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see Ulan-UdeUlan-Ude
, city (1989 pop. 353,000), capital of the Buryat Republic, SE Siberian Russia, on the Selenga River near its confluence with the Uda. A major transportation hub, it is a river port, a junction on the Trans-Siberian RR, and the starting point of a railway to Ulaanbaatar
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, Russia.
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until 1934, the name of the city of Ulan-Ude, the capital of the Buriat ASSR.

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Bogdanov (Verkhneudinsk: Buriat-mongol'skoe izdatel'stvo, 1926), 109-10.