Kulja

Kulja

 

(also Kuldja; Chinese, Inning), a city in northwestern China, in the Sinkiang Uigur Autonomous Region. Population, 108,000 (1959). An important economic center in the Hi Valley, the city is the starting point for navigation on the Hi River and the terminal point of the Kansu-Sinkiang Highway. It is the commercial center of an agricultural region, and its major indus-tries are the processing of agricultural products (food, leather, and textile enterprises) and rug-making.

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El Tratado de Kulja de 1851, entre Rusia y China, abrio las puertas al comercio ruso en la region de Sing-Kinag y el asentamiento en Kazakstan, aprovechando la debilidad del Imperio chino.
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In the June edition of Habitat, the Consuming Choices article on home composting incorrectly quoted Kulja Coulston, who would like to clarify that, for health reasons, wormfarms should not be kept indoors!
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There is threat of avalanches at 62-100 km of the Ala-Buka-Kanysh-Kiya highway, at 1-9 km of the Krasnaya-Gorka-Ak-Tash road and 74-76, 88-89 and 100-115 km of the Myrzake-Kara road Kulja - Alaikuu, the Hydrometeorology Agency reports.