|Урамы must be either Tatar or Bashkir? Both are common languages in Ufa.|
Fun fact of the day: turns out there are lots of Kharkov / Kharkiv streets. You can find one in Minsk, Moscow, Orenburg, Lviv, Tyumen, St. Petersburg, Dnipro, Almaty, Vladivostok... and in at least 18 other cities! Wikipedia actually has a list of all the streets here.
I found some street views of these streets. (Unfortunately, no street views from Kazakhstan or Belarus.) It's kind of cool to see how they look in real life.
Kharkiv itself has one of these streets, too- wouldn't it be weird if it didn't? It's somewhere out near the airport, intersecting with Dostoevsky Street and Odessa Street.
Anyway, this is just a short, random post, since I couldn't believe it when Jasilyn pointed out a Kharkov street in her city! :)