Orekhov


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Orekhov

 

a city and administrative center of Orekhov Raion, Zaporozh’e Oblast, Ukrainian SSR. Situated on the Konka River of the Dnieper River basin. Railroad station (Orekhovskaia) on the Zaporozh’e-Pologi line. Population, 17,400 (1974). Orekhov has factories that produce agricultural machinery, metal articles, nonstandard equipment, and construction materials. It also has a creamery, a fruit cannery, a cereal-products combine, and a clothing factory. There is an agricultural technicum and a museum of local lore.

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