Novouzensk


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Novouzensk

 

a city; center of Novouzensk Raion, Saratov Oblast, RSFSR. Located on the left bank of the Bol’shoi Uzen’ River at the influx of the Chertanly River. Railroad station on the Krasnyi Kut-Aleksandrov Gai branch line. Novouzensk has an industrial combine, a creamery, and two brickyards, as well as a zooveterinary technicum. Novouzensk was founded in the 18th century and became a city in 1835.

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