Homesteading Homestead in Russia

The Russian Homestead Act is a 2016 proposal by Russian President Vladimir Putin to give 1 hectare, or 2.5 acres of free land in the Russian Far East to Russian citizens and foreign nationals as long as they live there for five years.[1][2][3]

For history of how USA was populated and developed where it was gave to an applicant ownership of land, typically called a “homestead“, at little or no cost. In all, more than 270+ million acres of public land, or nearly 10% of the total area of the U.S., was given away free to 1.6+ million homesteaders;

The Russian president has approved the idea to offer large land plots for free to anyone who resettles to the Russian Far East to start a farm or other business.

7 mil – 75% of the population is urban. The largest cities are:

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Temperate weather

Clear sky over Primorsky


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