Kliuchi

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Kliuchi

 

an urban-type settlement in Ust’-Kamchatka Raion, Kamchatka Oblast, RSFSR, situated on the Kamchatka River.

Kliuchi has a woodworking combine, a rafting yard, and a vegetable and dairy sovkhoz. A volcanological station of the Institute of Volcanology of the Siberian branch of the Academy of Sciences of the USSR is located in Kliuchi.


Kliuchi

 

a balneological health resort in the RSFSR, on the Irgina river, on the western slopes of the Urals, 150 km from the city of Perm’ and 65 km from the Kungur railway station (on the Perm’-Sverdlovsk line).

Kliuchi has a continental climate, with short, moderately warm summers (mean July temperature, 17° C), moderately cold winters (mean January temperature, —16° C), and 545 mm of precipitation annually. The resort’s treatment facilities include sulfureted hydrogen sulfochloride sodium-magnesium waters, used for baths, and the silty mud of Suksun Pond. Treatment is available for patients with disorders of the organs of the circulatory, muscular, skeletal, and nervous systems, and for patients suffering from gynecological and skin disorders. The resort has a sanatorium that is open during the summer.

The Great Soviet Encyclopedia, 3rd Edition (1970-1979). © 2010 The Gale Group, Inc. All rights reserved.
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