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A city of southeast Russia north of Vladivostok. It was laid out and settled in 1932 by members of Komsomol, the Communist youth organization.
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(Placename) an industrial city in W Russia, on the Amur River: built by members of the Komsomol (Communist youth league) in 1932. Pop: 275 000 (2005 est)
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a city in the E Russian Federation in Asia, on the Amur River. 316,000.Also called Komsomolsk′-on-Amur′.
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