Beregovo

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Beregovo

 

a city (since 1946); administrative center of Beregovo Raion, Zakarpatskaia Oblast, Ukrainian SSR, 71 km southeast of Uzhgorod. Railroad station. Population, 27,000 (1969). Beregovo has a furniture combine, a repair plant, a winery, a cannery, a tannery, and a garment factory; construction materials are produced. There is a medical college. Orchards and vineyards are cultivated in the surrounding area.

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