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Korsun’

 

an urban-type settlement in Donetsk Oblast, Ukrainian SSR, 3 km from the Shchebenka station on the Donetsk-Voroshilovgrad railroad line. It is situated in the Donbas, on the Korsunka River (Mius Basin), 15 km from Enakievo. Most of the people in the settlement work in the industrial enterprises of Enakievo, Gorlovka, and Panteleimonovka. There is a vegetable and dairy sovkhoz in Korsun’.


Korsun’

 

an old Russian name for the Greek city of Chersonese in the Crimea. It is often mentioned in the Russian chronicles and other written sources, primarily in conjunction with events from the ninth to 13th centuries.

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