Krasnodar

What is Krasnodar known for?


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there are 15 gymnasiums (Gymnasium (school)), 5 lyceums, 67 schools of general education and 20 specialized schools, as well as 7 non-state lyceums and schools.articles social 2012 01 05 27596 obrazovanie-ega-shkoly-akzameny-shkolniki-licei-shkoly-krasnodara-gimnazii-shkolnye-olimpiady Рейтинг школ: кто первый? «Югополис», 05.01.2011 The city has numerous institutions of higher education, including some state universities ( Kuban State University


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subsequently became her vocal mentor. Jessica Duchen, " Anna Netrebko: A rare jewel from the East". ''The Independent'', 6 November 2006. Under Gergiev's guidance, Netrebko made her operatic stage debut at the Mariinsky at age 22, as Susanna in ''Le nozze di Figaro (The Marriage of Figaro)''. She went on to sing many prominent roles with the Kirov Opera, including Amina in ''La sonnambula'', Pamina in ''Die Zauberflöte (The Magic Flute)'', Rosina in ''Il Barbiere di Siviglia (The Barber of Seville)'', and Lucia in ''Lucia di Lammermoor''. Grigorovich was born into a family connected with the Imperial Russian Ballet. He graduated from the Leningrad Choreographic School (Imperial Ballet School) in 1946 and danced as a soloist of the Kirov Ballet until 1962. His staging of Sergey Prokofiev's ''The Stone Flower (The Tale of the Stone Flower (Prokofiev))'' (1957) and of ''The Legend of Love (The Legend of Love (ballet))'' (1961) brought him acclaim as a choreographer. In 1964 he moved to the Bolshoi Theatre, where he would work as an artistic director until 1995. His most famous productions at the Bolshoi were ''The Nutcracker'' (1966), ''Spartacus (Spartacus (ballet))'' (1967), and ''Ivan the Terrible (Ivan the Terrible (ballet))'' (1975). He controversially reworked ''Swan Lake'' to produce a happy end for the story in 1984. In 1995, he was accused of having allowed the theatre to plunge into stagnation and after many a squabble was ousted from office. Thereupon he choreographed for various Russian companies before settling in Krasnodar, where he set up his own company. Grigorovich has been heading the juries of numerous international competitions in classical ballet. After the death of his wife, the great ballerina Natalia Bessmertnova, on February 19, 2008, he has been offered the opportunity to return to the Bolshoi (Bolshoi Theatre) again in the capacity of ballet master and choreographer. birth_date


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Krasnodar, Russia occupation Pilot (aviator) '''Gennady Ivanovich Padalka''' ( ) (born June 21, 1958, in Krasnodar, Russia) is a Russian Air Force officer and an RSA cosmonaut. As of June 2010, Gennady ranks sixth for career time in space due to his time on both Mir and the International Space Station. DATE OF BIRTH June 21, 1958 PLACE OF BIRTH Krasnodar, Russia DATE OF DEATH About 40


