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  Chelyabinsk Summary
Chelyabinsk is the name of a province and its capital city in west-central Russia.
Chelyabinsk's medical problems were apparently the result of three major "incidents" involving the release of radiation at Mayak.
It is the administrative center of Chelyabinsk Oblast.
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  Facts about topic: (Chelyabinsk Oblast)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
Chelyabinsk Oblast (Челя́бинская о́бласть) is a regional subdivision of Russia (A federation in northeastern Europe and northern Asia; formerly Soviet Russia; since 1991 an independent state).
Its administrative center is the city of Chelyabinsk (A city in the Asian part of Russia).
Chelyabinsk Oblast consists of the following districts (Russian (A native or inhabitant of Russia) : районы):
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 Chelyabinsk - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Chelyabinsk (Russian Челя́бинск; also transliterated as "Cheljabinsk", "Čeljabinsk", and "Čelyabinsk") is a Russian city just to the east of the Ural Mountains.
It is the administrative center of Chelyabinsk Oblast.
Chelyabinsk is one of major industrial centers of Russia.
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 Chelyabinsk
Chelyabinsk (Челя́бинск) is a Russian city just to the east of the Ural Mountains.
It is the adminitrative center of Chelyabinsk Oblast.
Several enormous facilities for the production of T-34 tanks and Katyusha rocket launchers existed in Chelyabinsk, and it gained the town nickname "Tankograd." A nuclear accident many many years ago still has effects on the population, although not as severe as Chernobyl.
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 Chelyabinsk - URC FREEnet
Chelyabinsk is the major industrial, scientific, and cultural center of the southern Ural.
Chelyabinsk first appeared as a military fortress on the 13th (2) of September in 1736 in the course of Russian colonization of the southern Urals.
Citizens of Chelyabinsk have the opportunity to attend theatres, an art gallery, a philharmonic hall, an organ hall, a circus, several museums and 19 cinemas.
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 COMMERCIAL REPORT
Situated at the crossroads of Europe and Asia, Chelyabinsk and the Chelyabinsk Oblast are a major hub for commerce moving in all directions of the compass.
The Chelyabinsk Oblast, with a population of 3.6 million, represents a major concentration of heavy industry and agriculture situated at the southern end of the Ural Mountain chain.
The Administration of the Chelyabinsk Region registers amendments to foundation documents of the enterprises located on the territory of the Region, including cases of acquisition of stocks or shares or other securities by foreign investors paid either in foreign currency or in rubles when their partial share is more than 50%.
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 City of Chelyabinsk - Regional Profile from the Russian American Chamber of Commerce®
Chelyabinsk is the major industrial, scientific, and cultural center of the southern Urals.
In 1781, Chelyabinsk gained status as a city, and in 1934 status as the capital of Chelyabinsk Oblast.
Chelyabinsk has five state and four municipal theaters, a philharmonic hall, an organ hall, a municipal jazz center, a modern art center, an art gallery, several museums, several local television and radio stations and nineteen movie theaters.
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 Nuclear Cities Initiative   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
Railway supports most passenger transportation in the oblast, while roadway is the preferred means to move cargo.
The Chelyabinsk Glavny Station of the Southern Ural Railroad is one of the largest in Russia and is the only united railroad and bus transportation node in the country.
In 1998, 264,500 passengers passed through the Chelyabinsk International Airport, a number that should increase with the recent renovation of the international terminal, which brought expanded passport control and customs inspection facilities, not to mention a coffee bar, self-service cafeteria, restaurant and bar.
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 Search Results for Chelyabinsk - Encyclopædia Britannica
It lies on the eastern flank of the Ural Mountains and on the Miass River.
It is a centre of coal mining in the Chelyabinsk lignite (brown coal) basin; mining began in 1934, and the settlement...
It is one of the centres of lignite (brown coal) mining in the Chelyabinsk...
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 Ural region of Russia. © Copyright 1996-1999, RusPhoto.
Chelyabinsk (62 degrees of eastern longitude, 55.5 degrees of northern latitude) is located in the southern part of the Ural mountains approximately 1500kms to the east from Moscow.
Chelyabinsk is the capital of the large Chelyabinsk region that occupies 87,900 square km.
Chelyabinsk: an overview (the largest city on the south of Ural), sights of the city and pictures of wild nature around Chelyabinsk (Russian version).
