Ural may refer to one of the following:

  • Ural Mountains
  • Ural (region)
  • Ural River
  • Ural Federal District
  • Ural economic region
  • Urals oil, a reference oil brand
  • Ural Automotive Plant
  • Ural-375D, Ural-4320 and Ural-5323, Soviet and Russian military trucks manufactured by Ural Automotive Plant.
  • IMZ-Ural, a Russian motorcycle manufacturer.
  • URAL, a Russian car audio brand
  • Ural, Krasnoyarsk Krai, an urban-type settlement in Russia
  • PBC Ural Great, is a basketball club in Perm, Russia playing in the Russian Basketball Super League.
  • FC Ural Sverdlovsk Oblast, a football club
  • Ural (computer)
  • SSV-33 Ural, Soviet command ship

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M5 Highway (Russia)
... The Russian route M5 (also known as the Ural Highway) is a major trunk road running across a distance of 1879 km from Moscow to the Ural Mountains ... The Ural Highway continues across nine regions of Russia, passing through a dangerous mountain stretch before terminating at Chelyabinsk ...
Bukey Horde
... located north of the Caspian Sea in between Ural and Volga Rivers but never reached this rivers. 1756 the Russians attempted to ban the Kazakhs from crossing the Ural River, partly to help the Bashkirs ... There were numerous 'illegal' crossings and conflicts with the Ural Cossaks ...
Metalloinvest - Operations - Ural Steel
... The Joint Stock Company Ural Steel (Ural Steel) was founded in 1955 on the base of a unique naturally alloyed iron ore deposit and commercial reserves of limestone, nickel and fire clay ... In 2010, Ural Steel was Russia’s eighth largest steel production facility in terms of steel and finished product output, according to Chermet, with an output of 2.8 ... At Ural Steel, METALLOINVEST upgraded the electric arc furnace shop and the Rolling Mill 2800 ...
Josef Šural
... Josef Šural (born 30 May 1990 in Hustopeče) is a Czech football player who currently plays for FC Slovan Liberec ... In June 2011, Šural together with his Zbrojovka Brno teammate Michael Rabušic signed a three-year contract with Gambrinus liga side Slovan Liberec ...