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Sosnovy Bor

This city of over 60,000 people is one of the youngest by Russian historical standards. It was first settled in 1958 but officially became a city in 1973. Located 80 kilometers (50 miles) from St. Petersburg, it was once a closed city to foreigners because of the Northwestern Center of Nuclear Power.

We hope this list will continue to grow as more communities become represented on the World Wide Web so please be sure to let us know if you are aware of any other sites.


  • Official Site of Sosnovy Bor, Russia *

    Pictures of the area, along with information on local business and economics, history, administration, science, education, sports info, and more make up this site. (In Russian only.)

  • Welcome to Sosnovy Bor *

    Photos, information and more.


  • [English] [Russian TRANS | KOI8 | ALT | WIN | MAC | ISO5]

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