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Skhodnya (Russian: Сходня) was formerly a town in Moscow Oblast, Russia, located on the Skhodnya River some 12 km northwest of Moscow. On September 15, 2004, it was merged into the city of Khimki.[1]

Skhodnya's population was recorded at 19,119 inhabitants as of the 2002 Census; down from 20,366 recorded in the 1989 Census. In 1974, the population stood at around 19,000.

Skhodnya was founded in 1874 and granted town status in 1961.


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