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Gardabani

 

a city (a settlement prior to 1969), the center of Gardabani Raion, Georgian SSR. Railroad station, 39 km southeast of Tbilisi. Population, 9,000 (1970). Gardabani is the location of the Tbilisi State Regional Electric Power Plant, a canning combine, a knitwear factory, and a construction materials plant. A plant producing millboard and roofing felt was constructed there in 1971.

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