Kazhim

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Kazhim

 

an urban-type settlement in Koigorodok Raion, Komi ASSR, situated on the Kazhim River, 4 km from the point at which it flows into the Sysola (a tributary of the Vychegda) and 245 km southeast of the city of Syktyvkar.

Kazhim has a lumbering industry and several wood workingestablishments. It developed in connection with the constructionof an ironworks in 1757 (closed in 1928).

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