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The so-called Stary Buyan Republic (Russian: Старобуянская республика, romanized: Starobuyanskaya respublika) was a short-lived separatist movement in the Samara Governorate of the Russian Empire during the Revolution of 1905.

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  • The so-called Stary Buyan Republic (Russian: Старобуянская республика, romanized: Starobuyanskaya respublika) was a short-lived separatist movement in the Samara Governorate of the Russian Empire during the Revolution of 1905.
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  • The so-called Stary Buyan Republic (Russian: Старобуянская республика, romanized: Starobuyanskaya respublika) was a short-lived separatist movement in the Samara Governorate of the Russian Empire during the Revolution of 1905.
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