (Russia)
Imaen-Qala (Russia)
Oufa (Russia)
Ufa (R.S.F.S.R.)
Special noteNon-Latin script references not evaluated.
Found inBGN gaz., USSR: (Ufa, POPL.; 54°44ʹN, 55°56ʹE)
RSFSR, admin.-territ. delenie, 1981: p. 12-13 (Ufa, capital of Bashkirskai︠a︡ A.S.S.R., founded in 1586)
Russia and newly indepen. nations of USSR, March, 1993: (Ufa, capitol of Bashkortostan)
LC Russian books file, 04-10-95 (1993-1994 hdgs.: Ufa; in Bashkortostan)
Mazhitov, Nii︠a︡z Abdulkhakovich. Sokrovishcha drevneĭ Ufy, 2008: p. 58 (Башкорт = Bashkort; city, referred to in medieval records ceased to be a legendary one and now ...there is every reason to believe that the present-day Ufa is the successor of the medieval city of Bashkort which is kept in memory of the Bashkir people also under its other name--Imaen-Qala)
Ḣaĭlanma ăthărt︠h︡ăr, 2011: t.p. (Ȯfo [in Cyrillic])
Velikai︠a︡ Pobeda sovetskogo naroda : uroki istorii i vyzovy sovremennosti, 2015: t.p. (Уфа = Ufa)
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