Territorium Crasnoiarense[1] sive Krasnoiarense[2][3] (Russice Красноярский край, tr. Krasnojarskij kraj) est subiectum Foederationis Russicae, die 7 Decembris 1934 formatum et ex anno 2000 in Districtum (Circulum) Foederalem Sibericum inclusum, urbem capitalem habens Crasnoiarium.

Wikidata Territorium Crasnoiarense
Res apud Vicidata repertae:
Territorium Crasnoiarense: insigne
Territorium Crasnoiarense: insigne
Territorium Crasnoiarense: vexillum
Territorium Crasnoiarense: vexillum
territorium Russicae Foederationis, federal subject of Russia
Civitas: Russia
Locus: 59°53′0″N 91°40′0″E
Situs interretialis

Forma

Area: 2 339 700±1 chiliometrum quadratum
Caput: Crasnoiarium
Subdivisiones: Abansky District, Achinsky District, Balakhtinsky District, Beryozovsky District, Krasnoyarsk Krai, Birilyussky District, Bogotolsky District, Boguchansky District, Bolshemurtinsky District, Bolsheuluysky District, Dzerzhinsky District, Krasnoyarsk Krai, Yemelyanovsky District, Yeniseysky District, Yermakovsky District, Idrinsky District, Ilansky District, Irbeysky District, Kazachinsky District, Kansky District, Karatuzsky District, Kezhemsky District, Kozulsky District, Krasnoturansky District, Kuraginsky District, Mansky District, Minusinsky District, Motyginsky District, Nazarovsky District, Nizhneingashsky District, Novosyolovsky District, Partizansky District, Krasnoyarsk Krai, Pirovsky District, Rybinsky District, Krasnoyarsk Krai, Sayansky District, Severo-Yeniseysky District, Sukhobuzimsky District, Taymyrsky Dolgano-Nenetsky District, Taseyevsky District, Turukhansky District, Tyukhtetsky District, Uzhursky District, Uyarsky District, Sharypovsky District, Shushensky District, Evenkiysky District, Achinsk Urban Okrug, Bogotol Urban Okrug, Borodino Urban Okrug, Divnogorsk Urban Okrug, Yeniseysk Urban Okrug, Kansk Urban Okrug, krai city of Krasnoyarsk, Lesosibirsk Urban Okrug, Minusinsk Urban District, Nazarovo Urban Okrug, Norilsk Urban Okrug, Sosnovoborsk Urban Okrug, Sharypovo Urban Okrug, Zheleznogorsk Urban Okrug, Kedrovy Urban Okrug, Zelenogorsk Urban Okrug, ZATO Solnechny

Gestio

Praefectus: Mikhail Kotjukov

Vita

Incolae: 2 855 899
Sermo publicus: Russica
Zona horaria: Tempus Crasnoiarianum, Asia/Krasnoyarsk

Sigla

Siglum autoraedarum: 24, 124

Tabula aut despectus

Territorium Crasnoiarense: situs
Territorium Crasnoiarense: situs

In Siberia (praesertim Orientali) in pelve hydrographica Ieniseae situm, cum Iacutia et regione Ircutensi in oriente, Tuva et Chakassia in meridie, regionibus Kemerovensi et Tomensi ac districtibus (circulis) autonomis Chanty-MansiensiIugra et Iamalo-Nenetico regionis Tumenensis in occidente conterminum, in septentrione enim a maribus Karensi et Lapteviorum alluitur, aream 2 366 797 chm² et plus 2876 milia incolarum (anno 2018) habet.

Res geographicae

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Paeninsulae et insulae

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Paeninsula Taimyrica et pars paeninsulae Gydaensis litora septentrionalia territorii formant. Terra Borealis, insula Dickson multaeque aliae insulae marium Karensis et Lapteviorum pars territorii habentur.

Saiani montes in parte australi territorii eriguntur; plainties elata Putorana partem borealem et planities elata Viluica boreorientalem occupant. Montes Byrranga in paeninsula Taimyrica siti sunt.

Ienisea est flumen territorii Crasnoiarensis maximum. Confluvii eius Can, Sissimus, Mana, Symus, Angara, Tungusca Transmontana, Bachta, Tungusca Inferior, Turuchanus, Ieloguius sunt. E confluviorum Angarae Tasseewa flumen e Tschona et Biriussa confluentibus incipiens nominanda est. Ketus Obii accola et Olenecus in territorio incipiunt. Chatanga flumen in mare Lapteviorum et Piassina in mare Karicum effunduntur.

Dudinka, Ienisea, Igarka, Norilium, Dickson urbes territorii Crasnoiarensis sunt. Mangasea Nova, quae et Turuchansk, castellum Sibiricum et urbs regionis vetus est.

Nexus externi

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