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at the Pedagogical Institute of Ufa and the University of Moscow, where he studied with the historian of medieval (Middle Age) England, Evgenii Kosminskii. Bryer, Anthony. "PKFHSPKFHS news people obituary-alexander-kazhdan-1254232.html Obituary: Alexander Kazhdan." ''The Independent''. 5 June 1997. Retrieved August 28, 2010. A post-war Soviet initiative to revive Russian-language Byzantine studies led


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date June 2012 In 1937 the city opened the Interdom - a school for children of foreign Communists, including high learn. In Ivanov began way legendary squadron (then - Regiment) "Normandie-Niemen". By agreement between the Soviet government and patriotic organization "Fighting France" in late 1942, the Soviet Union came a group of French pilots. Basis for the formation of the new airport began on the northern outskirts of the city. Pilots provided decent housing, provide 14 Yak-1. In 1943, the French had fought side by side with their Soviet comrades in arms. After the war, along with the textile industry in Ivanovo engineering and other industries developed. Глебов Ю. Ф., Лешуков Т. Н. Иваново. Путеводитель. — Ярославль: Верх.-Волж. кн. изд-во, 1981. — 256 с. — 50 000 экз. — ISBN , ББК 26.89 (2Р344—2) In the 1960s, the city became the center of the Upper-Economic Council. The 1980s saw the accelerated pace of housing construction. Since the beginning of the 21st century there has been the decline in production in Ivanovo. In the first decade of the century, a large number of enterprises were closed. The weaving factories BIM, BAT melange Plant and other enterprises of the textile industry ceased to exist. Administrative and municipal status Ivanovo is the administrative center of the oblast Law #145-OZ and, within the framework of administrative divisions (subdivisions of Russia#Administrative divisions), it also serves as the administrative center of Ivanovsky District (Ivanovsky District, Ivanovo Oblast), even though it is not a part of it. Law #145-OZ stipulates that the borders of the administrative districts are identical to the borders of the municipal districts. The Law #40-OZ, which describes the borders and the composition of Ivanovsky District, does not list the city of Ivanovo as a part of that district. As an administrative division, it is incorporated separately as the '''City (City of federal subject significance) of Ivanovo'''—an administrative unit with the status equal to that of the districts (administrative divisions of Ivanovo Oblast). As a municipal division (subdivisions of Russia#Municipal divisions), the City of Ivanovo is incorporated as '''Ivanovo Urban Okrug'''. Law #124-OZ Economy Ivanovo has traditionally been called the textile capital of Russia. Since most textile workers are women, it has also been known as the "city of brides". Probably the most famous of the city's female natives was the postmodern French writer Nathalie Sarraute. Every Ivanovo textile factories was closed in 2000s. Территория мифических кластеров Transportation Public transport is represented by trolleybuses, buses and taxis. Trolleybus system was opened November 5, 1962. The first line ran from the area Bagaeva (now Victory Square (Victory Square (Ivanovo))) to plant GZIP. Tram was put 6 November 1934 and existed until June 1, 2008. According to Ivanov, the former Mayor Alexander Fomin: "Over the past 20 years the number of vehicles in the city has increased by more than 10 times, while traffic is 5-7 times higher than that for which they were designed. System of urban bus service in Ivanovo-Voznesensk launched November 8, 1926. Bus park was originally located on the street Paris Commune. In the early 1960s built a new bus depot on Prospekt Tekstilchshiki. In the Soviet period, operation of buses and coaches exercised Ivanovskoe passenger motor company (MTE) № 1, and taxi station (Ivanovo MTE-2). Ivanovo MTE-1 closed in December 2007. It is home to Ivanovo Severny, which is one of the largest military airlift bases in Russia. Civilian air services are provided at the Ivanovo Yuzhny Airport. Since 1896, there is a railway connection between Ivanovo and Moscow. Train Station in Ivanovo Wikipedia:Ivanovo commons:category:Ivanovo


