Tkibuli


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Tkibuli

 

a city (since 1939) under the jurisdiction of the Georgian SSR. Located on the southwestern slopes of Racha Range. Connected by a branch line with the Rioni railroad station (via the city of Kutaisi) on the Samtredia-Tbilisi line. Population, 23,400 (1975).

Coal is mined near Tkibuli, and the city has an ore-dressing plant, which supplies the Rustavi Metallurgical Plant with coking-coal concentrates. Local industries include tea processing and meat-packing, and the city has enterprises for the production of lumber and building materials. The Tkibuli and Shaorskaia hydroelectric power plants are located near Tkibuli.

The Great Soviet Encyclopedia, 3rd Edition (1970-1979). © 2010 The Gale Group, Inc. All rights reserved.
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