Russia Current Local Time & Date, Time Zone and Time Difference
Russia is the largest country on the planet and comprises approximately one eighth of its landmass. Because of the size of the country it shares borders with many other nations. Notably it borders China, Norway, Finland, Estonia, Poland and the Ukraine. It also shares a maritime border with the United States at Alaska and with Japan in the Okhostok Sea. The capital of Russia is Moscow. Russia covers more time zone than any other country in the world. In total there are nine seperate time zones in Russia. These include Kalningrad Time which is UTC + 3 hours, Moscow Time which is UTC +5 hours, Yekaterinburg Time which is UTC + 6 hours, Omsk Time which is UTC + 7 hours,Krasnoyarsk Time which is UTC + 8 hours, Irkutsk Time which is UTC + 9 hours, Yakastuk Time which is UTC + 10 hours, Vladivostok Time which is UTC + 11 hours, Magadan Time which is UTC + 12 hours.
How many time zones does Russia have?
Russia has 27 time zones and a time difference from UTC+2 to UTC+12.