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an urban-type settlement in Sverdlovsk Oblast, RSFSR. Kol’tsovo has a railroad station 20 km southeast of Sverdlovsk. Population, 16,000 (1970). Asphalt and reinforced-concrete structures plants are located there.

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Another example of a Russian settlement bearing a name of Scottish origin is the village of Karrovo, more commonly known as Goriainovo or Serghievskoye, and eventually in and after the Soviet epoch as Kol'tsovo. Originally known as Goriainovo, this village situated in what was then the Kaluga province used to belong to the noble Golitsyn family.