Bratsk


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Bratsk

(brɑtsk)

n.
a city in the S central Russian Federation in Asia, on the Angara River. 249,000.
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Chairman of the Legislative Assembly of the Irkutsk region Sergey Brilka and Vice Speaker, Chairman of the Committee on Budget, Pricing, Financial, Economic and Tax Legislation Natalia Dikusarova, as well as Deputy of the Regional Parliament Georgy Lyubenkov took part in the meeting of the Council on Small Business under the administration of the city of Bratsk.
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Gestwa's book draws on five case studies, all of them hydrological: the Volga-Don Canal (completed in 1952), the Kuibyshev reservoir and its hydroelectric station (1957), the Volgograd reservoir (1961), the Novosibirsk reservoir (part of a larger Ob River reclamation project that never materialized), and the Bratsk hydroelectric power station, the largest project of its kind worldwide until it was surpassed in size by another Soviet project in 1970.