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Author: Bas Couwenberg <sebas...@xs4all.nl>
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diff --git a/ChangeLog b/ChangeLog
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+-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
+        $Id: ChangeLog 90 2014-02-10 21:11:56Z pwessel $
+        Contains changes made to the data files under DCW/orig etc
+-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
+
+2014-02-10     pwessel
+               New 1.1.1 to deal with the Spain/Portugal issues.
+
+2014-02-10     easuarez
+               Added missing Canary Islands to Spain.
+               Added missing Azores and Madeira Islands to Portugal.
+
+2013-11-01     pwessel
+               New 1.1.0 with correct version and license info and improved 
deflate.
+
+2013-10-23     pwessel
+               New 1.0.21 deflated netcdf-4 tar/zip files placed on server.
+
+2013-08-18     easuarez
+               Fixed Golan Heights void.
+
+2013-08-18     easuarez
+               Fixed borders between Saudi Arabia (SA) and Iraq (IQ)
+               and deleted Saudi-Iraqi Neutral Zone.
+
+2013-08-17     easuarez
+               Added Kosovo (XK, temporary ISO-3166-1).
+
+2013-08-14     easuarez
+               Added Hainan to China polygon. Fixed border between India
+               and China.
+
+2013-08-13     pwessel
+               New 1.0.15 tar/zip files placed on server.
+
+2013-08-13     easuarez
+               Changed ISO-3166-2 codes for New South Wales (AU.NSW),
+               Queensland (AU.QLD), Tasmania (AU.TAS), Victoria (AU.VIC),
+               and Australian Capital Territory (AU.ACT).
+
+2013-08-13     easuarez
+               Fixed polygon for Australia (AU).
+
+2013-08-13     easuarez
+               Replaced US.XX (Territories) for ISO-3166-2 Guam (US.GU),
+               American Samoa (US.AS), Northern Mariana Islands (US.MP),
+               Puerto Rico (US.PR), United States Minor Outlying
+               Islands (US.UM) and, Virgin Islands, U.S. (US.VI).
+
+2013-08-13     easuarez
+               Added District of Columbia US.DC.
+
+2013-08-13     easuarez
+               Fixed polygons for Canada (CA), United States (US) and
+               Mexico (MX).
+
+2013-08-09     easuarez
+               Changed Newfoundland (CA.NF) to Newfoundland and
+               Labrador (CA.NL). Changed Yukon Territory to Yukon.
+
+2013-08-13     easuarez
+               Split CA.NT Northwest Territories and CA.NU Nunavut.
+               Added french spelling of Canadian Provinces/Territories.
+
+2013-08-09     easuarez
+               Fixed Sudan (SD), Eritrea (ER) and
+               French Southern Territories (TF).
+
+2013-08-09     easuarez
+               Added Saint Pierre et Miquelon (PM).
+
+2013-08-08     easuarez
+               Fixed India states.
+
+2013-08-08     easuarez
+               Fixed China states.
+
+2013-08-06     easuarez
+               Fixed more Russian states.
+
+2013-08-05     easuarez
+               Fixed some Russian states.
+
+2013-08-04     easuarez
+               Added India states.
+
+2013-08-04     easuarez
+               Fixed China states.
+
+2013-08-04     easuarez
+               Added China states.
+
+2013-08-04     easuarez
+               Fixed Kamchatka Krai.
+
+2013-08-04     easuarez
+               Corrected typo in dcw-states.txt.
+
+2013-08-04     easuarez
+               Added Russian Federation States.
+
+2013-06-14     pwessel
+               New 1.0.5 tar/zip files placed on server.
+
+2013-06-14     easuarez
+               Updated Alagoas Brazil state polygon SA/BR/AL.txt.
+               Bug #324 reported by Marcelo Banik.
+
+2013-06-12     pwessel
+               New 1.0.4 tar/zip files placed on server.
+               Changed server dir to gmt5 instead of pwessel/dcw-gmt
+
+2013-06-12     easuarez
+               Add Argentina states.
+
+2013-06-12     pwessel
+               New 1.0.3 tar/zip files placed on server.
+
+2013-06-12     easuarez
+               Corrected some country names.
+
+2013-06-12     easuarez
+               Add Åland Islands [AX].
