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Partizansk is a Russian city in the Primorsky Territory. With the population of 37 778 people (as of 2014), it is the 8th biggest city of the Primorsky Territory. It is part of the Nakhodka agglomeration.

The city stands in the valley of River Partizanka, 40 kilometers to the north of Nakhodka and 95 km to the east of Vladivostok. The city is surrounded with hills, their average height of 250 meters, and some reaching up to 500 meters. Makarovsky and Alekseevsky Ridges with the height of 1334 m are located near the city.

Partizansk has monsoonal climate with warm damp summer and cold low-snow winter. The city is surrounded with deciduous and mixed woods inhabited with Siberian tigers, bears, roes, forest cats, wild boars, minks, and squirrels.

Coal industry ceased to be a city-forming branch in 2004. 70 per cent of the city budget is financed by the state.


Partizansk Cultural Centre is the main cultural institution of the city. The Partizansk City Museum is a branch of the Arsenyev Seaside State Museum. The museum collection totals over 9 thousand exhibits.

The city recreation and entertainment park was opened on August 31, 1952 on the place of an abandoned mine. Red Book yew, magnolia vine, eleuterococcus and many other rare plants can be found there.

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