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    Altai Territory

How to get there and away

A dense network of the railways covers the Altay Territory. Their total mileage is 1803 kilometres, and 866 from them are the railways of the industrial establishments.

The longest railway of the region, Novosibirsk Barnaul Semipalatinsk is used for the transshipment from the eastern regions of the country to the Central Asia, the South-Siberian railway to the western regions of Russia.

The highway transportation facilities of the region tie all the district centres with Barnaul, the capital of the region. Two federal highways M-52 and A-349 are go through the territory of the Altay Territory.

Flying from the airport of Barnaul you can reach 30 other cities of Russia and some foreign ones.




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