+               Add United States Minor Outlying Islands [UM].
+               Add Jersey [JE].
+               Add Isle of Man [IM].
+               Add Guernsey [GG].
+               Add Holy See (Vatican City State) [VA].
+               Delete Tromelin Island [TI] included in French Southern
+                and Antarctic Lands [TF], not in ISO-3166-1.
+               Delete Paracel Islands [PI], not in ISO-3166-1.
+               Delete Juan de Nova Island [PM] included in French Southern
+                and Antarctic Lands [TF], not in ISO-3166-1.
+               Changed DCW version to 1.0.3.
+
+2013-06-12     easuarez
+               Add Bouvet Island [BV]
+               Add Heard Island and McDonald Islands [HM]
+               Add French Southern and Antarctic Lands [TF]
+               Add South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands [GS]
+
+2013-06-11     pwessel
+               New 1.0.2 tar/zip files placed on server.
+
+2013-06-11     easuarez
+               Fixed Brazil states. Thanks to Marcelo Banik for the GADM data.
+
+2013-06-10     easuarez
+               Fixed ISO-3166-1 code Sb typo.
+               Changed United Kingdom FIPS code [UK] to ISO-3166-1 [GB].
+               Changed Zaire [ZR] to Democratic Republic of Congo [CD].
+               Split Guadeloupe [GP] into Guadeloupe [GP], Saint
+               Barthélemy [BL] and Saint Martin [MF] (north part of
+               Saint Martin, France).
+               Added Sint Marteen [SX] (south part of Saint Martin,
+                Netherlands)
+               Split Indonesia [ID] and Timor-Leste [TL].
+               Added Marshall Islands [MH] and Tokelau [TK].
+               Split Ethiopia [ET] into Ethiopia and Eritrea [ER].
+               Split Sudan [SD] into Sudan and South Sudan [SS].
+               Added British Indian Ocean Territory [IO] (Diego Garcia
+                and other minor islands).
+               Deleted Spratly Islands because it's code [SS] conflicts
+                with South Sudan one.
+               Fixed Brazil. Changed version to 1.0.2.
+               
+2013-05-08      pwessel
+               Renamed all *.dat files to *.txt for consistency.  Added 
dcw-countries.txt
+               and dcw-states.txt to the distribution so GMT can dynamically 
load the
+               available names. Added the Brazilian state Tocantins.
+
+2013-05-07      pwessel
+               Thanks to Eduardo Suarez, we removed Netherlands Antilles (AN) 
and added 5
+               new S. America entities: Saint Kitts and Nevis (KN), Turks and 
Caicos (TC),
+               Bonaire, St. Eustatius and Saba (BQ), Aruba (AW), and Curaçao 
(CW).
+
+2013-05-22      pwessel
+               DCW project initiated, producing dcw-gmt-1.0.0.tar.gz and zip 
which has been
+               placed in ftp.soest.hawaii.edu/pwessel/dcw-gmt
diff --git a/LICENSE.TXT b/LICENSE.TXT
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--- /dev/null
+++ b/LICENSE.TXT
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+DCW-GMT is distributed under the GNU Lesser General Public License (LGPL)
+version 3 or later. Copies of the The GNU General Public License (GPL) and
+the GNU Lesser General Public License (LGPL) are distributed along with
+the sources. Refer to the files COPYINGv3 and COPYING.LESSERv3.
diff --git a/README.TXT b/README.TXT
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+++ b/README.TXT
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+#      $Id: README.TXT 91 2014-02-10 21:41:30Z pwessel $
+
+   DCW - The Digital Chart of the World for GMT 5
+                          DCW
+        
+                Version 1.1.1 Feb 10, 2014
+         Distributed under the Lesser GNU Public License
+
+This is README.TXT for the DCW - The Digital Chart of the World
+which is used to produce the gmt-dcw package currently used by
+GMT's pscoast module.  For a description of changes between
+releases, see the ChangeLog file.
+
+The Digital Chart of the World is a comprehensive 1:1,000,000 scale
+vector basemap of the world. The charts were designed to meet the needs
+of pilots and air crews in medium-and low-altitude en route navigation
+and to support military operational planning, intelligence briefings,
+and other needs. For basic background information about DCW, see the
+Wikipedia entry at http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Digital_Chart_of_the_World.