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support of youth and children’s social organizations) and grant support means. Nowadays the Department of internal affairs of the Ivanovo region is responsible for the development of the youth policy of the region. Development There are almost 98 thousand young people in Ivanovo, i.e. each fourth citizen. It is one of the Russian students' centers, with 8 public and 5 private institutes of higher education, offering educational facilities both for Russian and foreign students. The city


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others. Annually the city holds the “Students’ spring” festival of students’ creativity. It’s the most popular event in cultural life of Ivanovo students, with the participation of all universities and institutes. Since 1997 the interregional festival of students “Maslenitsa” (“Pancake week”) is held. Yearly about 20 students’ teams from 6-8 regions take part in it. Being concerned of the youth creativeness, the city government supports the development of facilities of students’ cultural, sporting


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, freedom of press, and free elections. All strikes were mercilessly suppressed by Cheka using arrests and executions. ''Black Book'', pages 86-87. birth_date birth_place Ivanovo, Imperial Russia death_date November 21 or December 3, 1882 Early life in Russia Nechayev was born in Ivanovo, then a small textile town, to poor parents — his father was a waiter and sign painter. His mother died when he was eight. His father remarried


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others. Annually the city holds the “Students’ spring” festival of students’ creativity. It’s the most popular event in cultural life of Ivanovo students, with the participation of all universities and institutes. Since 1997 the interregional festival of students “Maslenitsa” (“Pancake week”) is held. Yearly about 20 students’ teams from 6-8 regions take part in it. Being concerned of the youth creativeness, the city government supports the development of facilities of students’ cultural, sporting


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is the third largest one in the country after Moscow and the Moscow region, in terms of number of students per 10 000 citizens. There are 18 military-patriotic clubs with about 550 young participants, 170 people are in charge of local history activities. More than 20 per cent of young citizens take part in the youth organizations’ activities, like “IMCA – Ivanovo”, Russian Youth Union, the “Novy Rubezh”, Ivanovo city pupils’ Duma, the “Shkolny Activ Goroda” (City school activists) and many


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support of youth and children’s social organizations) and grant support means. Nowadays the Department of internal affairs of the Ivanovo region is responsible for the development of the youth policy of the region. Development There are almost 98 thousand young people in Ivanovo, i.e. each fourth citizen. It is one of the Russian students' centers, with 8 public and 5 private institutes of higher education, offering educational facilities both for Russian and foreign students. The city

of Russia. July 4, 2012 European Youth Forum has published a list of finalists for the title "European Capital of Youth 2015." The city of Ivanovo is one of the finalists of the city. Young people of faith in victory, and makes everything possible for her. File:Ivanovo_ISUCT.jpg Ivanovo State University of Chemistry and Technology File:IvanovoTram2007-07-28a.jpg Tram service in Ivanovo was cancelled in June 2008 File:Ivanovo pam Frunze.jpg Mikhail Frunze


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University (ISPU). Attractions thumb Industrial and art museum (File:Музей промышленности и искусства в Иваново.jpg) There are several objects of cultural heritage in Ivanovo. Among them are the buildings of the constructivism (Constructivist architecture) style, Ivanovo constructivism like the Ship-house (1930), architect D. F. Fridman; the Horseshoe-house (1934), architect A. I

. Panov; the Regional Bank building (1927), architect V. A. Vesnin; the Palace of Arts (1939), architect A. V. Vlasov; the Collective-house (1931), architect I. A. Golosov; the Ivanovo railway station (1934); Oblsovnarhoz-houses (1935), N. I. Kadnikov; and others. thumb Ship-house (File:Ivanovo Dom-korabl.JPG) Many monuments are devoted to the revolutionary past of the city, such as the "Red Talka" memorial or numerous monuments to revolutionaries. The historical center of the city

250px thumb right Svyato-Vvedensky Monastery (File:Ivanovo Vvedensky mon.JPG) 250px thumb right Ship-house (''Dom-korabl'' 1930) (File:Ivanovo Dom-korabl.JPG) There is not much in particular to see in Ivanovo, and frankly, you could get a good idea of the city by just passing through on the bus to Kostroma. But the main street in the city center with restaurants and cafes is Lenina avenue. *

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