Novouzensk


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Novouzensk

 

a city; center of Novouzensk Raion, Saratov Oblast, RSFSR. Located on the left bank of the Bol’shoi Uzen’ River at the influx of the Chertanly River. Railroad station on the Krasnyi Kut-Aleksandrov Gai branch line. Novouzensk has an industrial combine, a creamery, and two brickyards, as well as a zooveterinary technicum. Novouzensk was founded in the 18th century and became a city in 1835.

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A high probability of flooding is forecasted in 7 districts of the region: Volsky, Novouzensk, Ozinsky, Perelyubsky, Dergachevsky, Petrovsky and Pugachevsky.
Frank, Muslim Religious Institutions in Imperial Russia: The Islamic World of Novouzensk District and the Kazakh Inner Horde, 1780-1910 (Leiden: Brill, 2001); see also Rozaliya Garipova, "The Protectors of Religion and Community: Traditionalist Muslim Scholars of the Volga-Ural Region at the Beginning of the Twentieth Century?
The cities of Arkadak, Atkarsk, Balakovo, Balashov, Volsk, Ershov, Kalininsk, Krasnoarmeysk, Krasny Kut, Marx, Novouzensk, Petrovsk, Pugachev, Rtishchevo, Khvalynsk, Saratov, Engels, ZATO Shihany take part in the project.
Frank, Islamic Historiography and "Bulghar" Identity among the Tatars and Bashkirs of Russia (Leiden: Brill, 1998); Frank, Muslim Religious Institutions in Imper ial Russia: The Islamic World of Novouzensk District and the Kazakh Inner Horde, 1780-1910 (Leiden: Brill, 2001); Christian Noack, Muslimischer Nationalismus im russischen Reich: Nationsbildung und Nationalbewegung bei Tataren und Baschkiren, 1861-1917 (Stuttgart: Franz Steiner, 2000).
The head of the region said: "Here, as well as in the far part of Novouzensk District, 1 thousand people need constant water supply, but now with the introduction of this dam the problem with water will be solved.
Frank, Muslim Religious Institutions in Imperial Russia: The Islamic World of Novouzensk District and the Kazakh Inner Horde, 1780-1910 (Leiden: Brill, 2001); Bobrovnikov, Musul'mane Severnogo Kavkaza; Michael Kemper, Sufis und Gelehrte in Tatarien und Baschkirien: Der islamische Diskurs unter russischer Herrschaft (Berlin: Klaus Schwartz, 1998); and Kemper, Herrschaft, Recht und Islam in Daghestan: Von den Khanaten und Gemeindebunden zum gihad-Staat (Wiesbaden: Reichert, 2005); with Crews, For Prophet and Tsar; Geraci, Window on the East; Jersild, Orientalism and Empire; and Daniel Brower, Turkestan and the Fate of the Russian Empire (London: RoutledgeCurzon, 2003).
Uzen - 110 Novouzensk, DP Zavolzhsky PO - 110 City.
Frank, Muslim Religious Institutions in Imperial Russia: The Islamic Worm of Novouzensk District and the Kazakh Inner Horde, 1780-1910 (Leiden: Brill, 2001); V.