Chelyabinsk


Che·lya·binsk

geographical name \chel-ˈyä-bən(t)sk\

Definition of CHELYABINSK

city W Russia in Asia pop 1,143,000

Chelyabinsk

geographical name    (Concise Encyclopedia)

City (pop., 2002: 1,078,300), west-central Russia. Located 125 mi (200 km) southeast of Yekaterinburg on the Trans-Siberian Railroad, it is the capital of Chelyabinsk oblast. Founded as a frontier outpost on the site of a Bashkir village in 1736, its growth was greatly stimulated by the eastward evacuation of Russian industry in World War II.

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