Yubileyny, Moscow Oblast
Jubileiny (Russian Юбилейный ) is a city in Russia in the Moscow Oblast. It is located six kilometers northeast of Moscow on the river Klyazma, in the immediate vicinity of Korolev and has 33 237 inhabitants (as of October 14, 2010 ).
Jubileiny is a very young city. Until 1989 the village was a closed settlement, out under the name Bolshevo -1. 1992 Jubileiny got city rights. In 2004 there was a referendum on a possible merger with the neighboring town of Korolev, but the majority opted for another independence of their city.
Church of St. Seraphim of Sarov in Jubileiny
Economy and culture
The city owns clothing industry and building materials companies. Jubileiny is quartering of troops, and a center of military and space research.
In Jubileiny there are folk theater and an art school.
In the southeast of the city built an airstrip in the development of the space shuttle Buran. She was initially designed exclusively for the Buran program. After the setting of the airport is used internationally; mostly for the supplying of commercial satellites.