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Ust-Orda is a village in the Irkutsk region of Russia. Located on the river Where, at 62 km from Irkutsk. The centre of a large agricultural region of Eastern Siberia. The former center of Ust-Orda Buryat Autonomous Okrug. The population of 14,9 thousand people, 89,88% Russian, 3.12% of the drilled, of 2.08% of Ukrainians.

Telephone code: 7 395 41. Postal codes: 669001, 996002. Automobile codes: 38, 85, 138.

Based in 1837 year, the place of the Buryat village Hunger (from the Buryat word meaning "salt"). Named for being Radom postal stations Ust-Orda (the station name is given on the location in the mouth of the river Ordosica). In 1925 year became the aimag center, with 1937 years was the center of Ust-Orda Buryat Autonomous Okrug. In 1942 year he received the status of a working settlement, and the name Ust-Orda.

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Near to Ust-Ordynsky: Angarsk (Russia) 62 km, Irkutsk (Russia) 66 km, Usolye-Sibirskoye (Russia) 73 km, Cheremkhovo (Russia) 118 km
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