A republic of Russia, with capital Saransk.
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  • Mordovia — redirects here. For other uses, see Mordovia (disambiguation). Not to be confused with Moldavia or Moravia. Republic of Mordovia Республика Мордовия (Russian) Мордовия Республикась (Mordvin) …   Wikipedia

  • Mordovia — República de Mordovia Республика Мордовия Мордовскяй Республикась Мордовия Республикась Sujeto federal de Rusia …   Wikipedia Español

  • Mordovia Airlines — logo Saransk Air Enterprise (Saranskoe aviapredpriatie) is an airline based in Saransk, Mordovia, Russia. It operates regional scheduled and charter passenger services, as well as aerial work [1] …   Wikipedia

  • Mordovia (disambiguation) — Mordovia may refer to: Republic of Mordovia, a federal subject of Russia Mordovian Okrug (1928–1930), an administrative division of the Russian SFSR, Soviet Union Mordovian Autonomous Oblast (1930–1934), an administrative division of the Russian… …   Wikipedia

  • Mordovia Cup —  ATP Challenger Tour Event name Saransk Location Saransk, Russia Category ATP Challenger Tour Surface Clay (Red) Draw 32S/32Q/16D …   Wikipedia

  • Mordovia — geographical name see Mordvinia …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • Music of Mordovia — Mordovia is a federal subject of Russia (a republic). Its national anthem is Shumbrat, Mordovia! ( Hail, Mordovia! ) by Sergey Kinyakin and Nina Kosheleva, adopted in 1995.Mordovian folk music has become an inspiration for revivalist work of… …   Wikipedia

  • FK Mordovia Saransk — Mordovia Saransk Club fondé en 1961 …   Wikipédia en Français

  • National Anthem of the Republic of Mordovia — Шумбрат, Мордовия! English: Hail, Mordovia! Šumbrat, Mordovija! Regional anthem of Republic of Mordovia Lyrics S. Kinyakin[1] …   Wikipedia

  • FC Mordovia Saransk — FC Mordovia Full name Football Club Mordovia Saransk Founded 1961 Ground Start Stadium (Capacity: 7,486) …   Wikipedia

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