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Despite the fact that the region is in the zone of risky agriculture, Buryatia produces a significant part of foodstuffs in Eastern Siberia.The unique combination of southern latitudes, the availability of water resources provides the basis of the active development of agriculture.At the time of accession to Russia, a number of different Mongol tribes lived in this region, which determined the presence of different dialects of the Buryat language, unlike in national dress, customs, etc.After the Russian-Chinese border was set in 1729, these tribes were cut off from the bulk of the Mongol tribes and began to transform into the future Buryat people.The area around Lake Baikal was part of the empire.

The industrial complex of Buryatia is based on mechanical engineering, metalworking, electric power industry, nonferrous metallurgy, food, fuel, timber, woodworking, pulp and paper industries.The average temperature in summer is about plus 26 degrees Celsius, in winter - minus 25 degrees Celsius.The republic is known for its unique and diverse flora and fauna. The main rivers of the region are the Barguzin, Irkut, Kitoy, Oka, Selenga, Uda, Upper Angara, and Vitim.During the Second World War, about 120,000 people were drafted into the Soviet army from Buryatia, 34,200 of them were killed.July, 7, 1958, Buryat-Mongol Autonomous Soviet Socialist Republic was renamed Buryat Autonomous Soviet Socialist Republic.

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