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Mtsensk is a Russian city (since 1778), the administrative center of the Mtsensk District in the Oryol Region.

It is one of the largest cities of the Oryol Region.

The city is located on River Zusha (inflow of Oka), at the 56 km distance from Oryol. On the left (high) bank there is old downtown with most of the churches and the railway station located here. On the right (low) bank there is a modern downtown with the city administration.

The city takes the area of 20,8 sq km.

Mtsensk is the regional transport hub. The most important automobile highways of federal value meet here: M2 (E 105), and 2 railway lines: to Moscow and Kursk.


G. F. Solovyyov Mtsensk City Museum of Local Lore founded in 1919. During the Great Patriotic War it was destroyed. It is located in the in historic center of the city.

John the Baptist's Spring (at the foot of the Cathedral Mountain at the confluence of Metsna and Zusha)

The Sheremetyevs' Estate

Mtsensk Art Gallery

Ioann Kuksha's Well

Shestakovs' Park (12 km to the west of Mtsensk, near the road to the village of Telchye)

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