Gorbatov


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Gorbatov

 

a city in Gorky Oblast, RSFSR. A landing on the Oka River, 15 km north of the Vorsma railroad station (on the Gorky-Pavlovo branch). It is an old center of rope and cord production. It has a rope and cord factory and a dairy plant and produces folding knives and embroidered articles. The city has vacation homes, and horticulture (mainly cherries) is well developed. Gorbatov has been known since the 16th century; it became a city in 1779.

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(13) RIA Novosti's official institutional history also includes the following authors as contributors to SIB publications: Ivan Bardin (1883-1960); Aleksandr Fadeev (1901-56); Konstantin Fedin (1892-1977); Boris Gorbatov (1908-54); Vilis Lads (1904-66); Leonid Leonov (1899-1994); Aleksandr Melik-Pashaev (1905-64); Ivan Moskvin (1874-1946) ; Boris Polevoi (1908-81); Marietta Shaginian (1888-1982); Konstantin Simonov (1915-79); Evgenii Tarie (1874-1955); Nikolai Tikhonov (1896-1979); Sergei Vavilov (1891-1951); and Nikolai Zelinskii (1861-1953).