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Troitskii

 

an urban-type settlement in Gubkin Raion, Belgorod Oblast, RSFSR. Troitskii is located 9 km from the Gubkin railroad station on the Staryi Oskol-Saraevka line. The settlement has a mixed-feed plant and a swine-breeding sovkhoz.

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