Komsomolskii

The following article is from The Great Soviet Encyclopedia (1979). It might be outdated or ideologically biased.

Komsomol’skii

 

an urban-type settlement in Chamzinka Raion, Mordovian ASSR. Situated on the Nuia River of the Sury River basin 2 km from the Nuia railroad station on the Ruzaev-ka-Kazan line. Population, 11,400 (1971). Komsomol’skii has a cement factory, a combine for the production of asbestos cement articles, and an industrial technicum.


Komsomol’skii

 

an urban-type settlement in the Dagestan ASSR. Railroad station (Crossing no. 17) on the Gudermes-Astrakhan line 16 km north of the city of Kizliar. The Kizliar Electrical Equipment Plant is located in Komsomol’skii.


Komsomol’skii

 

an urban-type settlement in Makat Raion, Gur’ev Oblast, Kazakh SSR. Located 90 km southeast of the Makat railroad station and 12 km from the Gur’ev-Shevchenko railroad line. Petroleum is extracted in the vicinity of Komsomol’skii.


Komsomol’skii

 

an urban-type settlement in the Komi ASSR. Located 18 km from Vorkuta. Population, 11,500 (1970). Coal is mined in the vicinity (Pechora Coal Basin).


Komsomol’skii

 

an urban-type settlement in Chaunskii Raion, Chukchi National Okrug, Magadan Oblast, RSFSR. Situated at the foot of the Ichuveem Mountain Ridge in the basin of the Ichuveem River, it is linked by highway with the port of Pevek. Gold and tin are mined in the vicinity.


Komsomol’skii

 

an urban-type settlement in Sovetskii Raion, Khanty-Mansi NO, Tiumen’ Oblast, RSFSR. It has a railroad station (Geologicheskaia) on the Ivdel’-Sergino line and a logging and timber distribution establishment.


Komsomol’skii

 

an urban-type settlement in Tula Oblast, RSFSR. It is situated 8 km from the railroad station of Bobrik-Donskoi. Coal of the Moscow Area Coal Basin is mined in Komsomol’skii.


Komsomol’skii

 

an urban-type settlement in Voroshilovgrad Oblast, Ukrainian SSR, 11 km from the Dolzhanskaia rail-road junction. Coal is mined in the vicinity, and there is a coal washery.

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