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 Zhytomyr Oblast
Malyn
Malyn
Location of Malyn
Malyn is located in Ukraine
Malyn
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 (2013)
 • Total 26,934
 • 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. It serves as the administrative center of Malyn Raion, though administratively it does not belong to the raion and is incorporated separately as a city of oblast significance. Population: 26,934 (2013 est.)[1]

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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