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Lysva

Лысьва
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Lysva
Lysva (Perm Krai)
Coordinates: 58°06′01″N57°48′15″E / 58.10028°N 57.80417°E / 58.10028; 57.80417 Coordinates: 58°06′01″N57°48′15″E / 58.10028°N 57.80417°E / 58.10028; 57.80417
Country Russia
Federal subject Perm Krai [1]
Founded1785
Elevation
180 m (590 ft)
Population
  Total65,918
  Estimate 
(2018) [3]
61,752 (−6.3%)
  Rank 238th in 2010
  Subordinated to town of krai significance of Lysva [1]
   Capital oftown of krai significance of Lysva [1]
  Urban okrugLysvensky Urban Okrug [4]
   Capital ofLysvensky Urban Okrug [4]
Time zone UTC+5 (MSK+2   OOjs UI icon edit-ltr-progressive.svg [5] )
Postal code(s) [6]
618900–618909 OOjs UI icon edit-ltr-progressive.svg
OKTMO ID57726000001
Website www.molgp.ru

Lysva (Russian : Лысьва) is a town in Perm Krai, Russia, located in the eastern part of the krai on the river Lysva, 86 kilometers (53 mi) from Perm. Population: 65,918(2010 Census); [2] 71,148(2002 Census); [7] 76,614(1989 Census). [8]

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History

It was founded in 1785 as a place of residence for industrial workers.[ citation needed ] In 1926, it was granted town status.[ citation needed ]

Administrative and municipal status

Within the framework of administrative divisions, it is, together with fifty-nine rural localities, incorporated as the town of krai significance of Lysva—an administrative unit with the status equal to that of the districts. [1] As a municipal division, the town of krai significance of Lysva is incorporated as Lysvensky Urban Okrug. [4]

Economy

The town's major industries are machine building and metalworking. Products manufactured by the town's workers include sheet iron, oil extraction equipment, and electric motors.

Transportation

There are non-electrified railway lines running through town to connect Lysva with Kalino station on the Gornozavodsk railway line.

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