Dolinka


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Dolinka

 

an urban-type settlement in Karaganda Oblast, Kazakh SSR. Situated 21 km west of the Karabas railroad station (on the Karaganda-Mointy line) and 30 km southwest of Karaganda. Population, 11,000 (1970). The principal industry is coal mining, and there is a garment factory and a dairy. Dolinka has a sovkhoz-technicum.

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