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The history of Islam on the territory of present-day Russia begins in the second half of the seventh century, when the Islamic expansion of the Ottoman Empire reached the North Caucasus. In the 10th century, the Tatars accentuated the presence of Muslims in the Volga region.

Today Islam is the second religion in Russia, with between 19 and 22 million faithful for 142 million inhabitants, which is worth 13% to 15% of the population. But this figure remains approximate because the various organizations of the state of Russia do not announce official data.

One million Russian Muslims live in Moscow, but the majority of the faithful reside in the North Caucasus, as well as near the Volga and the Urals.

Currently, the Russian Muslim community belongs to 40 ethnic groups. The most numerous are the Tatars with 6 million people, which is worth 4% of the Russian population.
There are also the Bashkirs (over a million) and the Chechens (about a million).

Next to Moscow, the official capital of the Russian Federation, Kazan is the unofficial capital of Islam representing the political and cultural centre of Islam in Russia.