Belgorod Oblast

What is Belgorod Oblast known for?


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against the Ukrainian peasant partisans of Nestor Makhno. The following year, he became a member of the Communist party, and served diligently in junior command positions. Starting in 1926, he spent the next decade alternating service with studies in the elite Frunze Military Academy and the General Staff Academy. The 1937–1938 purge (Great Purge) of Red Army commanders opened the road to promotion – in 1938, he received the rank of Komdiv (Comdiv), and was appointed Chief of Staff of a key Kiev Special Military District (Kiev Military District). Throughout this period, Vatutin combined military service with intensive Party activities. Baturina has a diverse portfolio. She owns hotels in the Black Sea tourist resort of Sochi, over 72,000 hectares of agricultural land in the Belgorod Oblast, and also a factory that produces a million cans of sweetened condensed milk each year. stance fighting_out_of Stary Oskol, Belgorod (Belgorod Oblast), Russia team Red Devil Sport Club 35,820 Rostov (Rostov Oblast), Tambov (Tambov Oblast), and Voronezh Oblasts; eastern parts of Belgorod (Belgorod Oblast), Kursk (Kursk Oblast), Oryol (Oryol Oblast), Ryazan (Ryazan Oblast), and Tula Oblasts; parts of Penza Oblast and Donetsk (Donetsk Oblast), Kharkiv (Kharkiv Oblast), and Luhansk Oblasts of Ukraine - 31,230 Ukraine; parts of Belgorod (Belgorod Oblast), Bryansk (Bryansk Oblast), Kaluga (Kaluga Oblast), Kursk (Kursk Oblast), Oryol (Oryol Oblast), and Tula Oblasts - *'''Rural administration''' ( wikipedia:Belgorod Oblast Commons:Category:Belgorod Oblast


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value5 10 color5 DarkGray label6 Other or undeclared value6 8.5 color6 Silver According to a 2012 official survey 50.5% of the population of Belgorod Oblast adheres to the Russian Orthodox Church, 8% are unaffiliated generic Christians, 1% adheres to other Orthodox Churches. In addition, 22% of the population deems itself to be "spiritual but not religious", 10% is atheist (atheism), and 8.5% follows other religions or did not give an answer to the question. Administrative divisions wikipedia:Belgorod Oblast Commons:Category:Belgorod Oblast


extraordinary scale

, but that in itself might make it more attractive to travelers favoring the less beaten path, and it has a good deal to offer a tourist interested in a more slowly paced, small, provincial capital. The region's biggest attraction, however, is its battlefield legacy as one of the principal stages of the Battle of Kursk, a WWII battle of an extraordinary scale and importance that is one of the principal turning points of the war. Military buffs, relatives of the deceased, and curious travelers


active member

, he graduated from the Alekseevskii vocational technical school. In the mid-to-late 1920s, Kirilenko started working for a mining enterprise (Enterprises in the Soviet Union) located in the Voronezh Oblast. He became an active member of Komsomol in 1929 and, two years later, became a member of the All-Union Communist Party (All-Union Communist Party (Bolsheviks)). In 1936, he graduated from the Rybinsk Aviation Technology Institute. He started working as a design engineer


made significant

for the aircraft factory, Zaporizhia Engine Plant. In 1938, Kirilenko became an active participant in party politics and was eventually selected to the position of Second Secretary of the Voroshilov District Party Committee in Zaporozhye Oblast. The following year, he was voted in as First Secretary. Later that year he was appointed to Second Secretary of the Zaporizhzhya Regional Party Committee of the Ukrainian Soviet Socialist Republic. In this role, Kirilenko made significant contributions to the development of metallurgical (Metallurgical engineering) and electrical engineering, but also other sorts of industry. wikipedia:Belgorod Oblast Commons:Category:Belgorod Oblast


natural population

. As in other regions of the European part of Russia, since the dissolution of the Soviet Union there has been a natural population decrease (about -5 per 1,000 of the population). In recent years, there has been some reversion of this decline as a result of growth of fertility and mortality. Nevertheless, despite the negative trend of growth, the population of the area has remained relatively stable because of immigration. Belgorod, even in Soviet times, attracted retirement workers from


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major educational

, industrial and cultural center of Belgorod Oblast, established in 1954. The major educational centers of the city are Belgorod State University, Technological University, Agricultural Academy, Financial Academy. '''Central Black Earth Region''' or '''Central Chernozem Region''' (Центрально-черноземная область, Центральная черноземная область, Центрально-черноземная полоса) is a segment of the Eurasian chernozem belt that lies within Central Russia and comprises Voronezh Oblast, Lipetsk Oblast, Belgorod Oblast, Tambov Oblast, Oryol Oblast and Kursk Oblast. Between 1928 and 1934, these regions were briefly united into '''Central Chernozem Oblast''', with the centre in Voronezh. Its longitude from north to south is 250 km, from east to west – 190 km. The oblast' borders the Belgorod (Belgorod Oblast) and Voronezh Oblast's of Russia on the north, the Rostov Oblast of Russia on the east, the Rostov Oblast on the south, and the Kharkiv (Kharkiv Oblast) and Donetsk Oblast's on the west. death_date wikipedia:Belgorod Oblast Commons:Category:Belgorod Oblast


parts

Belgorod the regiment flag. From 1708 to 1727, the territory of the modern Belgorod Oblast was part of Kiev (Kiev Governorate) and Azov Governorates. In 1727, Belgorod Governorate was established (administrative divisions of Russia in 1727–1728) from parts of Kiev Governorate. The governorate lasted until 1779. This territory was much greater than that of today, and the governorate incorporated territories of modern Kursk (Kursk Oblast), Oryol (Oryol Oblast), and parts

Oblast , Voronezh Oblast, ::'''Siberia''': Altai Krai, Buryatia (Republic of Buryatia), Chelyabinsk Oblast, Chita Oblast, Irkutsk Oblast, Kemerovo Oblast, Krasnoyarsk Krai, parts of Kurgan Oblast, Novosibirsk Oblast, Omsk Oblast, Sverdlovsk Oblast, Tomsk Oblast, Tuva, Tyumen Oblast, Ulyanovsk Oblast, Yamal-Nenets, birth_date birth_place Alexeyevka (Alexeyevka, Belgorod Oblast), Belgorod

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significant contributions

for the aircraft factory, Zaporizhia Engine Plant. In 1938, Kirilenko became an active participant in party politics and was eventually selected to the position of Second Secretary of the Voroshilov District Party Committee in Zaporozhye Oblast. The following year, he was voted in as First Secretary. Later that year he was appointed to Second Secretary of the Zaporizhzhya Regional Party Committee of the Ukrainian Soviet Socialist Republic. In this role, Kirilenko made significant

contributions to the development of metallurgical (Metallurgical engineering) and electrical engineering, but also other sorts of industry. wikipedia:Belgorod Oblast Commons:Category:Belgorod Oblast

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