The city of Ulan Ude is the capital of the Republic of Buryatia in the Siberian region of Russia and is a stop on the Trans Siberian Railway. To the west is the Baikal Lake and Irkutsk and to the south of the city is Mongolia. According to 2010 data, the city has a population of approximately 400 thousand people. In the city's name the word Ude comes from the Ude river, while the word Ulan means red in Buryat. The city is located approximately 5600 kilometers east of Moscow and is located at an altitude of 600 meters above sea level.
Although there are structures richly made of wood and stone in the historical center of the city, examples of Russian classicism can be found along the river banks. In addition to this, the history of the peoples of the region is told in the large ethnographic museum in the city. The extraordinary statue of Vladimir Lenin is the largest statue in the world and is located in the central square of the city. In the city it experiences a continental climate. In the winter months, dry, long and cold weather is experienced and the summer months are mild. Rainfall is usually seen during the hottest summer months.
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Ulan Ude flights are organized to Baikal Intl. Airport.