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an urban-type settlement; administrative center of Arti Raion, Sverdlovsk Oblast, RSFSR. Located on the Artia River (near its confluence with the Ufa), 62 km southeast of the Krasnoufimsk railroad station. Population, 13,800 (1968). Arti has a mechanized plant that produces agricultural scythes and sickles and sewing needles. Arti grew up around a metallurgical plant built in 1782 and re-equipped for the manufacture of scythes in the 19th century.

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