Vladikavkaz

City in the south of Russia
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inception
1784
official name
Владикавказ (russian)
start time
July 20, 1990
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Орджоникидзе (russian)
start time
February 24, 1954
end time
July 20, 1990
Арджанікідзэ (belarusian)
start time
February 24, 1954
end time
July 20, 1990
Дзауджикау (russian)
start time
February 28, 1944
end time
February 24, 1954
Орджоникидзе (russian)
start time
September 2, 1931
end time
February 28, 1944
Владикавказ (russian)
start time
1784
end time
September 2, 1931
native label
Владикавказ (russian)
coordinate location
latitude43.017
longitude44.65
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population
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306,978
point in time
2017
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306,258
point in time
January 1, 2018
61,000 ± 1,000
point in time
1920
79,343
point in time
1914
3,653
point in time
1850
2,036
point in time
1784
307,478
point in time
2016
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elevation above sea level
692 metre
area
291 square kilometre
postal code
362000–362999
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local dialing code
8672
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Vladikavkaz (Russian: Владикавка́з, IPA: [vlədʲɪkɐˈfkas], lit. ruler of the Caucasus; Ossetian: Дзæуджыхъæу, romanized: Dzæudžyqæu Ossetian pronunciation: [ˈd͡zæwd͡ʒəqæw], lit. Dzaug [ru]'s settlement), formerly known as Ordzhonikidze (Орджоники́дзе) and Dzaudzhikau (Дзауджика́у), is the capital city of the Republic of North Ossetia-Alania, Russia. It is located in the southeast of the republic at the foothills of the Caucasus Mountains, situated on the Terek River. Population: 311,693 (2010 Census); 315,068 (2002 Census); 300,198 (1989 Census). Vladikavkaz is one of the most populous cities in the North Caucasus. The city is an industrial and transportation centre. Manufactured products include processed zinc and lead, machinery, chemicals, clothing and food products.
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Vladykavkaz
Vladikavkaz Urban Okrug
Ordzhonikidze (city)
Dzæwdžyqæw
Dzaudzhikau
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