Nizhniye Sergi (Russian: Ни́жние Серги́) is a town and the administrative center of Nizhneserginsky District of Sverdlovsk Oblast, Russia, located in the Ural Mountains on the Serga River 120 kilometers (75 mi) from Yekaterinburg. Population: 10,336 (2010 Census); 12,567 (2002 Census); 14,938 (1989 Census).
The town is situated on a rolling plain surrounded by mountains, the highest of which reaches 350 meters (1,150 ft) above sea level. The town stretches for 50 kilometers (31 mi) from south to north and for 36 kilometers (22 mi) from east to west.
International dialing code: +734396, postal code: 623090.
It was founded in 1743.
Nizhniye Sergi with its health resort, located on the Montayevo Lake, is a popular destination in the Ural region. The health resort is known for its mineral water that includes 37 elements. The experienced medical personnel helps to overcome different diseases from stomach to heart ache. As for entertainment, here are club, restaurant, Russian bath – house, library and skiing center in winter.
The town is also an industrial center. The economy is based on its plant that produces nails, wires, and other products of ferrous metallurgy. Most of the production output is exported to the Post-Soviet countries and now the direction of the plant is negotiating with the German company over a possible partnership, so in the nearest future the production will be exported in this country.
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- Entry on UralWeb (Russian)