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 Chelyabinsk (city)
Capital city, economic and cultural centre of Chelyabinsk oblast (region), Russian Federation, 240 km/150 mi south of Yekaterinburg on the Miass River; population (1996 est) 1,083,000.
Chelyabinsk is a major industrial centre in the Urals and an important rail centre.
Formerly a Tatar village, Chelyabinsk became a Cossack fortress in 1736.
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 American International Health Alliance Portal - AIHA
Chelyabinsk City Clinical Hospital No. 1 includes the regional pediatric surgical intensive care facility; Children's Diseases Clinic No 1 is the headquarters for the regional outpatient pediatric asthma care program.
Chelyabinsk City Clinical Hospital No. 8 (1,519 babies), Chelyabinsk City Maternity Hospital No. 5 (1,130 babies), Chelyabinsk Oblast Maternity Hospital, District central hospitals in Troitsk, Miass, Kyshtym, Kusa, and Satka, Chelyabinsk Regional Administration, and Chelyabinsk City Administration are also involved.
The Chelyabinsk partners have developed a detailed plan for establishment of a modem- and computer-based network to be based at the Ural State Academy, involving hospitals throughout the city and region, and operating with technical support provided by the Chelyabinsk Technical University.
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 Energy Efficiency in the Chelyabinsk and Tomsk Oblasts: Summary of Findings
While energy consumption in Chelyabinsk is relatively high for Russia, most of the fuel and electricity is used by the oblasts' industrial sector.
Metallurgical plants in Magnitogorsk, Chelyabinsk, Zlatoustovsky, and other oblast cities consume a third of the natural gas that is used in the oblast--an amount equal to all of the natural gas used in heating and electricity production--and almost half of all mazut fuel.
The regional administration in neighboring Kustanaisky Oblast has proposed the creation of a company that would expand mining in the Priozernyi coal reserve and construct a coal-fired plant to produce electricity for both the Kustanaisky and Chelyabinsk oblasts.
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 Visit Siberia Ltd. :: Russia inside :: Kurgan oblast'   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
Geografical position: Kurgan oblast` is located in the south of Western Siberia, in the river basin of the Tobol.
The region borders on Sverdlovsk, Chelyabinsk, Tyumen oblast` and Kazakhstan.
The structure of the oblast` includes 24 areas, 9 cities and 6 rural settlements.
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 AgExporter: Rich market opportunities in Russia's resource-rich Urals region - Ural Mountain region; sales ...
The Sverdlovsk Oblast is one of eight oblasts across Russia that are test subjects for the new Federal Food Corporation.
The Chelyabinsk Oblast, located 175 kilometers south of Yekaterinburg, has a population of 3.6 million with 1.2 million consumers concentrated in the oblast seat, Chelyabinsk.
Chelyabinsk is not a likely importer of grain, although it was indicated that the oblast may buy 200,000 tons of Russian wheat this year.
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 Visit Siberia Ltd. :: Russia inside :: Chelyabinsk oblast'   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
Geografical position: Chelyabinsk oblast` is located on the eastern slopes of South Ural and adjoining territories of Zauralskaya lowland.
The region borders on Bashkiria, Sverdlovsk, Kurgan, Orenburg oblast' and Kazakhstan.
The structure of the oblast' includes 24 areas, 20 cities and 32 rural settlements.
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 Chelyabinsk apartments to rent. Cheliabinsk apartment hotels, Russia.
Chelyabinsk (Russian Челя́бинск; also transliterated as "Cheljabinsk", "Čeljabinsk", and "Čelyabinsk") is a Russian city just to the east of the Ural Mountains.
Chelyabinsk is located at 55°03'-55°19' N, 61°08'-61°17' E. A fortress, Chelyaba, from which the city takes its name, was constructed on the site in 1736; the city was incorporated in 1781.
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 CLDP-Partnering Communities Profiles
With a population of approximately 1.1 million, the Kurgan Oblast is a primarily agricultural region located in the south of Russia's West Siberian Plain and bordering Kazakhstan in the Tobol River basin.
The Oblast's main crop is spring wheat, but rye, oats, and corn are also grown.
Parts of the oblast have suffered from radioactive contamination caused by nuclear accidents in adjacent Chelyabinsk Oblast.
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 Spartanburg SC | GoUpstate.com | Spartanburg Herald-Journal
Chelyabinsk Oblast (, Chelyabinskaya oblast) is a federal subject of Russia (an oblast).
