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Unecha is a Russian city, the administrative center of the Unech District of the Bryansk Region. The population is 26.3 thousand people (the fifth largest town in the region). Unecha is a large railway junction.

The city is located in riverheads of Unecha (inflow of Iputi, the basin of Dnepr), 140 km to the southwest of Bryansk.

The settlement appeared in 1887 as a station of the Polesye railroad. After laying down of the railroad line Kharkov Orsha in 1929 Unecha became a considerable railway junction and started developing intensively. In 1940 Unecha received the city status.

During the Great Patriotic War the city was occupied. It was liberated from fascists on September 23, 1943.

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