Anthem: National Anthem of the Republic of Dangrussia
and largest city
Goro Gemun
Official languages Dang, Russian
Ethnic groups Dang, Russian, Ainu, Nivkh
Demonym Dangrussian
Government Federal Subject of the Russian Federation
Presidential Republic
• President
Hangha Loruhuo
Legislature State Assembly of Dangrussia
• 2014 census
The Republic of Dangrussia (Dang: 당룼이야, Russian: Республика Дангpоссии) commonly referred to as Dangrussia, is a federal subject of Russia, a republic, located in the Far East federal district. The capital is Goro Gemun, and it is the second largest territorial divison of Russia after the Sakha Republic. Ethnic Dang people make up the majority of the population of Dangrussia at over 69%. The Dang people are a Tungusic people closely related to Manchus. Dang and Russian has co-official language status in the republic, and most residents report the ability to speak both languages fluently. Native Dang culture was somewhat subjugated during the Soviet Era, and use of the Russian language was encouraged. Dangrussia existed as the Dang Soviet Socialist Republic from 1960 until 1991, when it remained part of the Russian Federation. Dangrussia recieved far more self-determination powers when it gained status as a republic of Russia which led to a cultural revival within the territory. 

Following the introduction of the Baktambiba policy by Ayan Birabe's government in 1989, Dangrussia is officially claimed by Danguk and disputed with Russia. As a result, Dangrussia has been the centre of a bitter dispute between the two nations. There has been no official statement on the matter by the Russian federal government, however they have denied a Dangrussian reunification referendum three times since 1990.


The Republic of Dangrussia is located in the Russian Far East region, bordering the Sea of Okhotsk to the East, the Sakha Republic to the North, China to the West, and Danguk to the South. The republic consists of lands north of the Amur River, and south of the River Aldan, aswell as Sakhalin Island off the coast in the Sea of Okhotsk. Dangrussia covers a total area of 1,224,792 km2, making it the second largest territory of Russia after the Sakha Republic. 

Dangrussia is mostly characterised by taiga and tundra in the north, swampy forest in the central depression, and deciduous forest in the south are the natural vegetation in the area. Dangrussia is sparsely populated region of Russia, with most of the population centred around the Amur Aldan rivers and the coast.