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Izobilny City
September 18, 2016 00:53


Stavropol plains on the satelite pictures remind  patchwork quilts as they are solid motley patches of fields under crop. Izobilny from the space is surrounded by these patches from all the sides so that all questions concerning its name fallaway.

Izobilny became a city only in 1965 and even now when it is inhabited by 40 thousand of population it looks like a very big village.

There are no sightseeing in the city nor in the surroundings except the sugar mill being the only processing mill of sugar beet in the Stavropol Region. The gas pipeline begins in Izobilny that was constructed for transportation the natural gas from Russia to Turkey.


Author: Anna Dorozhkina


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