Kirov

city and administrative centre of Kirov oblast (province), western Russia, on the Vyatka River. The city was founded as Khlynov in 1181 by traders ...
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Kirov

Kirov (kē'ruf) , formerly Vyatka (vyät'ku) , city (1989 pop. 440,000), capital of Kirov region, central European Russia, on the Vyatka River. It is a river port and an industrial center that produces machinery and metalwork, chemicals, wood products, and armaments. The 17th-centur...
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Kirov

oblast (province), western Russia. The oblast covers an area of 46,650 square miles (120,800 square km) and occupies almost the entire basin of the ...
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Kirov

The Kirov was a Russian Kirov Class cruiser of 8800 tons displacement launched in 1936. The Kirov had a top speed of about 34 knots and carried a complement of 624 and carried four aircraft. She was armed with nine 7.1 inch guns; six 4 inch anti-aircraft guns; four 37 mm anti-aircraft guns; four machine-guns and six 21 inch torpedo tubes arranged i...
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