+The raw files used to build gmt-dcw.nc came from the Princeton University
+Digital Map and Geospatial Information Center, accessible via website
+http://www.princeton.edu/~geolib/gis/dcw.html; however, the DCW access
+seems to have disappeared.  Other sites with DCW data include the GeoCommunity
+at http://data.geocomm.com/readme/dcw/dcw.html.
+
+The gmt-dcw version has converted the (at present) 523 individual
+polygon files to a single netCDF 4 file and compressed the data by
+using rescaled short integer positioning. Note that many of these,
+especially state boundaries for China, Russia, India, Argentina were
+not in the original DCW but have been added later from other sources,
+such as from http://www.gadm.org.
+
+If you are building GMT 5 from source then you should set the parameter
+DCW_ROOT in the cmake/ConfigUser.cmake to point to the directory where
+gmt-dcw.nc has been placed.  If you add this file later you can always
+place it in your user ~/.gmt directory or set the DIR_DCW parameter in
+your gmt.conf settings.
+
+The GMT Team, Feb 2014
diff --git a/dcw-countries.txt b/dcw-countries.txt
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+++ b/dcw-countries.txt
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+# $Id: dcw-countries.txt 83 2013-10-31 18:39:31Z pwessel $
+# List of continent-code country-code country-name
+# Used by gmt_dcw.c in GMT 5
+#
+AF AO Angola
+AF BF Burkina Faso
+AF BI Burundi
+AF BJ Benin
+AF BV Bouvet Island
+AF BW Botswana
+AF CD Democratic Republic of the Congo
+AF CF Central African Republic
+AF CG Congo
+AF CI Côte d'Ivoire
+AF CM Cameroon
+AF CV Cape Verde
+AF DJ Djibouti
+AF DZ Algeria
+AF EG Egypt
+AF EH Western Sahara
+AF ER Eritrea
+AF ET Ethiopia
+AF GA Gabon
+AF GH Ghana
+AF GM Gambia
+AF GN Guinea
+AF GQ Equatorial Guinea
+AF GW Guinea-Bissau
+AF KE Kenya
+AF KM Comoros
+AF LR Liberia
+AF LS Lesotho
+AF LY Libya
+AF MA Morocco
+AF MG Madagascar
+AF ML Mali
+AF MR Mauritania
+AF MU Mauritius
+AF MW Malawi
+AF MZ Mozambique
+AF NA Namibia
+AF NE Niger
+AF NG Nigeria
+AF RE Réunion
+AF RW Rwanda
+AF SC Seychelles
+AF SD Sudan
+AF SH Saint Helena, Ascension and Tristan da Cunha
+AF SL Sierra Leone
+AF SN Senegal
+AF SO Somalia
+AF SS South Sudan
+AF ST Sao Tome and Principe
+AF SZ Swaziland
+AF TD Chad
+AF TF French Southern Territories
+AF TG Togo
+AF TN Tunisia
+AF TZ Tanzania
+AF UG Uganda
+AF YT Mayotte
+AF ZA South Africa
+AF ZM Zambia
+AF ZW Zimbabwe
+AN AQ Antarctica
+AS AE United Arab Emirates
+AS AF Afghanistan
+AS AM Armenia
+AS AZ Azerbaijan
+AS BD Bangladesh
+AS BH Bahrain
+AS BN Brunei
+AS BT Bhutan
+AS CN China
+AS CX Christmas Island
+AS GE Georgia
+AS HK Hong Kong
+AS HM Heard Island and McDonald Islands
+AS ID Indonesia
+AS IL Israel
+AS IN India
+AS IO British Indian Ocean Territory
+AS IQ Iraq
+AS IR Iran
+AS JO Jordan
+AS JP Japan
+AS KG Kyrgyzstan
+AS KH Cambodia
