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Sayanogorsk is a Russian city, the administrative center of the city district in the Republic of Khakassia. It is the third largest city in the region in regards of its area and population, which makes 48 740 people (as of 2015).

The city is located on the left bank of River Yenisei, 80 km to the south of Abakan, 45 km to the east of the railway station Kamysht on the railway line Novokuznetsk Abakan.

In the territory of the city district you will find the Gladenkaya Ski Resort, Zharki Fitness Center, and the Metallurgist sanatorium dispensary. The city has two tourist shops, namely Sportlandiya in the city's largest shopping mall Amyl and Supersport, a small shop in the 8th residential district.

The major industrial enterprises of the city are the Sayan Aluminum Plant and the Khakass Aluminum Plant, which produce primary aluminum and alloys on its basis.



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Sayanogorsk
  (Republic of Khakassia)

Cities of the region

    Abakan
    Chernogorsk
    Abaza
    Ust-Abakan
    Sorsk
    Bely Yar


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