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(ˈbɛl gəˌrɒd)

a city in the W Russian Federation, N of Kharkov. 293,000.
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The submarine, named Belgorod, is equipped to launch Poseidon nuclear torpedoes and can dive to around 1,700 feet.
The combination of rich cultural and historical heritage of the Belgorod region with its natural resource opportunities in the region contributes to the development of different types of tourism: the spiritual and patriotic, rural, agrarian-ethnographic, children, youth, business and research; event, winter, health and wellness, etc.
BELGOROD (TAP) - An armed former convict on Monday killed six people, including a 14-year-old girl, in a broad daylight shooting at a hunting shop in the Russian city of Belgorod, police said.
The Russian company plans to build between 100 and 150 biogas plants with a combined capacity of 250 MW in the rural regions of central Russia and in the area of the south-western city of Belgorod.
Synterra, a Russian telecomms operator, has revealed it has expanded its WiMAX wireless broadband network to Belgorod, a Russian city.

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