[noh-vuh-koo z-netsk; Russian nuh-vuh-koo-znyetsk] /ˌnoʊ və kʊzˈnɛtsk; Russian nə və kuˈznyɛtsk/

a city in the S Russian Federation in central Asia: an industrial center is located here because of coal deposits of the Kuznetsk Basin.
/Russian nɔvəkuzˈnjɛtsk/
a city in S central Russia: iron and steel works. Pop: 542 000 (2005 est) Former name (1932–61) Stalinsk


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