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Nazran ( Français: Nazran, Russian: Назрань, Spanish: Nazran’, Deutsch: Nasran) is a city in Russia, situated in the Republic Of Ingushetia region. According to the latest census, the city population is about 164131 inhabitants. Geographical coordinates of Nazran (WGS84): (lat.): 43° 13' 34" N ( 43.2261 ), (long.): 44° 45' 54" E ( 44.765 ). Interested in Nazran’s history, and other interesting facts? Learn more about the city’s history and culture from Wikipedia article about Nazran.

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  • Nazran

    Lat:43.226Lon:44.765
    Russia

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Nazran
Temp: 18 °C
Wind Chill:18 °C
Pressure:52 %
Speed:18 km/h
Direction:218 °
Humidity: mb
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Weather station:
Wladikavkaz, 22 km

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    Nazran (Russian: Назра́нь; Ingush: Наьсара, Näsara) is a town in the Republic of Ingushetia, Russia. It served as the republic's capital in 1991–2000, until it was replaced with Magas, which was specially built for this purpose. It is the most populous town in the republic: 93,335 (2010 Census);125,066 (2002 Census);18,246 (1989 Census).

    History

    18th–20th centuries

    Nazran was founded in the 18th century. After becoming a military fortress in 1817, Nazran saw large numbers of Ingush population moving into it. It was granted town status in 1967.

    During the Soviet period, Nazran was the administrative center of Nazranovsky District within the Chechen–Ingush Autonomous Soviet Socialist Republic. After the Republic of Ingushetia and the Chechen Republic were separated in 1991, the town became the republic's capital. This brought about a sharp increase in population: while counting 18,246 inhabitants according to the 1989 Census, during the 2002 Census Nazran had as many as 125,056 inhabitants.

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