Lesosibirsk


Lesosibirsk

Russia
      city, Krasnoyarsk kray (territory), Russia. The city extends for 19 miles (30 km) along the Yenisey River. It is a wood-processing centre and an important Yenisey River port. Lesosibirsk was formed in 1975 from two merged towns—Maklakovo and Novomaklakovo. The city is linked by railroad with Achinsk. Pop. (2006 est.) 64,625.

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