+AS KP Democratic People's Republic of Korea
+AS KR Republic of Korea
+AS KW Kuwait
+AS KZ Kazakhstan
+AS LA Lao People's Democratic Republic
+AS LB Lebanon
+AS LK Sri Lanka
+AS MM Myanmar
+AS MN Mongolia
+AS MO Macao
+AS MV Maldives
+AS MY Malaysia
+AS NP Nepal
+AS OM Oman
+AS PH Philippines
+AS PK Pakistan
+AS PS Palestine
+AS QA Qatar
+AS RU Russian Federation
+AS SA Saudi Arabia
+AS SG Singapore
+AS SY Syria
+AS TH Thailand
+AS TJ Tajikistan
+AS TL Timor-Leste
+AS TM Turkmenistan
+AS TR Turkey
+AS TW Taiwan
+AS UA Ukraine
+AS UZ Uzbekistan
+AS VN Viet Nam
+AS YE Yemen
+EU AD Andorra
+EU AL Albania
+EU AT Austria
+EU AX Åland Islands
+EU BA Bosnia and Herzegovina
+EU BE Belgium
+EU BG Bulgaria
+EU BY Belarus
+EU CH Switzerland
+EU CY Cyprus
+EU CZ Czech Republic
+EU DE Germany
+EU DK Denmark
+EU EE Estonia
+EU ES Spain
+EU FI Finland
+EU FO Faroe Islands
+EU FR France
+EU GB United Kingdom
+EU GG Guernsey
+EU GI Gibraltar
+EU GL Greenland
+EU GR Greece
+EU HR Croatia
+EU HU Hungary
+EU IE Ireland
+EU IM Isle of Man
+EU IS Iceland
+EU IT Italy
+EU JE Jersey
+EU LI Liechtenstein
+EU LT Lithuania
+EU LU Luxembourg
+EU LV Latvia
+EU MC Monaco
+EU MD Moldova
+EU ME Montenegro
+EU MK Macedonia
+EU MT Malta
+EU NL Netherlands
+EU NO Norway
+EU PL Poland
+EU PT Portugal
+EU RO Romania
+EU RS Serbia
+EU SE Sweden
+EU SI Slovenia
+EU SJ Svalbard and Jan Mayen
+EU SK Slovakia
+EU SM San Marino
+EU VA Holy See (Vatican City State)
+EU XK Kosovo
+OC AU Australia
+OC CC Cocos (Keeling) Islands
+OC CK Cook Islands
+OC FJ Fiji
+OC FM Micronesia
+OC GU Guam
+OC KI Kiribati
+OC MH Marshall Islands
+OC MP Mariana
+OC NC New Caledonia
+OC NF Norfolk Island
+OC NR Nauru
+OC NU Niue
+OC NZ New Zealand
+OC PF French Polynesia
+OC PG Papua New Guinea
+OC PN Pitcairn
+OC PW Palau
+OC SB Solomon Islands
+OC TK Tokelau
+OC TO Tonga
+OC TV Tuvalu
+OC UM United States Minor Outlying Islands
+OC VU Vanuatu
+OC WF Wallis
+OC WS Samoa
+OC AS American Samoa
+NA CA Canada
+NA MX Mexico
+NA US United States
+SA AG Antigua
+SA AI Anguilla
+SA AR Argentina
+SA AW Aruba
+SA BB Barbados
+SA BL Saint Barthélemy
+SA BM Bermuda
+SA BO Bolivia
+SA BQ Bonaire, Sint Eustatius and Saba
+SA BR Brazil
+SA BS Bahamas
+SA BZ Belize
+SA CL Chile
+SA CO Colombia
+SA CR Costa Rica
+SA CU Cuba
+SA CW Curaçao
+SA DM Dominica
+SA DO Dominican Republic
+SA EC Ecuador
+SA FK Falkland Islands
+SA GD Grenada
+SA GF French Guiana
+SA GP Guadeloupe
+SA GS South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands
+SA GT Guatemala
+SA GY Guyana
+SA HN Honduras
+SA HT Haiti
+SA JM Jamaica
+SA KN Saint Kitts and Nevis
+SA KY Cayman Islands
+SA LC Saint Lucia
+SA MF Saint Martin (French part)
+SA MQ Martinique
+SA MS Montserrat
+SA NI Nicaragua
+SA PA Panama
+SA PE Peru
+SA PM Saint Pierre and Miquelon
+SA PR Puerto Rico
+SA PY Paraguay
+SA SR Surinam
+SA SV El Salvador
+SA SX Sint Maarten
+SA TC Turks and Caicos
