Komi Republic


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Komi Republic

(ˈkəʊmɪ)
n
(Placename) a constituent republic of NW Russia: annexed by the princes of Moscow in the 14th century. Capital: Syktyvkar. Pop: 1 019 000 (2002). Area: 415 900 sq km (160 540 sq miles)
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