Partizansk


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Partizansk

 

(until 1972, Suchan), a city under krai jurisdiction in Primor’e Krai, RSFSR. Population, 49,000 (1974). The city has a railroad station. Coal is mined in the area. Partizansk has a coal-washing plant, a mining equipment repair shop, two clothing factories, a leather clothing factory, and a food industry. It also has a mining technicum.

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