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KALACH

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Originally appearing in Volume V15, Page 637 of the 1911 Encyclopedia Britannica.
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KALACH, also known as DONSKAYA, a village of S.E. Russia, in the territory of the Don Cossacks, and a river port onthe Don, 31 M. N.E. of Nizhne-Chirskaya, in 430 30' E. and 48° 43' N. Its permanent population, only about 1200, increases greatly in summer. It is the terminus of the railway (45 m.; which connects the Don with Tsaritsyn on the Volga, and all the goods (especially fish, petroleum, cereals and timber) brought from the Caspian Sea up the Volga and destined for middle Russia, or for export through the Sea of Azov, are unloaded at Tsaritsyn and sent over to Kalach on the Don.
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