Belaia Krinitsa

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Belaia Krinitsa

 

an urban-type settlement in Velikoa-leksandrovsk Raion of Kherson Oblast, Ukrainian SSR. It is a railroad station on the Snigirevka-Apostolovo line. Population, 2,200 (1968). There is a butter and cheese enterprise and a bread factory.

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