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Federal cities of Russia

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In the Russian Federation, a city of federal importance[1][2] (Russian: город федерального значения, romanized: gorod federalnogo znacheniya), also known as a federal city, is a city[wp] that has a status of both an inhabited locality and a constituent federal subject[wp]. The Russian Federation has three federal cities: Moscow[wp], Saint Petersburg[wp] and Sevastopol.

Moscow and Saint Petersburg are the largest cities[wp] in the country: Moscow is the national capital[wp] and Saint Petersburg is a former Russian capital and an important port city by the Baltic Sea[wp].[3] Currently, Sevastopol houses the Sevastopol Naval Base[wp], the main port of the Russian Black Sea Fleet[wp].

Map of federal cities of Russia (2014).svg
Map # Code ISO code Name Flag Coat of arms Federal district Economic region Area (km²) Population (2017 est.)
1 77 RU-MOW Moscow Flag of Moscow, Russia.svg Coat of arms of Moscow.svg Central[wp] Central[wp] 2,561.5 12,506,468
2 78 RU-SPE Saint Petersburg Flag of Saint Petersburg.svg Coat of Arms of Saint Petersburg (2003).svg Northwestern[wp] Northwestern[wp] 1,439 5,351,935
3 92 UA-40 Sevastopol Flag of Sevastopol.svg COA of Sevastopol.svg Southern[wp] North Caucasus[wp] 864 436,670


  1. Chapter 3. The Federal Structure - The Constitution of the Russian Federation,
  2. Конституция Российской Федерации
  3. Gritsai, Olga; van der Wusten, Herman (2000). "Moscow and St. Petersburg, a sequence of capitals, a tale of two cities". GeoJournal. 51 (1/2): 33–45. doi:10.1023/A:1010849220006. JSTOR 41147495. S2CID 154264277