Zyryanovsk

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Zyryanovsk
Зырян
Official seal of Zyryanovsk
Seal
Zyryanovsk is located in Kazakhstan
Zyryanovsk
Zyryanovsk
Location in Kazakhstan
Coordinates: 49°44′19″N 84°16′19″E / 49.73861°N 84.27194°E / 49.73861; 84.27194
Country Kazakhstan
Province East Kazakhstan Province
District Zyryan District
Founded 1791
Incorporated (city) 1941
Government
 • Akim (mayor) Larisa Grechushnikova
Population (2009)
 • Total 39,320
Time zone BTT (UTC+6)
Postal code 070800–070804
Area code(s) +7 72335
Website http://akimzyryan.gov.kz

Zyryanovsk (Kazakh: Зырян; Russian: Зыряновск) is a town of regional significance in East Kazakhstan Province of Kazakhstan, the administrative center of Zyryan District. It was established in 1791 and was granted town status in 1941. Population: 39,320 (2009 Census results);[1]43,894 (1999 Census results).[1]

Location[edit]

Zyryanovsk is located in the Rudnyi Altai, on the banks of the Berezovka River, a left tributary of the Bukhtarma. An 183-km railroad connects Zyrianovsk with Ust-Kamenogorsk. Also through Zyryanovsk there passes a highways Ust-KamenogorskRakhmanovskie Kluchi and Ust-KamenogorskBolshenarymskoe.

Industry[edit]

Zyrianovsk owed its establishment to the exploitation of a complex-ore deposit, discovered in 1791 by a local inhabitant, G. G. Zyrianov. Zyrianovsk has a lead combinat (division "Kazzinc"). The combine is educated from two mines (Maleevsky and Grekhovsky), concentrating factory, non-productive departments.

Education[edit]

In the city the center of the East Kazakhstan state technical university, and also medical college, agrarian and technical college, humanitarian college, construction and transport college, industrial college functions. There are 8 schools, 3 kindergartens, 3 public libraries, Palace of culture, equipment and sports, the Equipments-House.

Notable residents[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "Население Республики Казахстан" (in Russian). Департамент социальной и демографической статистики. Retrieved 8 December 2013. 

Coordinates: 49°44′N 84°16′E / 49.733°N 84.267°E / 49.733; 84.267