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Tuva (Russia)

LC control no.n 92084141
Descriptive conventionsrda
Geographic headingTuva (Russia)
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Geographic subdivision usageRussia (Federation)--Tuva
Variant(s)OKhU-yn Tuva Uls
OKhU-yn Tuvagiĭn Bu̇gd Naĭramdakh Uls
Republic of Tuva (Russia)
Republic of Tyva (Russia)
República Tuvá (Russia)
République de Touva (Russia)
Respublika Tuva (Russia)
Respublika Tuwa (Russia)
Respublika Tyva (Russia)
Tang-nu-wu-liang-hai (Russia)
Tangnu wulianghai (Russia)
Touva (Russia)
Tuva Republic (Russia)
Tuva Uls (Russia)
Tuvagiĭn Bu̇gd Naĭramdakh Uls (Russia)
Tyva Republic (Russia)
Tyva Respublika (Russia)
Tyva (Russia)
Республика Тыва (Russia)
Тува (Russia)
Тыва (Russia)
Тыва Республика (Russia)
See alsoTuvinskai︠a︡ A.S.S.R. (R.S.F.S.R.)
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Other standard no.140865006
Associated countryRussia (Federation)
Associated placeSiberia (Russia)
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Found inMollerov, N.M. Istoki bratstva, 1989.
Respublika Tyva (Tuva), 1994.
Russia and the newly independent nations of the former USSR [MAP] March, 1993: (Russian Federation: Republic: Tuva)
LC Russbks file, 10-11-95 (Respublika Tuva)
CIA. Russia: admin. divisions [MAP] Aug., 1994: (Republic Tuva)
Novai︠a︡ Rossii︠a︡, 1994: p. 57 (Respublika Tyva; capital Kyzyl)
Bashky, mart, 1994: p. 37, etc. (Tyva Respublika; Tyva); maĭ, 1994: t.p. verso, etc. (Respublika Tyva)
Russia and post-Soviet Republics [MAP], 1992: (Respublika Tuva)
Rosja i jej sa̜siedzi [MAP], 1993: (Respublika Tuwa)
BGN. Foreign names info. bull., June 1992, surrogate: p. 6 (former name: Tuvinskaya Avtonomnaya Sovetskaya Sotsialisticheskaya Respublika; provisional new name: Tuva, ADM2, 51⁰30ʹN, 95⁰00ʹE)
Tangnu Wulianghai li shi zi liao hui bian, 1999: t.p. (Tangnu Wulianghai) pref. (used to be part of China; colonized by Russia, 1914; returned to China, 1919; taken by Soviet Union, 1944)
GeoNet, Mar. 10, 2006: (hdg.: Tang-nu-wu-liang-hai)
Dans la taïga céleste, c2005: p. 44 (République de Touva)
Tuvagiĭn tu̇u̇khėnd kholbogdokh arkhivyn barimtyn ėmkhėtgėl, 2011- : t.p. (OKhU-yn Tuva Ulsyn ... ) 3rd prelim. p. (OKhU-yn Tuvagiĭn Bu̇gd Naĭramdakh Ulsyn ... )
Wikipedia, March 27, 2020 (Tuva (Russian: Тува = Tuva) or Tyva (Tuvan: Тыва = Tyva), officially the Tyva Republic (Russian: Республика Тыва = Respublika Tyva; Tuvan: Тыва Республика = Tyva Respublika), is a federal subject of Russia (a republic, also defined in the Constitution of the Russian Federation as a state). The Tuvan republic lies at the geographical center of Asia, in southern Siberia; from 1921 to 1944, Tuva constituted a sovereign, independent nation under the name of Tannu Tuva, officially, the Tuvan People's Republic, or the People's Republic of Tannu Tuva. The independence of Tannu Tuva, however, was recognized only by its neighbors: the Soviet Union and Communist Mongolia)
Wikidata, March 27, 2020 (Tuva Republic; also known as: Tyva, Tuva, Tyva Republic, Republic of Tuva, Republic of Tyva, República Tuvá)
Not found inLC data base, 08-21-92 (hdg.: Tuvinskai︠a︡ A.S.S.R. (R.S.F.S.R.))
Geographic area codee-ru--- RU-TY