Biisk


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Biisk

(Russian bijsk)
n
(Placename) a variant spelling of Biysk
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To give one example: a route was developed in advance for the court's trip from Tomsk to Biisk during the winter of 1898 (in this case, it was necessary to combine rail and horse-drawn transport) and submitted for approval to Governor A.
The blast occurred early Sunday at the mall in the center of Biisk, a city of around 200,000 people.
For example, Tomsk district, Tomsk province was described as having abundant mushrooms; [49] Biisk district, Tomsk province offered abundant "vegetables" (everything from melons to potatoes); [50] the Amur region abounded in wild game; [51] and there seemed to be abundant fish, abundant berries, and abundant timber just about everywhere else in Western Siberia and the Far East.