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The 125 Anniversary of Anadyr was celebrated in Chukotka

In the capital of the Chukotka Autonomous Region, the celebration of the 125 anniversary of Anadyr took place, the press service of the regional government reports.

- This event, which unites residents of the city, was the beginning of a large-scale 12-hour entertainment program, including cultural and sports events for people of all ages. At the beginning of the holiday, the traditional ceremony of awarding honorary guests and residents of the city was held on the main stage of the district, as well as the solemn registration of the wedding of the townspeople, - said the press secretary of the administration of the city district Bakhshi Mamulyan and noted that the couple, who decided to tie the knot on the day of celebration of 125 anniversary of the city, received as a gift from the city administration an apartment located in house number 13 on Tevlianto street.

With the 125 anniversary of the founding of the city of Anadyr residents congratulated the governor of the Chukotka Autonomous Region Roman Kopin.

Anadyr was founded on August 3, 1889, as the most northeastern outpost of the Russian Empire - the post of Novo-Mariinsk. In 1924, the settlement was renamed Anadyr, it received its status on January 12, 1965, according to the decree of the Presidium of the Supreme Soviet of the RSFSR. Today, Anadyr is the capital of the Chukotka Autonomous Okrug, the population of which, according to the results of the 2010 All-Russian Population Census, is 13,5 thousand people.

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