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A city of south-central Russia on the Ob River south of Novosibirsk. It is an industrial center in a mining and agricultural region.


(Russian bərnaˈul)
(Placename) a city in S Russia, on the River Ob. Pop: 605 000 (2005 est)


(ˌbɑr nəˈul)

the capital of the Altai territory in the Russian Federation, on the Ob River, S of Novosibirsk. 602,000.
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The AMG chain comprises five centres in Siberia's largest cities, including Krasnoyarsk (two clinics), Omsk, Novosibirsk and Barnaul.
SALUTE A Russian veteran and a friend in Barnaul yesterday
MOSKOVA (CyHAN)- A man who was fell into ventilation from 10 th floor was rescued after much efforts in the city of Barnaul in Russia, which was recorded by a phone.
7 October 2011 - Swedish ventilation and construction systems provider Lindab AB (STO:LIAB) said today it had won a contract with a value of SEK80m to build a four-storey building in the Russian city of Barnaul in Siberia.
The Tupolev-154, which took off from Barnaul in Siberia and was headed to Norilsk in northern Russia, made an emergency landing at Abakan, also in Siberia, at 0325 GMT, Irina Butenko, spokeswoman for the regional emergencies ministry, said.
Other routes already covered by the codeshare agreement include Czech Airlines' flights from Prague to Dublin, Manchester, Bratislava, Samara, Cosice and Ostrava as well as Aeroflot's flights from Moscow to Irkutsk, Barnaul, Omsk and Kemerovo.
555m subscriber base at the end of August, has 38 base stations in Barnaul, the capital of the Altai Region, along with a switchboard with a capacity of 100,000 telephone numbers.
In Barnaul, 180 miles west of Kemerovo, hospital patients had to be evacuated because of poor heating supplies.
Action, which took place recently in the Siberian city of Barnaul, saw a dummy dressed in U.
But the difficulties posed by the provisions of his will, which place all his studio pictures in the collection of the Barnaul Museum of Art and Natural History--Barnaul, a mining town of half a million or so, is 110 miles south of Novosibirsk--have made exhibitions of his work infrequent in the West.
Services to be rolled out in six additional cities in Siberia following initial launch in Barnaul