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Zyryanovsk

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Country  Kazakhstan
District  Zyryan District
Incorporated (city)  1941
Population  39,320 (2009)
Region  East Kazakhstan Region
Founded  1791
Time zone  ALMT (UTC+6)
Local time  Sunday 11:17 PM
Zyryanovsk
Weather  -5°C, Wind W at 5 km/h, 76% Humidity

Zyryanovsk (Kazakh: Зырян, Zıryan, زىريان, [zәɾˈjɑn]; Russian: Зыряновск) is a town of regional significance in East Kazakhstan Region of Kazakhstan, the administrative center of Zyryan District. It was established in 1791 and was granted town status in 1941. Population: 39,320 (2009 Census results);43,894 (1999 Census results).

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Map of Zyryanovsk 070000, Kazakhstan

Location

Zyryanovsk is located in the Rudnyi Altai, on the banks of the Berezovka River, a left tributary of the Bukhtarma. An 183-km railroad connects Zyrianovsk with Ust-Kamenogorsk. Also through Zyryanovsk there passes a highways Ust-Kamenogorsk – Rakhmanovskie Kluchi and Ust-Kamenogorsk – Bolshenarymskoe.

Industry

Zyrianovsk owed its establishment to the exploitation of a complex-ore deposit, discovered in 1791 by a local inhabitant, G. G. Zyrianov. Zyrianovsk has a lead combinat (division "Kazzinc"). The combine is educated from two mines (Maleevsky and Grekhovsky), concentrating factory, non-productive departments.

Education

In the city the center of the East Kazakhstan state technical university, and also medical college, agrarian and technical college, humanitarian college, construction and transport college, industrial college functions. There are 8 schools, 3 kindergartens, 3 public libraries, Palace of culture, equipment and sports, the Equipments-House.

Notable residents

  • Alfred Koch (born 1961) – Russian writer, mathematician-economist, and businessman
  • Alexander Rosenbaum (born 1951) – Soviet and Russian bard
  • References

    Zyryanovsk Wikipedia


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