Dimitrovgrad

Dimitrovgrad

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????????), formerly Melekess (????????) until 1972, is a town in the Ulyanovsk region, Russia. Dmitrovgrad has a number of inhabitants of 122,580 (2010 census),[3] the second biggest town in the Ulyanovsk region, after Ulyanovsk[6]. Dimitrovgrad is supplied with long-distance heat by one of the institute's eight nuclear power plants. Dimitrovgrad's industries also include a car parts producer (Dimitrovgrad Automobile Parts Plants,[8]carburetors, petrol pumps), a rug factory (Kovrotex) and a producer of chemicals processors ("Dimitrovgradkhimmash" and "Zenith Khimmash").

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Act No. 043-ZO of 13 July 2004 on municipal formations of the Ulyanovsk oblast, modified by Act No. 225-ZO of 29 December 2014 on the amendment of the Act of the Ulyanovsk oblast "On municipal formations of the Ulyanovsk oblast" and the Act of the Ulyanovsk oblast "On the administrative and territorial structure of the Ulyanovsk oblast".

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