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25 Biggest Cities of the Soviet Union

Can you name the 25 most populous cities in the Soviet Union in 1989?
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First submittedSeptember 19, 2015
Last updatedSeptember 18, 2019
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Population
City
8,967,332
Moscow
5,023,500
Leningrad
(St. Petersburg)
2,587,945
Kiev
2,079,000
Tashkent
1,607,000
Minsk
1,593,970
Kharkov
(Kharkiv)
1,438,133
Gorky
(Nizhny Novgorod)
1,436,516
Novosibirsk
1,364,621
Sverdlovsk
(Yekaterinburg)
Population
City
1,259,692
Tbilisi
1,254,460
Kuybyshev
(Samara)
1,178,000
Dnipropetrovsk
(Dnipro)
1,150,055
Baku
1,148,418
Omsk
1,141,777
Chelyabinsk
1,115,371
Odessa
1,109,100
Donetsk
1,100,372
Yerevan
Population
City
1,094,378
Kazan
1,090,944
Perm
1,082,052
Ufa
1,071,900
Alma-Ata
(Almaty)
1,022,578
Volgograd
1,019,305
Rostov-on-Don
915,106
Riga
+5
level 66
Aug 17, 2016
Cool idea.
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level 70
Sep 6, 2016
Thanks :)
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level 72
Sep 18, 2019
that's "cool idea, Comrade" to you
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level 65
Sep 19, 2019
Don't you mean хорошая идея, товарищ
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level 70
May 8, 2018
Accept Stalingrad for Volgograd?
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level 70
Sep 23, 2018
The cities' current names and names in 1989 are accepted. Volgograd was named Stalingrad between 1925 and 1961 and it was named Zarizyn before that.
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level 48
Aug 11, 2018
Interesting changes: Leningrad - St Petersburg, Kuybyshev - Samara, Gorky - Nizhny Novogrod, Sverdlovsk - Yekaterinburg and Alma Ata - Almaty.
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level 77
Sep 19, 2019
Cool quiz. Missed four. One in Ukraine, one in Tatarstan, and two in Siberia.
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level 69
Sep 19, 2019
Great one!
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level 35
Sep 23, 2019
Very nice quiz! Did not figure out 1 :(