Gorno-Altai Autonomous Region

[gawr-noh-al-tahy, ‐ahl‐; Russian gawr-nuh uhl-tahy] /ˈgɔr noʊ ælˈtaɪ, ‐ɑl‐; Russian ˈgɔr nə ʌlˈtaɪ/

an autonomous region in the Russian Federation, in the Altai territory bordering China and Mongolia. 92,000; 35,753 sq. mi. (92,600 sq. km).
Capital: Gorno–Altaisk.


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