Sister cities of Stupino, Stupinsky District, Moscow Oblast
Stupino (Russian: Сту́пино) is a town and the administrative center of Stupinsky District of Moscow Oblast, Russia, located on the Oka River 100 kilometers (62 mi) south of Moscow. Population: 66,816 (2010 Census); 63,124 (2002 Census); 74,476 (1989 Census).
The town was founded in 1939 as a closed city. Its chief landmark is the Belopesotsky Monastery, containing structures from the 17th century and later. During the Cold War, the main industry in Stupino was arms production, and it was home of Stupino Airfield. Since 1995 it has the largest branch factory of Mars Incorporated in Russia.
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