Anadyr is situated on the southern shore of the estuary of Anadyr River, which empties into Bering Sea in far north-eastern Russia. It's the biggest city and seat of government for the region of Chukotka. Anadyr has a population of nearly 14,000. It's very much a Soviet city with cement block apartment complexes lining the streets like barracades and the symbols of Soviet era still found here and there. Anadyr is a port on the Northern Sea Route. It has a meteorologic station and fishery factory.
Although the town has only been in existence for over a century, the origins of its name are much older. The name "Anadyr" initially derives from Yukaghir word "any-an", which means "river".
Highlights: Soviet era city
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