Chelyabinsk Oblast is located in the Yekaterinburg Time Zone (YEKT/YEKST).
In addition, a further 0.24% of residents declined to state their nationality or ethnocultural identity on the census questionnaire.
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 RADIO FREE EUROPE/ RADIO LIBERTY
Chelyabinsk Oblast Deputy Governor Valentin Buravlev told a government meeting on 23 June that an antiterrorist center will be founded on the basis of the Russian Federal Security Service in the Chelyabinsk Oblast Directorate, Regnum reported on 24 June.
The head of the Information and Propaganda Department of Nizhnii Novgorod Oblast's Muslim Religious Board (DUMNO), Asiya Devletchina, told the news agency that DUMNO leaders plan to discuss the issue in the near future with Russia's Muslim leaders and then to appeal to Russian President Vladimir Putin.
Eduard Abrosimov, the former adviser to Saratov Oblast Governor Dmitrii Ayatskov, was convicted on 22 June by the Saratov Volzhsk Raion Court of slander and sentenced to seven months imprisonment, Regnum-VolgaInform reported on 23 June.
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 Chelyabinsk-65
The Chelyabinsk-65 nuclear complex continued to expand during the next four decades and is currently one of the largest and most diverse nuclear facilities in Russia.
Chelyabinsk-65 is located about 15 km east of Kyshtym, on the east side of the southern Urals in Chelyabinsk oblast.
But some 2 million curies spilled across Chelyabinsk, Sverdlovsk, and Tyumen Oblasts covering a total area of 23,000 square kilometers inhabited by a quarter of a million people.
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 Regions: attracting foreign investment   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
The list of leaders in terms of rates of growth in investment includes the Leningrad oblast and the city of St. Petersburg (apparently, in the latter case there may be perceived the effects of the growth in the share of federal investment – 16.2 per cent in the 1
The investment in the Kaliningrad oblast increased more than twofold (the specific feature of this region is a highest share in investment of internal funds of enterprises and organizations in fixed assets – 84.6 per cent, and, therefore, the regime of special economic zone continues to play its positive role).
Not only the Sakhalin oblast, but also the Amur oblast (an increase in investment 2.5 times) made a significant contribution in this growth, while a downfall in investment in the Far East was registered only in the Primorski krai.
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 Nuclear Cities Initiative   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
Snezhinsk is located 120 km from the city of Chelyabinsk (population 1.2 million), which is a major commercial hub with an international airport, and 90 km from Ekaterinburg (population 1.4 million), home to the Koltsovo International Airport and a U.S. consulate.
The Chelyabinsk region is characterized by a continental climate, meaning cold, prolonged winters, comparatively short, but warm summers, and transitional fall and spring seasons of short duration.
Among the 16 VUZs in the oblast are the Southern Ural State University, the Chelyabinsk Teachers' Training University, the Chelyabinsk State University, the Chelyabinsk State Medical Academy, Foreign Languages Lyceum No. 93, Physics and Mathematics Lyceum No. 31, and a regional branch of Apple University.
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 Stolitsy-Level Data Limitations   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
Specific data concerning oblast capitals may or may not appear as unique area features on the rayon basemap.
In Vladimirskaya oblast, the capital, Vladimir, is located within Suzdal'skiy rayon and has no existence on the area basemap (rayony).
In contrast, the capital of Nizhegorodoskaya oblast, Nizhny Novogorod, is quite large and is represented with its own areal feature on the basemap (Nizhny Novgorod gorsovet).
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 The St. Petersburg Times - Russia Ill-Equipped for Spent Nuclear Fuel Deal
CHELYABINSK OBLAST, Ural Mountains - Environmental activist Natalya Mironova was on her way to the Chelyabinsk City Hall on Sept. 29, when she and four other activists were arrested by the police.
These signatures were to be forwarded to Chelyabinsk Oblast Gov. Pyotr Sumin.
Chelyabinsk Oblast is still trying to recover from a number of environmental accidents caused by the activities of the plutonium plant, widely known by its current name, Mayak.
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 Federation Council Membership
Chairman of the Deputies Assembly of Arkhangelsk Oblast
Chairman of the Deputies Assembly of Lipetsk Oblast
Chairman of the Deputies Assembly of Pskov Oblast
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