+SA TT Trinidad
+SA UY Uruguay
+SA VC Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
+SA VE Venezuela
+SA VG British Virgin Islands
+SA VI Virgin Islands
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+# $Id: dcw-states.txt 83 2013-10-31 18:39:31Z pwessel $
+# List of country-code state-code state-name
+# Used by gmt_dcw.c in GMT 5
+#
+AR C Ciudad Autónoma de Buenos Aires
+AR B Buenos Aires
+AR K Catamarca
+AR H Chaco
+AR U Chubut
+AR X Córdoba
+AR W Corrientes
+AR E Entre Ríos
+AR P Formosa
+AR Y Jujuy
+AR L La Pampa
+AR F La Rioja
+AR M Mendoza
+AR N Misiones
+AR Q Neuquén
+AR R Río Negro
+AR A Salta
+AR J San Juan
+AR D San Luis
+AR Z Santa Cruz
+AR S Santa Fe
+AR G Santiago del Estero
+AR V Tierra del Fuego
+AR T Tucumán
+AU NSW New South Wales
+AU QLD Queensland
+AU SA South Australia
+AU TAS Tasmania
+AU VIC Victoria
+AU WA Western Australia
+AU ACT Australian Capital Territory
+AU NT Northern Territory
+BR AC Acre
+BR AL Alagoas
+BR AP Amapá
+BR AM Amazonas
+BR BA Bahia
+BR CE Ceará
+BR DF Distrito Federal
+BR ES Espírito Santo
+BR GO Goiás
+BR MA Maranhão
+BR MT Mato Grosso
+BR MS Mato Grosso do Sul
+BR MG Minas Gerais
+BR PA Pará
+BR PB Paraíba
+BR PR Paraná
+BR PE Pernambuco
+BR PI Piauí
+BR RJ Rio de Janeiro
+BR RN Rio Grande do Norte
+BR RS Rio Grande do Sul
+BR RO Rondônia
+BR RR Roraima
+BR SC Santa Catarina
+BR SP São Paulo
+BR SE Sergipe
+BR TO Tocantins
+CA AB Alberta (Alberta)
+CA BC British Columbia (Colombie-Britannique)
+CA MB Manitoba (Manitoba)
+CA NB New Brunswick (Nouveau-Brunswick)
+CA NL Newfoundland and Labrador (Terre-Neuve-et-Labrador)
+CA NS Nova Scotia (Nouvelle-Écosse)
+CA ON Ontario (Ontario)
+CA PE Prince Edward Island (Île-du-Prince-Édouard)
+CA QC Quebec (Québec)
+CA SK Saskatchewan (Saskatchewan)
+CA NT Northwest Territories (Territoires du Nord-Ouest)
+CA NU Nunavut (Nunavut)
+CA YT Yukon (Yukon)
+US AL Alabama
+US AK Alaska
+US AZ Arizona
+US AR Arkansas
+US CA California
+US CO Colorado
+US CT Connecticut
+US DE Delaware
+US FL Florida
+US GA Georgia
+US HI Hawaii
+US ID Idaho
+US IL Illinois
+US IN Indiana
+US IA Iowa
+US KS Kansas
+US KY Kentucky
+US LA Louisiana
+US ME Maine
+US MD Maryland
+US MA Massachusetts
+US MI Michigan
+US MN Minnesota
+US MS Mississippi
+US MO Missouri
+US MT Montana
+US NE Nebraska
+US NV Nevada
+US NH New Hampshire
+US NJ New Jersey
+US NM New Mexico
+US NY New York
+US NC North Carolina
+US ND North Dakota
+US OH Ohio
+US OK Oklahoma
+US OR Oregon
+US PA Pennsylvania
+US RI Rhode Island
+US SC South Carolina
+US SD South Dakota
+US TN Tennessee
+US TX Texas
+US UT Utah
+US VT Vermont
+US VA Virginia
+US WA Washington
+US WV West Virginia
+US WI Wisconsin
+US WY Wyoming
+US DC District of Columbia
+US AS American Samoa
+US GU Guam
+US MP Northern Mariana Islands
+US PR Puerto Rico
+US UM United States Minor Outlying Islands
+US VI Virgin Islands, U.S.
