Aksakovo


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Aksakovo

 

an urban-type settlement in Bashkir ASSR and railroad station on the Ufa-Kuibyshev line. The population was 5,000 in 1969. A koumiss-cure resort. The S. T. Aksakov Pulmonary Tuberculosis Sanatorium here is open year-round. The family estate of the Aksakovs, Kuroedovo, was located in Aksakovo.

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