Bulaevo

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Bulaevo

 

a city (until 1969, a settlement) and administrative center of Bulaevo Raion, Severnyi Kazakhstan Oblast, Kazakh SSR. The railway station for Bulaevo is 82 km east of Petropavlovsk. There is a branch line (100 km) running to the Molodogvardeiskaia station south of Bulaevo. The population was 11, 600 in 1968. Industries include house-frame construction and the repair of agricultural machinery. There is a grain elevator and a creamery in Bulaevo.

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The second subgroup from 540 to 600 points included Kentau (South Kazakhstan region), Semei (East Kazakhstan region), Lisakovsk (Kustanai region), Satpaev (Karaganda region), Petropavlovsk, Bulaevo (North Kazakhstan region), Stepnogorsk (Akmola region), Kurchatov (East Kazakhstan region), Karaganda, Temirtau and Aktobe.