Kazalinsk

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Kazalinsk

 

a city in Kazalinsk Raion, Kzyl-Orda Oblast, Kazakh SSR. It is situated 12 km south of the Kazalinsk railroadstation on the AraPsk-Kzyl-Orda line, on the right bank of theSyr Darya River. Population, 9, 000 (1970). A brickyard and afish-processing plant are located there. Kazalinsk was foundedas a fort in 1853 and became a city in 1867.

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So, the first Russian schools in the Sirdaryo Region were opened in Fort No.1 (Kazalinsk) and Perovsk (Bendrikov, 1960).
The tank was uncoupled from the main structure and put on the emergency deadlock at Kazalinsk station.
(43) By 1923, BNSR had representations in Kabul, Tbilisi, Moscow, Tashkent, Samarqand, and Khorezm, and agents (oqsaqqol) in Perovsk, Kazalinsk, Ferghana, and Merv.
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