+CN 11 Beijing
+CN 50 Chongqing
+CN 31 Shanghai
+CN 12 Tianjin
+CN 34 Anhui
+CN 35 Fujian
+CN 62 Gansu
+CN 44 Guangdong
+CN 52 Guizhou
+CN 46 Hainan
+CN 13 Hebei
+CN 23 Heilongjiang
+CN 41 Henan
+CN 42 Hubei
+CN 43 Hunan
+CN 32 Jiangsu
+CN 36 Jiangxi
+CN 22 Jilin
+CN 21 Liaoning
+CN 63 Qinghai
+CN 61 Shaanxi
+CN 37 Shandong
+CN 14 Shanxi
+CN 51 Sichuan
+CN 71 Taiwan
+CN 53 Yunnan
+CN 33 Zhejiang
+CN 45 Guangxi
+CN 15 Nei Mongol
+CN 64 Ningxia
+CN 65 Xinjiang
+CN 54 Xizang
+CN 91 Xianggang (Hong Kong)
+CN 92 Aomen (Macao)
+IN AP Andhra Pradesh
+IN AR Arunachal Pradesh
+IN AS Assam
+IN BR Bihar
+IN CT Chhattisgarh
+IN GA Goa
+IN GJ Gujarat
+IN HR Haryana
+IN HP Himachal Pradesh
+IN JK Jammu and Kashmir
+IN JH Jharkhand
+IN KA Karnataka
+IN KL Kerala
+IN MP Madhya Pradesh
+IN MH Maharashtra
+IN MN Manipur
+IN ML Meghalaya
+IN MZ Mizoram
+IN NL Nagaland
+IN OR Odisha (Orissa)
+IN PB Punjab
+IN RJ Rajasthan
+IN SK Sikkim
+IN TN Tamil Nadu
+IN TR Tripura
+IN UT Uttarakhand
+IN UP Uttar Pradesh
+IN WB West Bengal
+IN AN Andaman and Nicobar Islands
+IN CH Chandigarh
+IN DN Dadra and Nagar Haveli
+IN DD Daman and Diu
+IN DL Delhi
+IN LD Lakshadweep
+IN PY Puducherry (Pondicherry)
+RU AD Adygea (Adygeya Respublika)
+RU AL Altai Republic (Altay Respublika)
+RU BA Bashkortostan (Bashkortostan Respublika)
+RU BU Buryatia (Buryatiya Respublika)
+RU CE Chechnya (Chechenskaya Respublika)
+RU CU Chuvashia (Chuvashskaya Respublika)
+RU DA Dagestan (Dagestan Respublika)
+RU IN Ingushetia (Ingushetiya Respublika)
+RU KB Kabardino-Balkaria (Kabardino-Balkarskaya Respublika)
+RU KL Kalmykia (Kalmykiya Respublika)
+RU KC Karachay-Cherkessia (Karachayevo-Cherkesskaya Respublika)
+RU KR Republic of Karelia (Kareliya Respublika)
+RU KK Khakassia (Khakasiya Respublika)
+RU KO Komi Republic (Komi Respublika)
+RU ME Mari El (Mariy El Respublika)
+RU MO Mordovia (Mordoviya Respublika)
+RU SA Sakha Republic (Sakha Respublika [Yakutiya])
+RU SE North Ossetia-Alania (Severnaya Osetiya-Alaniya Respublika)
+RU TA Tatarstan (Tatarstan Respublika)
+RU TY Tuva (Tyva Respublika [Tuva])
+RU UD Udmurtia (Udmurtskaya Respublika)
+RU ALT Altai Krai (Altayskiy Kray)
+RU KAM Kamchatka Krai (Kamchatskiy Kray)
+RU KHA Khabarovsk Krai (Khabarovskiy Kray)
+RU KDA Krasnodar Krai (Krasnodarskiy Kray)
+RU KYA Krasnoyarsk Krai (Krasnoyarskiy Kray)
+RU PER Perm Krai (Permskiy Kray)
+RU PRI Primorsky Krai (Primorskiy Kray)
+RU STA Stavropol Krai (Stavropol'skiy Kray)
+RU ZAB Zabaylkasky Krai (Zabaykal'skiy Kray)
