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Tyumen Oblast

Naroda , which originates from the mount; the meaning ''People's Mountain'' (from the Russian ''narod'' — people) is inaccurate), located in the Research Range, is the highest peak of the Urals (Ural Mountains) in Russia. Its elevation is commons:category:Tyumen Oblast wikipedia:Tyumen Oblast


Churchill, Manitoba

but is abandoned. This area was also the site of the Churchill Rocket Research Range, part of Canadian-American atmospheric research. Its first rocket was launched in 1956, and it continued to host launches for research until closing in 1984. The site of the former rocket range now hosts the Churchill Northern Studies Centre, a facility for Arctic research. Churchill still hosts a rocket range and subsequent Spaceport Canada effort; currently located at Fort Churchill (Fort Churchill (rocket launch site)). In the 1950s, the British government considered establishing a site near Churchill for testing their early nuclear weapons, before choosing Australia instead.


Russia

the name refers to river Naroda (:ru:Народа), which originates from the mount; the meaning ''People's Mountain'' (from the Russian ''narod'' — people) is inaccurate), located in the Research Range, is the highest peak of the Urals (Ural Mountains) in Russia. Its elevation is Commons:Category:Russia WikiPedia:Russia Dmoz:Regional Europe Russia


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