Malakhovka


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Malakhovka

 

an urban-type settlement in Moscow Oblast, RSFSR. Railroad station 29 km southeast of Moscow. Population, 28,300 (1972). An experimental mining equipment plant and experimental machine and building materials plants are located there. There are two sanatoriums in Malakhovka.

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