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Cheremshanka village (East Kazakhstan region)

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Cheremshanka is a village in the East Kazakhstan region of Kazakhstan. The village is famous for its location in the Kazakh Altai, as well as the life of the village attracts adventurers and unforgettable sensations here. Here time stops, rural life flows quietly and peacefully, people are in no hurry and are very good-natured. We invite you to visit this village to plunge into the natural diversity of the region and have a good rest from the hustle and bustle of the city.

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The village of Cheremshanka is located in the East Kazakhstan region, the center of the Cheremshansky rural district, 66 km east of the village of Glubokoe. GPS coordinates: 50°15'26"N 83°01'00"E


The settlement was founded in 1799 by old "Poles" in the Ridder parish of the Zmeinogorsky district. The village is located 41 km west of the city of Ridder (formerly Leninogorsk) and 86 km northeast of the city of Ust-Kamenogorsk. The Cheremshanka River flows through the village, a right tributary of the Ulba River (right tributary of the Irtysh). In 1999, the population of the village was 3,933 (1981 male and 1952 female). According to the 2009 census, the village had a population of 3,300 people (1,629 men and 1,671 women). In the village there is a Cheremshanskaya poultry farm (not functioning), and the Cheremshanka railway station. A branch of the A10 motorway passes through the village.

Cheremshanka village, Kazakh Altai


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