Administrative divisions of the Sakha Republic

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Sakha (Yakutia) Republic, Russia Flag of Sakha.svg
Capital: Yakutsk
As of 2014: [1]
# of districts
(улусы / районы)
33
# of cities/towns
(города)
13
# of settlements
(посёлки)
45
# of naslegs
(наслеги)
364
As of 2002: [2]
# of rural localities
(сельские населённые пункты)
590
# of uninhabited rural localities
(сельские населённые пункты без населения)
39

Administrative and municipal divisions

Administrative divisions of the Sakha Republic
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DivisionStructure OKATO OKTMO Urban-type settlement/
district-level town*
Rural
(nasleg)
AdministrativeMunicipal
Yakutsk (Якутск)cityurban okrug98 40198 7012
Zhatay (Жатай)(under Yakutsk )urban okrug98 40198 7020
Abyysky (Абыйский)ulusdistrict98 20198 6015
Aldansky (Алданский)district98 20398 6033
Allaikhovsky (Аллаиховский)ulusdistrict98 20698 6064
Amginsky (Амгинский)ulusdistrict98 20898 60814
Anabarsky (Анабарский)national ulusdistrict98 21098 6102
Bulunsky (Булунский)ulusdistrict98 21298 612
  • Tiksi (Тикси) (Тиксии)
6
Churapchinsky (Чурапчинский)ulusdistrict98 25898 65817
Eveno-Bytantaysky (Эвено-Бытантайский)national ulusdistrict98 25998 6593
Gorny (Горный)ulusdistrict98 22098 6209
Khangalassky (Хангаласский)ulusdistrict98 24498 64416
Kobyaysky (Кобяйский)ulusdistrict98 22498 62411
Lensky (Ленский)district98 22798 6278
Megino-Kangalassky (Мегино-Кангаласский)ulusdistrict98 22998 62930
Mirninsky (Мирнинский)district98 23198 6313
Momsky (Момский)district98 23398 6336
Namsky (Намский)ulusdistrict98 23598 63519
Neryungrinsky (Нерюнгри́нский)district98 40698 6601
Nizhnekolymsky (Нижнеколымский)ulusdistrict98 23798 6373
Nyurbinsky (Нюрбинский)ulusdistrict98 22698 626
  • Nyurba (Нюрба) (Ньурба) town*
18
Olenyoksky (Оленёкский)national ulusdistrict98 24298 6424
Olyokminsky (Олёкминский)ulusdistrict98 24198 64122
Oymyakonsky (Оймяконский)ulusdistrict98 23998 6395
Srednekolymsky (Среднеколымский)ulusdistrict98 24698 6469
Suntarsky (Сунтарский)ulusdistrict98 24898 64826
Tattinsky (Таттинский)ulusdistrict98 20498 60414
Tomponsky (Томпонский)district98 25098 6507
Ust-Aldansky (Усть-Алданский)ulusdistrict98 25298 65221
Ust-Maysky (Усть-Майский)ulusdistrict98 25498 6545
Ust-Yansky (Усть-Янский)ulusdistrict98 25698 6567
Verkhnekolymsky (Верхнеколымский)ulusdistrict98 21598 6155
Verkhnevilyuysky (Верхневилюйский)ulusdistrict98 21498 61421
Verkhoyansky (Верхоянский)ulusdistrict98 21698 61614
Vilyuysky (Вилюйский)ulusdistrict98 21898 61819
Zhigansky (Жиганский)national ulusdistrict98 22298 6224

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References

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