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                  Місто Білогірськ
                  Місто Білогірськ
                  Title: City Bilohirs'k Status: The administrative center Bilohirs'k area. Location: Located on the river Biiuk-Karasu, 42 km east of the capital of Crimea in Simferopol. Population: 19 thousand inhabitants Area: 5.42 square meters. km. Waterways: River Biiuk-Karasu Founded: 13 c. Historical background: The first mention of the city belongs to the 13 century. In the late medieval period Bilohirs'k (Karasubazar) was a major transit point for trade routes, leading into Gezlev (now - Evpatoria) and Kef (now - Feodosia). During the Crimean Khanate city was the center of a noble family possessions Shirin. Several times (1624, 1628, 1630, 1675), the city was subjected to ruin Zaporozhye Cossacks. In 1736, after the burning of what was then the capital of Crimea Bakhchisarai Russian troops headed by Minikh Karasubazar became the residence of Khan Fetikh II Girei, but a year later the town was burned by the army of General Douglas. Up until the deportation of Crimean Tatars 18 May 1944 Karasubazar was one of three (along with Bakhchysarai and Alushta) Crimean cities dominated Crimean Tatar population. Main attractions: the ruins of a caravanserai Tash-Khan, rock Ak-Kaia.