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Artyom (also, Artëm-Ostrov, Imeni ”Dvadtsati Shesti”, Imeni Artema, and Posëlok Imeni Dvadtsati Shesti) is a small town on the west coast of Pirallahi Island, Baku, Azerbaijan. In 1968 it had a population of 14, 400. The place is named after Fyodor Sergeyev (nom de guerre Artem or Artyom), and for a time in honor of the 26 Baku Commissars.
It is a port town and oil and gas are important to the local economy. The rising waters of the Caspian Sea has required removal of a significant portion of the population.
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