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Trans-Siberian Railway Line breaks: Trans-Siberian Rail|way

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Definition of Trans-Siberian Railway in English:

A railway running from Moscow east around Lake Baikal to Vladivostok on the Sea of Japan, a distance of 9,311 km (5,786 miles). Begun in 1891 and virtually completed by 1904, it opened up Siberia and advanced Russian interest in eastern Asia.

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