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Chaplygin

 

(until 1948, Ranenburg), a city and the administrative center of Chaplygin Raion, Lipetsk Oblast, RSFSR. Chaplygin is situated on the Stanovaia Riasa River in the Don basin and is a railroad junction (Ranenburg) for lines to Bogoiavlensk, Troekurovo, and Lev Tolstoi. It has a plant producing tractor parts, a pig-iron foundry, a plant for the production of starch, a milk plant, a brickyard, and a clothing factory. There is also a sovkhoz technicum and a museum of local lore in the city. The city has renamed in honor of S. A. Chaplygin, who was born in Ranenburg.

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