Khimki

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Khimki (Russian: Химки) is a city in Moscow Oblast, Russia.

Khimki
Химки
Town of Khimki near Moscow - Babakina Street - in February 2010.jpg
Babakina Street in Khimki in February 2010
Flag of Khimki
Official seal of Khimki
Khimki is located in Moscow Oblast
Khimki
Khimki
Khimki is located in European Russia
Khimki
Khimki
Khimki is located in Europe
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Khimki
Coordinates: 55°53′21″N 37°26′42″E / 55.88917°N 37.44500°E / 55.88917; 37.44500Coordinates: 55°53′21″N 37°26′42″E / 55.88917°N 37.44500°E / 55.88917; 37.44500
Country Russia

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Khimki was located as a railway station at the MoscowSt. Petersburg railway northwest of Moscow. The Moskva-Volga Canal was constructed between 1932 and 1937 on which the city of Khimki lies on the west bank of the Moscow Saint Petersburg highway. Khimki was founded in 1939.

Khimki was located at the MoscowSt. Petersburg railway northwest of Moscow. Khimki was incorporated in 1939, grewing from a small nucleus of summer cottages (dachi). It is now an important industrial centre, with engineering, tile, and glass concerns.

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