Sterlitamak

Sterlitamak

Sterlitamak (Russian: Стерлитамак, IPA: [stʲɪrlʲɪtɐˈmak]; Bashkir: Стәрлетамаҡ, Stärletamaq; Bashkir pronunciation: [stær.ˌlɪ̞.tɑ.ˈmɑq] pronunciation (help·info)) is the second largest city in the Republic of Bashkortostan, Russia, located on the left bank of the Belaya River (Kama's tributary), 121 kilometers (75 mi) from Ufa. The city's name comes from the Bashkir language and literally means "mouth of the Sterlya river".[7] Population: 273,486 (2010 Census).[4]

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