Marina Gorka

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Mar’ina Gorka


a city (since 1955), the administrative center of Pukhovichi Raion, Minsk Oblast, Byelorussian SSR. It has a railroad station, Pukhovichi, on the Minsk-Zhlobin line. Population, 11,800 (1972). Mar’ina Gorka has a dairy, a winery, and a flax-processing mill, as well as a sovkhoz-technicum and a people’s amateur theater.

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