Aleksin


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Aleksin

 

city and administrative center of Aleksin Raion, Tula Oblast, RSFSR. Situated on the banks of the river Oka, 65 km northwest of Tula, Aleksin has a harbor, as well as a railroad station on the Kaluga-Tula line. Population is 54,000 (1969). Industry includes a fittings and armature plant, a chemical combine, and a cardboard factory; building materials are also produced here. There are technical schools of chemical technology and hydrometeorology. Rest homes and a sanitorium are located in the vicinity of Aleksin. The town is first mentioned in the beginning of the 13th century.

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HOCKEY: Scotland could clinch promotion from the women's European Under-21 Nations Championships 11 they can beat one of the bottom sides, Lithuania, in Aleksin, Russia, today.
HOCKEY: A double from Grove Menzieshill striker Louise Campbell gave Scotland women's Under-21 side an easy 2-0 win over Austria in the European Nations Championships 11 in Aleksin, Russia.