Nizhni Tagil


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Nizhni Tagil

(Russian ˈniʒnij taˈɡil)
n
(Placename) a city in central Russia, on the E slopes of the Ural Mountains: a major metallurgical centre. Pop: 382 000 (2005 est)

Nizh′ni Ta•gil′

(təˈgil)
n.
a city in the Russian Federation in Asia, on the E slope of the Ural Mountains. 427,000.
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The mock-up of that vehicle, named Atom 8x8, was unveiled in late September 2013 at the Russian Expo Arms exhibit in Nizhni Tagil.
Russian mining and metallurgical major Evraz Group could invest over RUB 48 bn in further upgrade of Nizhni Tagil Metallurgical Works (NTMK), according to the press service of the Governor of the Sverdlovsk region.
In the Ural Mountains osmium-iridium ore was first found in 1819 and at the beginning of the 1820s a very rich deposit of platinum ore was discovered in Nizhni Tagil, central part of the Urals.