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Verkhnyaya Amga

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Country  Russia
Administrative district  Aldansky District
Local time  Sunday 5:51 PM
Federal subject  Sakha Republic
Town  Tommot
Verkhnyaya Amga
Municipal district  Aldansky Municipal District
Urban settlement  Tommot Urban Settlement
Weather  2°C, Wind S at 6 km/h, 59% Humidity

Verkhnyaya Amga (Russian: Ве́рхняя Амга́, literally Upper Amga) is a rural locality (a selo), one of five settlements, in addition to Tommot, the administrative centre of the settlement, the Urban-type settlement of Bezymyanny, and the villages of Ulu and Yllymakh in the Town of Tommot of Aldansky District in the Sakha Republic, Russia. It is located 186 kilometers (116 mi) from Aldan, the district centre and 111 kilometers (69 mi) from Tommot. Its population as of the 2010 Census was 27; up from 19 recorded in the 2002 Census.


Map of Verkhnyaya Amga, Sakha Republic, Russia, 678957


It is located on the right bank of the Amga River. The village is the location of road and rail bridges over the Amga River, carrying the highway to Yakutsk and the Amur Yakutsk Mainline railway. It is served by a railway station, named simply Amga. The village was founded in 1938 as a service point during the construction of the highway to Yakutsk.


Verkhnyaya Amga Wikipedia

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