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Natural resources of Buryatia include about 48% of Russian zinc deposits, 24% of lead, 37% of molybdenum, 27% of tungsten. The Trans-Siberian Railway passes through the territory of the republic, as well as the Baikal-Amur Railway and and the federal highway R258 (M55) “Baikal” Irkutsk-Chita.Most of the territory of Buryatia is characterized by underdeveloped internal communications infrastructure, the absence of rail links and paved roads.The southern border of Buryatia is the state border of Russia with Mongolia.The relief is characterized by mountain ranges and vast, deep and sometimes nearly closed intermountain basins.The mountains occupy four times larger area than the lowlands.
Autumns come gradually, without sharp changes of weather, sometimes autumns can be long and warm.
May 30, 1923, Buryat-Mongol Autonomous Soviet Socialist Republic (with the capital in the town of Verkhneudinsk) was formed.
This date is considered the day of foundation of the Republic of Buryatia.
At the time of accession to Russia, a number of different Mongol tribes lived in this region, which determined the presence of different dialects of the Buryat language, unlike in national dress, customs, etc.
After the Russian-Chinese border was set in 1729, these tribes were cut off from the bulk of the Mongol tribes and began to transform into the future Buryat people.
The average temperature in summer is about plus 26 degrees Celsius, in winter - minus 25 degrees Celsius.