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Kupino is a Russian town (from 1944), the administrative center of the Kupino District of the Novosibirsk Region. It was founded in 1886. From 1936 to 1944 it had the status of an urban settlement.

It has the population of 14 613 people (as of February 2012) and the area of 3.2 thousand hectares.

The town is located to the south of Lake Chany, 500 kilometers away from Novosibirsk, near the border with Kazakhstan.

It is a big railway station.

At the distance of 48 km to the southeast of Kupino there is the Novoklyuchevsky salty lake, the water and oozy deposits of which have healing properties.

Its territory makes 30 sq.km.

History of Kupino

It was founded in 1886 as Kupino Village and named after the surname of Kupin; the personal name of Kup is repeatedly recorded in documents of the 16th -17th centuries. It became a town in 1944.



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Kupino
  (Novosibirsk Region)

Cities of the region

    Novosibirsk
    Berdsk
    Iskitim
    Kuybyshev
    Barabinsk
    Karasuk


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