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Gorno-Altai Autonomous Soviet Socialist Republic

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The Gorno-Altai Autonomous Soviet Socialist Republic (Russian: Горно-Алтайская Автономная Советская Социалистическая Республика) was an autonomous republic of the Russian SFSR within the Soviet Union.[1] It was formed on 1 June 1922 as the Oyrot Autonomous Region and became the Gorno-Altai Autonomous Oblast on 7 January 1948. It was upgraded to the level of Autonomous Soviet Socialist Republic on 25 October 1990, and was declared a Soviet Socialist Republic on 3 July 1991, although it was not recognised as one.[2] It became the Altai Republic on 31 March 1992. Its capital was Gorno-Altaysk.[2] Agriculture is the main occupation for most of the inhabitants.[3] Like the modern Altai Republic, the Gorno-Altai ASSR shared its international border with the People's Republic of China.

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Gorno-Altai Autonomous Soviet Socialist Republic
ASSR of the Russian SFSR
Republic of the Russian Federation
1990–1992
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Location of Gorno-Altai ASSR within RFSFR
CapitalGorno-Altaysk
History 
 Established
25 October 1990
 Disestablished
31 March 1992
Preceded by
Succeeded by
Flag_of_the_Russian_Soviet_Federative_Socialist_Republic_%281954%E2%80%931991%29.svg Gorno-Altai AO
Altai Republic Flag_of_Altai_Republic.svg
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The Russian Soviet Federative Socialist Republic and some of the other republics also contained administrative subdivisions with boundaries drawn according to nationality or language. The three kinds of such subdivisions included twenty autonomous republics, eight autonomous oblasts, and ten autonomous okruga.[4]

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