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Railway station Severoural`sk pass
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The name Severouralsk was given to Petropavlovskoe settlement in 1944, after it was united with several miming settlements located nearby. Severoural'ksiy Mine is currently the key business institution of the town and a large supplier of bauxite and lime stone for metallurgy. The town homes the Museum of Natural History. More than a half of the county (raion) territory is occupied be the Federal Nature Preserve (Zapovednik).

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