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Komsomolsky is an industrial township in the Chamzinsky District of the Republic of Mordovia.

It stands on the river Nuya (the basin of Sura), two kilometers away from the railway station of Nuya on the railway Ruzaevka Kazan.

The population of Komsomolsky makes 13 093 people (as of 2014).

The highway Moscow Ulyanovsk and the railroad line Kazan Gorky run through the township.

History of Komsomolsky

Following the plan of restoration and development of the national economy the Council of Ministers of the USSR decided on February 2, 1948 to construct a new cement works in the territory of Mordovia. A small settlement for workers was built on the site in 1952.

The first kindergarten was constructed there in 1950, the first school was opened in 1952, and the first hospital was founded in 1953.

About 500 Komsomol members, who were students of the Mordovian Teachers College, came there to help build the factory. The settlement was named Komsomolsky after the Komsomol members who volunteered for the building works.

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