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, and her father is managing director of a firm. She originally studied mathematics and economics in Kazan before switching to acting. She later continued her acting studies at Moscow State University and the Russian Academy of Theatre Arts and became a successful stage actress. DATE OF BIRTH October 1, 1975 PLACE OF BIRTH Kazan, Tatar ASSR, Soviet Union DATE OF DEATH Zvezda 2005 Perm '''6 – 0 ''' Venue: Central Stadium


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49.12368 directions phone +7 843 238-91-44 tollfree fax hours price Pizza and pasta range from 200 to 350 rubles (2013) content Another pizzeria in the city center. This one is more like Il Patio (i.e., it serves pizza and allegedly Italian pasta), but easily distinguishable by large-scale images of Italian mafioso studding the walls. Following unanimously positive customer reviews, this is the place to go. They also have free wireless connection. *


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, a group indicator: Nogay (Nogais), Tat (Tats), Kazan, Kipchak (Kipchak people), Laz (Laz people), Kazakh (Kazakhs). They are used as a modifier of the general ethnonym, for instance, Nogay Tarari. Informants have the most clear perception of the Nogay as a separate group of a distinct type of people (prominent cheekbones and inure Mongolian (Mongols)), dialect ("truer Tatar"), livelihood (horse-breeding), and even character. In fact, the most differentiated group are the Tats, the informants know who they are and they themselves identify as such. Their distinction is based on their dialect. Informants claim that there are Kazan Tatars in Bulgaria, they are "fatter". They have only heard about Kipchaks. Laz (Laz people) Tatars reportedly speak a language similar to Turkish. The Kazakhs are perceived as a "tribe" related to the "Don Kazakhs" (Cossacks), which, however. is Muslim. The more prosaic version is that "Kazakh" is a "nickname": "We call a "Kazakh" someone who is headstrong, stubborn". '''Evgeny Lvovich Shvarts''' ( commons:Category:Kazan wikipedia:Kazan


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are the Tats, the informants know who they are and they themselves identify as such. Their distinction is based on their dialect. Informants claim that there are Kazan Tatars in Bulgaria, they are "fatter". They have only heard about Kipchaks. Laz (Laz people) Tatars reportedly speak a language similar to Turkish. The Kazakhs are perceived as a "tribe" related to the "Don Kazakhs" (Cossacks), which, however. is Muslim. The more prosaic version is that "Kazakh" is a "nickname": "We call a "Kazakh" someone who is headstrong, stubborn". '''Evgeny Lvovich Shvarts''' ( commons:Category:Kazan wikipedia:Kazan


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as he saw the possibility of using it to strengthen Manghit rule. Dynamics thumb The ''Temple of All Religions (File:Kazan church edit1.jpg)'' in Kazan, combining various forms of religious architecture Several mechanisms are responsible for gradual changes in the religious structure of Russia. 1839-1840 - Russian Caucasus, Astrakhan, Kazan and Siberia Biography Leonid Filatov was born on 24 December 1946, in Kazan

located in Kazan, Russia. The capacity of the arena is 10,000 and was opened in 2005. The arena is home to Ak Bars Kazan of the Kontinental Hockey League. See also thumb right 250px The ''Temple of All Religions (File:Kazan church edit1.jpg)'' in Kazan, Russia, combining various forms of religious architecture *Place of worship - 008 008 '''Kazan''' Казань Republic of Tatarstan 1,105,289 1,143,546 commons:Category:Kazan wikipedia:Kazan


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: gokazan.com Kazan ''' (Russian (Russian phrasebook): Каза́нь ''kuh-ZAHN’'') is the capital of Russia's republic of Tatarstan and the center of the world Tatar culture. thumb 250 px Kul-Sharif Mosque (File:Кул шариф 4.jpg) Understand With a population of about 1.3 million (2011 census), rich history, deep culture and strong economic influence, Kazan holds the title of ''"The Third Capital of Russia"'' (after Moscow and Saint Petersburg), taking


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of Russia. The "Kazan phenomenon" of street gangs even became a journalistic and sociological concept. However, since the late '90s, situation change fundamentally. Kazan has become host city for a lot of large international events. As a result there was a modernization of police, so crime rate decreased significantly. For example, during WORLD SUMMER UNIVERSIADE in 2013, a lot of citizens and guests shared their impressions, that they felt safe like never before, even walking in the city centre in the night. Connect Internet cafes and restaurants with WiFi are found throughout the city. Probably the most useful internet cafe for travelers is a small one across from the train station. From the main station building, cross through the park and cross the main street. It is at the corner to one's left, but hidden behind a newspaper stand and some kiosks. The post office in Kremlyovskaya St. has seven computers with internet access, for around 36 rub. hour. Pay in advance at the register. Your unspent minutes will be refunded. Tattelecom on the corner of Baumana and Pushkina, opposite the Koljco mall, has computers with ok Internet for 48 r per hour. Up Pushkina there are a few cafes and restaurants with free unprotected wifi. Also, outside of the Subway restaurant further up on Pushkina there is free unprotected wifi. Mcdonalds also has free wifi (on Baumana and by the train station). Consulates * commons:Category:Kazan wikipedia:Kazan


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, French, Spanish, German, Turkish, and Chinese. Bauman Street. The pedestrian zone that stretches between the Kremlin and Tokai Square and the Hotel Tatarstan. This is Kazan's Arbat, with boutiques, souvenir shops and kiosks, cafes, bars, and plenty of opportunities for people-watching. The statuary (such as a bronze carriage) is especially interesting. Events *International opera festival named after Fedor Shalyapin - annually in February. *Russian festival of Folklore "Karavon

Kazan

'''Kazan''' ( ) is the capital (capital city) and largest city (types of inhabited localities in Russia) of the Republic of Tatarstan, Russia. With a population of 1,143,535, it is the eighth most populous (list of cities and towns in Russia by population) city in Russia. Kazan lies at the confluence of the Volga (Volga River) and Kazanka Rivers in European Russia.

The Kazan Kremlin is a World Heritage Site. In 2005, the Medal "In Commemoration of the 1000th Anniversary of Kazan" was established by Russia to denote this landmark event. The multi-ethnic city is honored by UNESCO UNESCO Cities for Peace Prize and famous for Muslims and Christians living side-by-side in peace.

In April 2009, the Russian Patent Office granted Kazan the right to brand itself as the "Third Capital" of Russia. The city hosted the 2013 Summer Universiade, 2014 World Fencing Championships and will host the 2015 World Aquatics Championships, and 2018 FIFA World Cup.

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