Nizhny Novgorod

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influential writings

for reform on January 9, 1905 (known as the "Bloody Sunday" (Bloody Sunday (1905))), which set in motion the Revolution of 1905, seems to have pushed Gorky more decisively toward radical solutions. He now became closely associated with Vladimir Lenin's Bolshevik wing of the party—though it is not clear whether he ever formally joined and his relations with Lenin and the Bolsheviks would always be rocky. His most influential writings in these years were a series of political plays


landscape quot

542 Heather DeHaan. "Nizhnii Novgorod: History in the Landscape" *Photographic community in Nizhny Novgorod "Photo Gorky" * Web


impressive views

Is worth a wander around and contains a church, war monument with eternal flame, a reasonable art museum and impressive views along the Volga River. Also you can take a walk atop (inside) the Kremlin's wall in summer (roughly from May to October), the entrance is by the stairs set a bit off the wall inside the Kremlin near the main entrance via '''Dmitrievskaya tower''', the latter being one of Nizhny Novgorod's symbols. *


important art

, five concert halls, ninety-seven libraries (with branches), seventeen movie theaters (including five movie theaters for children), twenty-five institutions of children optional education, eight museums (sixteen including branches), and seven parks. Nizhny Novgorod art gallery The art gallery in Nizhny Novgorod is a large and important art gallery and museums of human history and culture. Nizhny Novgorod has a great and extraordinary art gallery with more than 12,000 exhibits


open work

Nizhny Novgorod Synagogue (Jewish community of Nizhny Novgorod) was built in 1881-1883; disused during the Soviet era, it was renovated and reopened ca. 1991. Other A singular monument of industrial architecture is a 128-meter-high open-work hyperboloid tower (Shukhov tower on the Oka River) built on the bank of the Oka near Dzerzhinsk (Dzerzhinsk, Russia) as part of a powerline (Electric power transmission) river crossing by the eminent engineer and scientist Vladimir Shukhov


satirical poem

scene. On 14 October Ğabdulla Tuqay presented his new satirical poem ''The Hay Bazaar or New Kisekbaş'', based on classical Old Tatar poem ''Kisekbaş''. In own poem he derided nationalism among Tatars, as well as Wäisi sect's (Wäisi movement) fanatics, associating sect's leader, Ğaynan Wäisev with Diü, an evil spirit from ''Kisekbaş''. In 1992, Yavlinsky served as advisor to Boris Nemtsov who at the time was Governor of the Nizhny Novgorod


production run

Zaloga 1983:6 Due to a shortage of new V-2 diesel engines, the initial production run from the Gorky factory were equipped with the BT tank's Mikulin M-17 gasoline aircraft engine, and inferior transmission (transmission (mechanics)) and clutch. Zheltov 2001:40–42 (#Reference-Zheltov-2001) Only company commanders' tanks could be fitted with radios, which were expensive and in short supply – the rest signalled with flags. The L-11 gun did not live


national songs

an article, comparing Tuqay's, Rämiev's and Majit Ghafuri's poetries was published in Russian-language ''Volzhsko-Kamsky Vestnik''. In August 1908 Kamal founded satirical journal ''Yäşen'' under Tuqay's pressure. The most of published works were written by Tuqay, of course. In August 1908 Kamal and Tuqay visit the Makaryev Fair, placed in Nizhny Novgorod. There Tuqay temporarily joined the first Tatar theatre troupe, ''Säyyar'', singing national songs and declaiming his verses from


strong international

international event, Bondarevsky struggled with just 2.5 7, for a tied 7-8th place; the winner was Reuben Fine; however, he recovered with a solid performance in his first Soviet Chess Championship (URS-ch10, Tbilisi 1937), with 9.5 19 and a shared 10-12th place; the winner was Grigory Levenfish. Bondarevsky qualified from the URS-ch11 semifinal 1938 with 10.5 17, for a shared 3rd-4th place; the winner was Mikhail Botvinnik. Another disappointing performance followed at the very strong

international Leningrad-Moscow event in 1939 with only 5 17 for 17th place; the winner was Salo Flohr. thumb 350px Nizhny Novgorod on the Oka (Image:Nizhny Novgorod Kanavinsky Bridge.JPG) '''Nizhny Novgorod''' (Russian (Russian phrasebook): Ни́жний Но́вгород ''NEEZH-nee NOHV-guh-ruht''), colloquially shortened to ''Nizhny'', is Russia's fifth largest city, ranking after Moscow, Saint Petersburg


major plays

the Russian state from Polish interventionists in the early 17th century"'' editorial footnote in John Freedman, "The Major Plays of Nikolai Erdman", p. 112, Routledge (UK), 1995, ISBN 3-7186-5582-9 A native of Balakhna, Minin was a prosperous butcher (meat trader) in the city of Nizhny

Nizhny Novgorod

'''Nizhny Novgorod''' ( ), after the writer Maxim Gorky who was born there. The city is an important economic, transportation and cultural center of Russia and the vast Volga-Vyatka economic region. It is located about 400 km east of Moscow.

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