also spelled  Mončegorsk 

      town, Murmansk oblast (region), northwestern Russia, on the banks of Lake Imandra. The town developed through the exploitation of local copper and nickel deposits in the 1930s and was incorporated in 1937. Now it is a centre of this industry, and it also has fishery and forestry industries. Pop. (2006 est.) 50,129.

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