Yekaterinburg (Russian: Екатеринбу́рг, also transliterated Ekaterinburg or Jekaterinburg)
According to Wikipedia.
Another source has;
Jekaterinburg (Sverdlovsk) [Yekaterinburg]
and yet another also includes;
Is this like a local language issue - like Saint Petersburg being Sankt Peterburg in GE. I have changed the E to a U, but am not sure about Ekaterinburg, as it doesn't seem all that widespread in use. Google still calls Burma Burma instead of Myanmar - so so do I. Cambodia is also not called Kampuchea. And google calls Lhasa a Chinese city. I don't know the local histories well enough to overrule google, so what they say goes. I have changed the e to a u, sorry for the typo.