CorelDraw Map Novokuznezk Russia

Novokuznetsk is a city located in southwestern Siberia, Russia. General socio-economic description of the city.


  1. Heavy Industry: Novokuznetsk has a well-established heavy industry, with a focus on metallurgy and coal mining. It’s a significant center for the production of steel and coal in Russia.
  2. Coal Mining: The city’s economy is closely tied to coal mining, and it has several coal mines and associated industries.
  3. Metallurgical Industry: The city has a strong metallurgical sector, including steel production, which contributes significantly to the local economy.
  4. Mechanical Engineering: Novokuznetsk also has some mechanical engineering and machinery production facilities.
  5. Energy Production: The city produces a substantial amount of electricity due to its energy-generating facilities, which are powered by coal.


  1. Population: As of my last update, Novokuznetsk had a population of over half a million people. The population is diverse, with a mix of ethnicities, although Russians make up the majority.
  2. Education: Novokuznetsk has a developed educational system, including universities, technical colleges, and research institutions. The city is home to several educational and research centers.
  3. Culture: The city has a cultural scene with theaters, museums, and other artistic outlets. Local traditions and cultural events are also celebrated.
  4. Healthcare: There are healthcare facilities, hospitals, and clinics in the city to serve the population.
  5. Housing: Novokuznetsk has various types of housing, from apartments to single-family homes. The availability and affordability of housing can vary.


  1. Environmental Concerns: The heavy industry in Novokuznetsk has raised environmental concerns due to pollution from coal mining and metallurgical processes.
  2. Economic Dependency: The city’s economy is heavily reliant on the coal and steel industries, which can make it vulnerable to economic downturns in these sectors.
  3. Social Issues: Like many industrial cities, Novokuznetsk may face social issues related to labor conditions, income inequality, and access to healthcare and education.
  4. Infrastructure: The maintenance and development of infrastructure, including transportation and public services, can be an ongoing challenge.
Author: Kirill Shrayber, Ph.D.

I have been working with vector cartography for over 25 years, including GPS, GIS, Adobe Illustrator and other professional cartographic software.

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