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Uva

 

an urban-type settlement and administrative center of Uva Raion, Udmurt ASSR; situated on the Uva River of the Kama River basin. Railroad station on the Izhevsk-Kil’mez’ branch line, 96 km west of Izhevsk. Population, 15,000 (1975). Industries include woodworking, the production of building materials, and peat cutting. Uva also has a creamery, a meat combine, and a poultry sovkhoz.

REFERENCE

Podshivalov, A. A. Biografiia moegoposelka. Izhevsk, 1974.
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