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Russia, Elektrostal
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"" (), known as "" () until 1938, is a city in the Moscow Oblast, Russia. The city is located 58 kilometres east of Moscow and has a population of 146,294 (2002 Census). This population has progressively increased in time—135,000 (1977); 123,000 (1970); 97,000 (1959); 43,000 (1939). Town status was granted in 1938

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Elektrostal is a center of metallurgy and building of heavy machinery. Main companies include:
*Elektrostal metallurgical factory
*Elektrostal chemical-mechanical factory
*Elektrostal Heavy Machine Building Plant, JSC are a designer and manufacturer of equipment for producing seamless hot-rolled, cold-rolled and welded steel materials and metallurgical equipment.
*Machine Building Plant (), also known as , Russia"s largest producer of fuel rod assemblies for nuclear power plants, which are exported to many countries in Europe.
*Powerline Ekibastuz-Kokshetau connects Elektrostal to the GRES-2 Power Station in Ekibastuz. The power-line was designed for 1150 kV but currently only operates at 400 kV over the section Kokshetau—Elektrostal.

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The 9th radio centre of Moscow in Elektrostal is home to a high power medium wave transmitter.

The first S-400 Triumf surface-to-air missile defence system was deployed at Elektrostal, becoming fully operational from 1 July 2007.

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Elektrostal is linked by suburban electric train to Moskow"s Kursky Rail Terminal with a travel time of 1 hour and 20 minutes. Long distance buses link Elektrostal to Noginsk, Moscow and other nearby towns. Local public transport includes buses and trolleybuses.

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the city ice hockey team Kristall Elektrostal were founded in 1949 and play in the Russian Major League

eople from Elektrosta

* Yevgeni Malkov - Footballer
* Anastasia Pozdniakova - olympic diver
* Vitali Proshkin - ice hockey player

* Nikolay Vtorov - Russian Industrialist lived near the city and founded many factories there
* Ivan Sergeyevich Kuznetsov was city architect
* Vyacheslav Zudov, Cosmonaut, grew up in Elektrostal

nternational relation

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Elektrostal is twinned with:
* Pernik, Bulgaria.
* Polotsk, Belarus.

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