Elabuga

Elabuga

 

a city in the Tatar ASSR. A landing on the Kama River, 92 km south of the railroad station of Mozhga on the Kazan-Argyz line. Population, 32,000 (1970). It has a fittings plant and enterprises of the food and building industries. Oil is produced in the vicinity. Elabuga has a teachers college, medical school, and a school for training cultural and educational personnel. The town is the site of the museum-home of its native son, the painter I. I. Shishkin. Elabuga arose as a settlement in the latter half of the 16th century and became the district administrative center in 1780.

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