Malyn

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Malyn
Малин
City
Monument to Nicholas Miklouho-Maclay in Malyn. Miklouho-Maclay's father was Ukrainian, and after 1873, the Miklouho-Maclay family owned a country estate in Malyn.
Monument to Nicholas Miklouho-Maclay in Malyn. Miklouho-Maclay's father was Ukrainian, and after 1873, the Miklouho-Maclay family owned a country estate in Malyn.
Flag of Malyn
Flag
Coat of arms of Malyn
Coat of arms
Malyn is located in Ukraine
Malyn
Malyn
Location of Malyn
Coordinates: 50°46′8″N 29°16′12″E / 50.76889°N 29.27000°E / 50.76889; 29.27000Coordinates: 50°46′8″N 29°16′12″E / 50.76889°N 29.27000°E / 50.76889; 29.27000
Country  Ukraine
Founded 891
Area
 • Total 60.92 km2 (23.52 sq mi)
Population (2011)
 • Total 27,083
 • Density 444.5/km2 (1,151/sq mi)
Postal code 11600
Area code(s) +380-4133
Website Malyn local governmentl

Malyn (Ukrainian: Малин, Malyn) (sometimes spelled Malin) is a city in Zhytomyr Oblast (province) of Ukraine located about 65 miles (100 km) northwest of Kiev. Population is 27,083 (2011).

The town hosts a seismic monitoring station (designated PS-45) belonging to an international network of nuclear test monitoring stations intended to verify the Comprehensive Test Ban Treaty (CTBT) treaty.

FC Papirnyk Malyn is a Ukrainian football team based in Malyn.

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