Malinovka


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Malinovka

 

an urban-type settlement in Kemerovo Oblast, RSFSR. It is located on the Kondoma River (a tributary of the Tom’). Population, 10,700 (1972). It has a railroad station on the Novokuznetsk-Tashtagol line. Coal is mined in the settlement.


Malinovka

 

an urban-type settlement in Chuguev Raion, Kharkov Oblast, Ukrainian SSR, on the Severskii Donets River, 5 km from the Korobochkino railroad station (on the KharkovKupiansk line). A farm for fattening cattle is located in the settlement.

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Comedies such as Blue mazurka (Franz Lehar), Arshin mal alan (U.Hajibeyli), "The Circus Princes"s (Imre Kalman), "Wedding in Malinovka" (B.Aleksandrov) and others were staged by the Russian department of the theater.
(1988) bakumovka, Miocene Beryozovka, (Tortonian) Malinovka, Selezni, and Vol'naya Vershina Erdei and Bukkalja Late Miocene C.
Maps like Cliff, Mines, Malinovka, Sand River, West Field, Province and Mountain Pass are included.