10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «TUVINIAN AUTONOMOUS REPUBLIC»
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Wilderness in Mythology and Religion: Approaching Religious ...
... lake, south-east of the Tuvinian Autonomous Republic of Russia, and
southwest of Russia's Buryat Autonomous Region, the Shishged Depression is a
geographically isolated lowland situated between three large mountain
Not Quite Shamans: Spirit Worlds and Political Lives in ...
Located west of the Hövsgöl Nuur, Mongolia's biggest freshwater lake, southeast
of the Tuvinian Autonomous Republic and southwest of the Buryat Autonomous
Region of Russia, the Shishged Depression—or Darhad Depression, as it is also
Morten Axel Pedersen, 2011
On the whole, the Tuvinians inhabit the territory of Tuva, which is also known as
the Tuvinian Autonomous Republic. There are groups that have chosen to
relocate elsewhere. A small group from northeastern Tuvinians comprised of
Vitaly Michka, Nikolas Michka, Lubov Yurkiv, 1994
The Encyclopedia Americana
... The Brave African Huntress ( 1958), and Aiaiyi and His Inherited Poverty (1967
). TUVA AUTONOMOUS SOVIET SOCIALIST REPUBLIC, too'va, is in the
Russian republic of the USSR. It is also known as the Tuvinian Autonomous
The remote, sparsely populated Tuvinian autonomous republic, located to the
north of Mongolia, has become the latest scene of interethnic violence in the
Soviet Union. The violence has cost a number of lives and led to the flight of at
Guide to the republics of the former Soviet Union
An independence movement has emerged in the Tuvinian autonomous republic,
an area occupied by 300,000 non-Muslim Turkic peoples who live along the
border with China. The conclusion of the Federation Treaty has granted the
David Thomas Twining, 1993
The Cinema of Werner Herzog: Aesthetic Ecstasy and Truth
Herzog tellsus:'The filmbegins in the Tuvinian Autonomous Republic, just
northwest of Mongolia. An old man is throat singing about the beauty
ofamountain. Later in the filmthere are two young kids – oneis twelve, the other
isfourteen– and ...
Kirsten Moana Thompson, 2013
Regional identity under Soviet rule: the case of the Baltic ...
... Chinese region of Tannu Tuva, and on October 11, 1944 incorporated it into
the Russian Soviet Federated Socialist Republic as the Tuva Autonomous
Region, which was elevated to the status of the Tuvinian Autonomous Republic
Dietrich André Loeber, Vytas Stanley Vardys, Laurence Patrick Anthony Kitching, 1990
Studies on the Soviet Union
389,000 166,000 673,000 136,000 752,000 150,000 YAKUT AUTONOMOUS
REPUBLIC TUVINIAN AUTONOMOUS REPUBLIC Urban . Rural .. Total Urban
Rural. I 'il-.an 15,000 4,500 239,000 36,000 324,000 40,000 Rural 272,000
The Diluvian impact: the great flood catastrophe 10,000 ...
... Turkish speaking Mongols, and aboriginal Palaeo-Siberians, particularly
Tunguses, lives at present partly in southern Siberia (Tannu-Tuva, Tuvinian
Autonomous Republic), partly in northeastern Siberia, including the New
Siberian Islands ...