Novomoskovsk

city, Tula oblast (province), western Russia, situated on the upper Don River. Founded in 1930 as Bobriki, the town developed as a major chemical ...
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Novomoskovsk

city, Dnipropetrovsk oblast (province), east-central Ukraine. The city lies along the Samara River a few miles above its confluence with the Dnieper ...
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Novomoskovsk

Novomoskovsk (nô"vumuskôfsk') , city (1989 pop. 146,000), W central European Russia. An industrial center in the Moscow lignite basin, it has lignite mines and chemical plants. Founded in 1930 as Bobriki, the city was renamed Stalinogorsk in 1934 and Novomoskovsk in 1961.
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