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Udomlya is a Russian town in the Tver Region. The town is located in the Vyshnevolotsky lowland, on the banks of lakes Pesvo and Udomlya that are connected with a distributary. It stands 225 km to the northwest of Tver. It has a railway station.

Udomlya takes the area of 11 sq km and has the population of 29 405 people (as of 2014).

History of Udomlya

It was recorded in 1478 as the district of the archbishop of Novgorod, later the Udomlya country churchyard by the lake Udomlya. The settlement of Udomlya was founded at the Troitsa Station of the Vindavo-Rybinsky railroad in 1904.

In the early 20th century it became a considerable center of trading in wood products. Udomlya became an urban township in 1961. Construction of the Kalinin Atomic Power Station was started in 1974. It has been a town since September 1981.

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