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Komi Republic
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Komi Republic

Komi (Ко́ми) is a constituent republic of Russia in the Northwestern Federal District. At 415,900 km², it is Russia's 15th largest subdivision but only the 54th most populous (1,018,674 inhabitants as per the 2002 census). Its administrative center is the city of Syktyvkar. The Republic's native inhabitants are the Finnic Komi, or Komi-Zyryans.

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1 Geography
2 Administrative Division
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Geography

3,280,000 hectares of tundra in the Northern Ural mountains are covered by the Virgin Komi Forests, the first natural UNESCO World Heritage site in Russia and the largest expanse of virgin forests in Europe

Administrative Division

Komi Republic consists of the following districts (Russian: районы):

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