Irkutsk State University - Links

Links

  • Irkutsk State University Official
  • Institutes and faculties
  • Scientific-Research Institutes
  • Branches in Angarsk and Bratsk
  • Botanic Garden of Irkutsk State University or Botanic Garden of the Irkutsk State University

Coordinates: 52°16′36″N 104°16′41″E / 52.2767°N 104.278°E / 52.2767; 104.278

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