+RU AMU Amur Oblast (Amurskaya Oblast)
+RU ARK Arkhangelsk Oblast (Arkhangel'skaya Oblast)
+RU AST Astrakhan Oblast (Astrakhanskaya Oblast)
+RU BEL Belgorod Oblast (Belgorodskaya Oblast)
+RU BRY Bryansk Oblast (Bryanskaya Oblast)
+RU CHE Chelyabinsk Oblast (Chelyabinskaya Oblast)
+RU IRK Irkutsk Oblast (Irkutskaya Oblast)
+RU IVA Ivanovo Oblast (Ivanovskaya Oblast)
+RU KGD Kaliningrad Oblast (Kaliningradskaya Oblast)
+RU KLU Kaluga Oblast (Kaluzhskaya Oblast)
+RU KEM Kemerovo Oblast (Kemerovskaya Oblast)
+RU KIR Kirov Oblast (Kirovskaya Oblast)
+RU KOS Kostroma Oblast (Kostromskaya Oblast)
+RU KGN Kurgan Oblast (Kurganskaya Oblast)
+RU KRS Kursk Oblast (Kurskaya Oblast)
+RU LEN Leningrad Oblast (Leningradskaya Oblast)
+RU LIP Lipetsk Oblst (Lipetskaya Oblast)
+RU MAG Magadan Oblast (Magadanskaya Oblast)
+RU MOS Moskow Oblast (Moskovskaya Oblast)
+RU MUR Murmansk Oblast (Murmanskaya Oblast)
+RU NIZ Nizhny Novgorod Oblast (Nizhegorodskaya Oblast)
+RU NGR Novgorod Oblast (Novgorodskaya Oblast)
+RU NVS Novosibirsk Oblast (Novosibirskaya Oblast)
+RU OMS Omsk Oblast (Omskaya Oblast)
+RU ORE Orenburg Oblast (Orenburgskaya Oblast)
+RU ORL Oryol Oblast (Orlovskaya Oblast)
+RU PNZ Penza Oblast (Penzenskaya Oblast)
+RU PSK Pskov Oblast (Pskovskaya Oblast)
+RU ROS Rostov Oblast (Rostovskaya Oblast)
+RU RYA Ryazan Oblast (Ryazanskaya Oblast)
+RU SAK Sakhalin Oblast (Sakhalinskaya Oblast)
+RU SAM Samara Oblast (Samarskaya Oblast)
+RU SAR Saratov Oblast (Saratovskaya Oblast)
+RU SMO Smolensk Oblast (Smolenskaya Oblast)
+RU SVE Sverdlovsk Oblast (Sverdlovskaya Oblast)
+RU TAM Tambov Oblast (Tambovskaya Oblast)
+RU TOM Tomsk Oblast (Tomskaya Oblast)
+RU TUL Tula Oblast (Tul'skaya Oblast)
+RU TVE Tver Oblast (Tverskaya Oblast)
+RU TYU Tyumen Oblast (Tyumenskaya Oblast)
+RU ULY Ulyanovsk Oblast (Ul'yanovskaya Oblast)
+RU VLA Vladimir Oblast (Vladimirskaya Oblast)
+RU VGG Volgograd Oblast (Volgogradskaya Oblast)
+RU VLG Vologda Oblast (Vologodskaya Oblast)
+RU VOR Voronezh Oblast (Voronezhskaya Oblast)
+RU YAR Yaroslavl Oblast (Yaroslavskaya Oblast)
+RU MOW Moscow (Moskva)
+RU SPE Saint Petersburg (Sankt-Peterburg)
+RU YEV Jewish Autonomous Oblast (Yevreyskaya Avtonomnaya Oblast)
+RU CHU Chukotka Autonomous Okrug (Chukotskiy Avtonomnyy Okrug)
+RU KHM Khanty-Mansi Autonomous Okrug (Khanty-Mansiyskiy Avtonomnyy Okrug - 
Yugra)
+RU NEN Nenets Autonomous Okrug (Nenetskiy Avtonomnyy Okrug)
+RU YAN Yamalo-Nenets Autonomous Okrug (Yamalo-Nenetskiy Avtonomnyy Okrug)

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