Naberezhnye Chelny

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Na•be•re•zhny•e Chel•ny

(ˈnɑ bəˌrɛʒ ni ə tʃɛlˈni)
a port in the Tatar Autonomous Republic, in the Russian Federation in Asia, E of Kazan, on the Kama River. 501,000.
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