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• In 1806 Ekaterinburg received the status of "Mountain City". After that, Ekaterinburg did not actually submit to the authorities of the Perm province and was subsequently subject to the direct control of the head of the Ekaterinburg factories, the Minister of Finance and to the Emperor.

• In 1973 the city was given Lenin's Award for 'labour and scientific merits' and also for the 'contribution of its townsmen in their effort in defeating fascist aggressors'.

• In 1979 the city was included in the list of the historical cities of Russia.

• In 2002 the UNESCO commission recognized Ekaterinburg as one of 12 most ideal cities of the world.

• In 2008 Ekaterinburg achieved second place in the RBC rating of "the most attractive Russian cities for business".

• In 2008, Ekaterinburg achieved 59th place in a Forbes magazine list about the 'Great Cities of the future'. The only other Russian cities to be included in the list were Moscow, which achieved 14th place and St. Petersburg which achieved 41st place.

• In 2009 according to Forbes magazine, Ekaterinburg was rated 4th place in the list of the Best Russian cities for business and commercial activity.

• In 2009 Ekaterinburg achieved the first place in the rating of the most promising large city of Russia in terms of economic performance and stability.

• In 2009 Ekaterinburg won the first place in the RBC rating, "The most attractive Russian cities for business".

• In 2011 Ekaterinburg topped the RBC rating of Russian cities by the resident's income.

• In 2012 Ekaterinburg won the first place in the statistical rating of the most promising cities according to the magazine "Russian Reporter".

• In 2012 Ekaterinburg took the second place in the rating of the most dynamic cities according to the Russian magazine "Kommersant".

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