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(Russian ˈstalinsk)
(Placename) the former name (1932–61) of Novokuznetsk
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(ˌnoʊ və kʊzˈnɛtsk)

a city in the S Russian Federation in central Asia, SE of Novosibirsk. 600,000. Formerly, Stalinsk.
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These two groups participated in the design and construction of Magnitogorsk and other new towns (Stalinsk, Avtostroi, Karaganda, Nizhniy Tagil).
After three weeks on the train, my mother's transport arrived in Stalinsk (now Novokuznetsk) in the Kemerovo district.