Kyshtym is a small Ural town in Chelyabinsk region of Russia. It is historical and picturesque place. The town is surrounded by the mountains and numerous lakes and rivers. The history of Kyshtym is related to the history of the first russian metallurgical plants. Kyshtymsky works was set up in 1757 with the purpose to produce cast iron. In the middle of the town there is a large church with the capacity up to 5000 people. This is typical Russian Orthodox church with the onion domes and bell towers. People are very hospitable and friendly.
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