Tommot ( Yakut and Russian Томмот ) is a small town in the Republic of Sakha ( Yakutia ) (Russia) with 8057 inhabitants (as of October 14, 2010 ).
The city is located in the north of the Aldanhochlandes, about 390 km southwest of the capital Yakutsk Republic, on the river Aldan, a right tributary of the Lena.
The city is administratively Tommot the Rajon Aldan assumed. It is 87 km away from the administrative center of the Rajons.
Tommot is temporary end to the leading of the Baikal- Amur Mainline north Amur Mainline Yakut (continuation to Yakutsk under construction), located on the highway M56 (Lena ), connects the Newer at the Trans-Siberian Railway with Yakutsk. Both cross the Aldan here.
Tommot was built in 1923 in connection with the construction of the jetty Ukulan at Aldan for the transshipment of supplies for the gold mine Nesametny in the present town of Aldan. 1925 was the site of a town. The name is derived from the Yakut word for not satisfied during.
After the discovery of a deposit of mica ( phlogopite ) by the hunter W. Sakharov at the nearby creek Emeldschak their degradation began in 1942.
Note: Census data
The sectors of Tommot are mining, timber and construction materials industry.