New Vyselki (Bozunovka) is a village, the center of the village administration in the Zubovo-Polyansky district . Population 784 (2001), mainly Mordva Moksha.
|Subject of the federation||Mordovia|
|Municipal District||Zubovo-Polyansky district|
|History and Geography|
|Timezone||UTC + 3|
|Official language||Mordovian , Russian|
Located 15 km from the district center and the railway station Zubova Polyana. The name is Russian borrowing: settlements - settlement in a new place. In the "List of Populated Places of the Tambov Province" (1866) Novye Vyselki - a state-owned village of 245 households (1,415 people) of Spassky Uyezd ; there was a church, a mill. In the 1930s a collective farm was created to them. Kalinina, since 1996 - SKHPK Novovyselksky. In a modern village - a secondary school, a cultural center, a first-aid post, a bakery, 2 shops, a mill; Monument to soldiers who died during the Great Patriotic War. Natives of New Settlements - Hero of the Soviet Union M. M. Konyashkin , teacher R. Ya. Shiryaykina, participants in hostilities in Chechnya A. A. Babin, N. M. Vitkin (awarded posthumously the Order of the Red Star). The Novovyselk rural administration includes the village. Akim-Sergeevka (428 people), Od Vele (98) and Chapaev (237 people).
- Prokhorov A.A., Petelin G.N. Zubova Polyana. - Saransk, 1998.
- Encyclopedia of Mordovia , O. E. Polyakov.