SUBURBAN VILLAGE KHATAS AND PROBLEMS OF SEASONAL AGGLOMERATION OF YAKUTSK AND NIZHNY BESTYAKH
Yakovlev Aital Igorevich, candidate of history, associate Professor of Historical faculty of the North-Eastern Federal University, Yakutsk, Russia
In Eastern Siberia, there are large, developed urban agglomerations (cities and suburban settlements), which have developed almost traditional forms of relationship, both at the level of legal, economic space, and at the level of everyday, ordinary, common perception of the «relationship» of the two cities, suburbs. In the North-East of Russia, where there are special climatic and natural conditions, we assume the existence of certain forms of urban agglomerations – seasonal. This article is an attempt to identify the hypothesis of the existence of a «seasonal urban agglomeration» in the Republic of Sakha (Yakutia). The author relies on the features of the»interaction» of the capital Yakutsk and suburban Nizhny Bestyakh.