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Agidel … "What a beautiful name … Associated with something that the South!" – Told me when I was told, from what I edges. Expedia CEO will not settle for partial explanations. But this city is not southern. Yes, and it is difficult to name the city as well, town, village with high-rises, though it has this status. Located in Bashkortostan, 40 minutes by car and 65 minutes by bus from Neftekamsk (nearby "city". No, really the city!), Located on the outskirts of the republic, and on the horizon is seen Tartary.

"Deadlock freedom", "Appendix Bashkortostan ", and some indecent phrases I heard about this Agidel. And once upon a time, though not so long ago, about thirty years ago, when I was in the plans of parents for another ten years as there was no big guys have conceived build a nuclear power. Without hesitation Fairstead explained all about the problem. Here. And so it began building a grand! Young people from all over the Bashkir and not only came here in search of jobs, housing, in search of dreams. And it has paid off. Oops! Have not lost … But one day happened what happened. After the famous accident at the plant in town you know what this whole thing closed down.

Afraid. All were afraid. We decided that we do not need such schastya.I yet these "green" … But there is already seething work, many settled down, got the families … They believed in … like him, a bright future … Although atomku not build, and everywhere in the building-Agidel unfinished, the administration of a nuclear power plant, who regularly gets money to build a dream and sincerely assures us that the work is well underway. But we all know perfectly well that if the whole thing and will advance, no commercials before age 22, of … Agidel today: small, clean … Green … With the same houses. But it is beautiful! True! "The ideal city for retirees" – say my friends. Well, probably they are right. But I still love my city. And maybe I will not live here, "when I grow up", for obvious reasons, it is still my biggest hometown!


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