Map Kirov Vyatka Kirovochepezk Russia for Printing

Some general information about Kirov (formerly Vyatka) and Kirovo-Chepetsk in Russia, including their economic and transport connections.

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Kirov (formerly Vyatka):

Economic Overview: Kirov is the administrative center of Kirov Oblast and serves as an important industrial and cultural hub in the region. The city has a diversified economy with a focus on industries such as machine building, metalworking, chemical production, and timber processing. The presence of the Kirov Plant, which produces a variety of machinery and equipment, significantly contributes to the city’s economic development.

Transport Connections:

  1. Railway: Kirov is well-connected by rail, and the Kirov-Passazhirsky railway station is a major transportation hub. It provides rail connections to various cities across Russia.
  2. Roads: The city has a developed road network, with major highways connecting it to other cities and regions. The M7 highway, for example, connects Kirov to Moscow.
  3. Air Transport: Kirov has Pobedilovo Airport, which provides domestic flights to Moscow and other Russian cities. However, the airport’s capacity may be limited compared to larger international airports.


Economic Overview: Kirovo-Chepetsk is a city in Kirov Oblast, situated on the Vyatka River. It is known for its chemical industry, and one of the major enterprises in the city is the Kirovo-Chepetsk Chemical Plant. The plant produces various chemical products, contributing significantly to the local economy.

Transport Connections:

  1. Railway: The city is connected by rail, with railway infrastructure facilitating the transportation of goods and passengers.
  2. Roads: Kirovo-Chepetsk is accessible by road, and the road network connects it to neighboring areas. Road transport plays a crucial role in facilitating trade and transportation of goods.
  3. River Transport: The Vyatka River, on which Kirovo-Chepetsk is located, historically served as an important waterway for transport. However, the extent of its current use for transportation would depend on various factors.
Author: Kirill Shrayber, Ph.D.

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