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History of city Zlatoust, Chelyabinsk Oblast in photos

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Geography: Zlatoust is a city in Chelyabinsk Oblast, located on the Ay River (in the Kama basin), 160 kilometers (99 mi) west of Chelyabinsk.

Date of foundation: 1754. Town status - 1865.

History: Zlatoust was founded in 1754 due to construction of the ironworks. In the early 19th century, Pavel Anosov made the first Russian bulat steel blades in Zlatoust. The town is also known for the first cannons made of Russian steel.

Population: 169 057

Zlatoust. Blast furnace
Blast furnace
Zlatoust. Blast furnace.Platform on Plant
Blast furnace.Platform on Plant
Zlatoust. Cafe 'Cheryomushki'
Cafe 'Cheryomushki', little street Parkovaya, 3b
Zlatoust. Panorama of the city
Panorama of the city
Zlatoust. Panorama of the platform on Plant
Panorama of the platform on Plant
Zlatoust. Street 50 October
Street 50 October
Zlatoust. View the city from the East
View the city from the East
Zlatoust. View the city from the East
View the city from the East
Zlatoust. View the city from the South-West
View the city from the South-West
Zlatoust. Excavation in the mountain Kosotur
Excavation in the mountain Kosotur near Station Zlatoust
Zlatoust. Excavation in the mountain Kosotur
Excavation in the mountain Kosotur near Station Zlatoust
Zlatoust. Excavation in the mountain Kosotur
Excavation in the mountain Kosotur near Station Zlatoust
Zlatoust. Platform for unloading on plant
Platform for unloading on plant
Zlatoust. Platform on plant. Trolleys with ore
Platform on plant. Trolleys with ore for blast furnace Ermolov
Zlatoust. Railway the settlement
Railway the settlement near Zlatoust
Zlatoust. Railway Station
Railway Station

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