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Klintsy

Klintsy

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Description of Klintsy

Klintsy is located in the Bryansk region of Russia. KAZ truck cranes thT are produced here are one of the best truck cranes in Russia. The population of the city is 62 832 people. (2017), with suburbs - 70,164 people. (2017) (the second most populated city of the Bryansk region). The city is the trade and economic center of the south-west of the Bryansk region.

Klintsy is located on the Moskovka River (Turosne Kartavoy), a tributary of the Turoshny River in the Dnieper basin, 172 kilometers west of Bryansk, 5 km from the M13 highway Bryansk - Novozybkov - border of the Republic of Belarus. The city is located the eponymous railway station of the Moscow Railway (on the line Bryansk - Gomel).

 

 

 

Travell Destinations in Klintsy

FOK "Solnechny" or "Sunny"
"Fountain of lovers",
Monument to the founders of the city of Klintsy,
The building of the former Town Hall (end of the XVIII century),
The building of the former factory DS Cherkassky (Cherkasov), later a male gymnasium, later the City Duma (XIX century),
The building of the former female gymnasium (beginning of the 20th century),
The building of the former gymnasium (the beginning of the XX century),
The building of the former school named after Korolenko (the beginning of the 20th century, now it has a military registration and enlistment office),
Temple of the Transfiguration of the Savior (early XIX century),
The house of the manufacturer Baryshnikov (end of the XIX century),
House manufacturer Sapozhkov (early XX century.),
Merchant assembly building (beginning of the 20th century),
Shopping malls (“Moscow” grocery store) (beginning of the 20th century),
The building of the former church of the Nikolo-Pustynsky monastery (the beginning of the 20th century),
Schmeleng House (XIX century),
Old trade rows (beginning of the 20th century),
The building of the Almshouse (beginning of the 19th century),
The building of the House of Soviets, designed by architect A.Z. Greenberg (1927 - early 1930s),
Church of St. Nicholas (chapel of the Ascension Church), beginning. Twentieth century
Peter and Paul Church, designed by architect K. A. Ton (1848),
Former Treasury building (XIX century),
Kaidanov House (XIX century),
House of Notary Chikilevsky (the beginning of the XX century),
Country house "Vyunki" manufacturer Sapozhkova (beginning of XX century.) With a park (end of XIX century.)
The building of the pre-revolutionary Jewish school (the end of the XIX century, now in it the House of Children's Art).

 

 

 


 

Transportation

 

 

Hotels, motels and where to sleep

 

 

Restaurant, taverns and where to eat

 

 

Cultural (and not so cultural) events

 

 

Interesting information and useful tips