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–6,000. 12,000 raccoon dogs were caught in the 1930s. In their introduced range, licensed trade of raccoon dogs began in 1948–1950, with restrictions being removed in 1953–1955. After the trade began, the number of catches increased sharply; from 1953–1961, it fluctuated between 30–70,000. In the latter year, about 10,000 were taken from their natural range in the Far East, while 56,000 were taken in their introduced range. Of the 56 thousand, 6,500 came from Belorussia, 5,000 in Ukraine, 4,000 each for Latvia, Lithuania and Krasnodar, 3,700 in Kalinin, 2,700 in Pskov, 2,300 in Astrakhan, while 1–2,000 pelts each were produced in Vologod, Moscow, Leningrad, Novogrod, Smolensk, Yaroslavl, Azerbaijan, Estonia and Dagestan. Less than one thousand pelts were produced in all remaining republics and districts. Successful raccoon dog introductions in Kalinin resulted in animals with denser and softer fur: the length of guard and top hairs increased by 7.96%, that of the underfur by 5.3%. The thickness of the guard and top hairs decreased by 3.41%. The density of the fur increased by 11.3%. They also became darker in colour, with black-brown pelts occurring in 8% of specimens, as opposed to 3% in their homeland. thumb left 275px ''Suprematism (Supremus No. 58)'', Krasnodar (Image:Malevici06.jpg) Museum of Art ( Malevich, 1916) *''Sverdlovsk'' was the name of Yekaterinburg – Yakov Sverdlov *''Yekaterinodar'' was the name of Krasnodar – Catherine the Great (Catherine II of Russia) - AER URSS Adler-Sochi International Airport Sochi, Krasnodar, Russia - In 1898 while attending the Russian Orthodox Seminary in Poltava, Petliura joined the Ukrainian Revolutionary Party (Revolutionary Ukrainian Party) (RUP). When his membership was discovered in 1901, he was expelled from the seminary. In 1902, under threat of arrest, he moved to Yekaterinodar (Krasnodar) in the Kuban where he worked for 2 years initially as a schoolteacher and later in the archives of the Kuban Cossack Host (Kuban Cossacks) where he helped organize over 200 thousand documents. In December 1903, he was arrested for organizing a RUP (Revolutionary Ukrainian Party) branch in Yekaterinodar and for publishing inflammatory anti-tsarist articles in the Ukrainian press outside of Imperial Russia. He was released in March 1904, moving briefly to Kiev and then emigrating to the Western Ukrainian city of Lviv then in the Austro-Hungarian Empire. Cherkess (Adyghe) Autonomous Oblast (Adyghe Autonomous Oblast) was established within the Russian SFSR on July 27, 1922, on the territories of Kuban-Black Sea Oblast, primarily settled by the Adyghe people. At that time, Krasnodar was the administrative center. It was renamed Adyghe (Cherkess) Autonomous Oblast on August 24, 1922, soon after its creation. In the first two years of its existence the autonomous oblast was a part of the Russian SFSR, but on October 17, 1924, it was transferred to the jurisdiction of the newly created North Caucasus Krai within the RSFSR.


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subsequently became her vocal mentor. Jessica Duchen, " Anna Netrebko: A rare jewel from the East". ''The Independent'', 6 November 2006. Under Gergiev's guidance, Netrebko made her operatic stage debut at the Mariinsky at age 22, as Susanna in ''Le nozze di Figaro (The Marriage of Figaro)''. She went on to sing many prominent roles with the Kirov Opera, including Amina in ''La sonnambula'', Pamina in ''Die Zauberflöte (The Magic Flute)'', Rosina in ''Il Barbiere di Siviglia (The Barber of Seville)'', and Lucia in ''Lucia di Lammermoor''. Grigorovich was born into a family connected with the Imperial Russian Ballet. He graduated from the Leningrad Choreographic School (Imperial Ballet School) in 1946 and danced as a soloist of the Kirov Ballet until 1962. His staging of Sergey Prokofiev's ''The Stone Flower (The Tale of the Stone Flower (Prokofiev))'' (1957) and of ''The Legend of Love (The Legend of Love (ballet))'' (1961) brought him acclaim as a choreographer. In 1964 he moved to the Bolshoi Theatre, where he would work as an artistic director until 1995. His most famous productions at the Bolshoi were ''The Nutcracker'' (1966), ''Spartacus (Spartacus (ballet))'' (1967), and ''Ivan the Terrible (Ivan the Terrible (ballet))'' (1975). He controversially reworked ''Swan Lake'' to produce a happy end for the story in 1984. In 1995, he was accused of having allowed the theatre to plunge into stagnation and after many a squabble was ousted from office. Thereupon he choreographed for various Russian companies before settling in Krasnodar, where he set up his own company. Grigorovich has been heading the juries of numerous international competitions in classical ballet. After the death of his wife, the great ballerina Natalia Bessmertnova, on February 19, 2008, he has been offered the opportunity to return to the Bolshoi (Bolshoi Theatre) again in the capacity of ballet master and choreographer. birth_date


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Arts Museum, a park and theater named after Maxim Gorky, the beautiful concert hall of the Krasnodar Philharmonic Society, which is considered to have some of the best acoustics in southern Russia, State Cossack Choir (Music of Krasnodar) and the Krasnodar circus The most interesting place of Krasnodar is Krasnaya Street (which translates as "Red, Beautiful Street"). There are situated many sights of Krasnodar. In the beginning of this street one can see the Central Concert Hall


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. Today "Alfa" is a highly professional unit, which consists of roughly 700 servicemen. The majority of the unit is stationed at Moscow, the rest of the unit is located in three other cities – Krasnodar, Yekaterinburg, and Khabarovsk. All the "Alfa" operatives undergo special airborne and firearms training. Roughly one third of them have special mountain training; another third have special counter-sabotage diving training. The unit utilizes a wide range of modern

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