Kokhma


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Kokhma

 

a city (since 1925) in Ivanovo Raion, Ivanovo Oblast, RSFSR. It is located on the Uvod’ River (a tributary of the Kliaz’ma). Railroad Station on the Ivanovo-Novki line. Population, 22,500 (1971). Industries include a cotton combine, a linen-weaving factory, and the Strommashina Plant.

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