Where does Russia keep its huge gold reserves?

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“Nearly two thirds of the nation’s gold is reportedly kept in a Central Bank repository in Moscow with the rest is stored in the country’s Northern capital of St. Petersburg and the Ural city of Yekaterinburg. Russia’s gold is reportedly kept in bullions weighing from 100 grams to 14 kilograms. “

USAGOLD note:  A fascinating quick overview on Russia’s “affection for gold [which] dates back to the Tsarist era.”


Image: Russia 20 ruble, Tsar Nicholas II
Repost from 10-18-2018

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