Chervonograd

Chervonograd

 

(until 1953, Kristanopol’), a city (since 1951) under oblast jurisdiction in L’vov Oblast, Ukrainian SSR. Situated on the Bug River. Population, 53,000 (1977). Chervonograd is a railroad station on the L’vov-Kovel’ line. Coal is mined nearby. The city has a plant that produces reinforced-concrete components, a milk plant, a wood-products combine, a garment factory, and a hosiery factory. A branch of the L’vov Polytechnic Institute and a mining technicum are located in Chervonograd.

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