Shlisselburg

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крепость.Камера Морозова.jpg thumb upright Morozov's cell at Shlisselburg. Between 1882–1905 Morozov was imprisoned in Peter and Paul fortress and in Shlisselburg for his political activities. At that period he wrote political verse and began intense studies in physics, chemistry, astronomy and history. After being released in 1906, he started to teach chemistry and astronomy at the university of Petrograd. In 1907 he was elected into the Duma, but as a former


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Catherine I (Catherine I of Russia) on the throne, Eudoxia was secretly moved to Shlisselburg fortress near St Petersburg. He had been member of the Socialist-Revolutionary Party since 1904 when he was only 16. His fellow party members included the famous Maria Spiridonova, Yuriy Podbelskiy, and several others. Taking example from his party protégés, he joined them in their terrorist activities, actions that included assassinations, robberies, and other sorts of Confiscation


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from Lake Ladoga. It flows through the city Saint Petersburg, three smaller towns of Shlisselburg, Kirovsk (Kirovsk, Leningrad Oblast) and Otradnoye (Otradnoye, Kirovsky District, Leningrad Oblast), and dozens of settlements. The river is navigable throughout and is part of the Volga–Baltic Waterway and White Sea – Baltic Canal. It is a site of numerous major historical events, including the Battle of the Neva in 1240 which gave Alexander Nevsky his name


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from Lake Ladoga. It flows through the city Saint Petersburg, three smaller towns of Shlisselburg, Kirovsk (Kirovsk, Leningrad Oblast) and Otradnoye (Otradnoye, Kirovsky District, Leningrad Oblast), and dozens of settlements. The river is navigable throughout and is part of the Volga–Baltic Waterway and White Sea – Baltic Canal. It is a site of numerous major historical events, including the Battle of the Neva in 1240 which gave Alexander Nevsky his name


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a museum of political prisoners of the Russian Empire and a small collection of World War II artillery. Town The town on the mainland opposite the island fortress was founded in 1702 by Peter the Great. In the course of Peter's administrative reform (administrative divisions of Russia in 1708–1710), Shlisselburg was included into Ingermanland Governorate (known since 1710 as Saint Petersburg Governorate St. Petersburg Governorate


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prisoner he was not allowed to take the office. He became a member of many associations for science, including the Russian Aero-club. For the publication of his book ''Songs of the Stars'' in 1910, he became imprisoned for another year. birth_place Aldi, Chechnya death_place Shlisselburg, Russian Empire placeofburial DATE OF DEATH 1794 PLACE OF DEATH Shlisselburg, Russian Empire Imperial Russia The Imperial Russian Baltic Fleet was created during the Great Northern War at the initiative of Peter the Great, who ordered the first ships for the Baltic Fleet to be constructed at Lodeynoye Pole in 1702 and 1703. The first commander was a Dutch admiral, Cornelius Cruys, who in 1723 was succeeded by Count Fyodor Apraksin. In 1703, the main base of the fleet was established in Kronshtadt. One of the fleet's first actions was the taking of Shlisselburg. In 1701 Peter the Great established a special school, the School of Mathematics and Navigation (Russian: Школа математических и навигацких наук), situated in the Sukharev Tower in Moscow. As St. Petersburg was built it was moved to St. Petersburg and in 1752 its was renamed the Naval Cadet Corps. Today it is the St. Petersburg Naval Institute - Peter the Great Naval Corps. thumb left The first vessel the leader Standart (frigate) 24-gun three-masted frigate Standart (File:Shtandart 001.jpg), modern replica *In botany, a '''nutlet''' is a pyrena or pyrene, which is a seed covered by a stony layer, such as the kernel of a drupe. *'''Nutlet''' or "Little Nut" is the translation of ''Oreshek'', a name of the fortress in Shlisselburg, Russia. When the French Revolution started, Catherine changed her attitude towards the likes of Novikov. His printing-house was confiscated. Three years later, without a formal trial, he was incarcerated in the Shlisselburg Fortress for 15 years. Much of his printed material was pulped, including 1,000 copies of Edward Young's ''The Last Day'' (1713). Emperor Paul set Novikov free, but the latter was too scared and broken-hearted to resume his journalistic activities. However, before the attempt was ready, on March 1, 1887 all the revolutionaries were arrested by the police. After a short trial, on May 8 Ulyanov and his comrades Pakhomiy Andreyushkin, Vasili Generalov, Vasili Osipanov and Petr Shevyrev were sentenced to death and hanged at Shlisselburg. Most of the Polish accomplices (including Lukaszewicz, but also the future marshal of Poland Józef Piłsudski and Tytus Paszkowski) were also sentenced to death, but their sentence was later exchanged to that of katorga, or forced resettlement to a prison camp. According to trial records, Łukasiewicz appealed for the tsar's mercy. For castrating 9 peasants Shilov was exiled to Riga but continued preaching of his heresy. In 1789 for castrating 12 soldiers in Riga, Shilov was beaten by batons and imprisoned to the Dunamond fortress, in 1797 he was transferred to the Shlisselburg Fortress but still advocated castrating to the prison guards as well as stated that Peter III of Russia is alive and is the true tsar of Russia. At the night from January 5 to January 6 O.S. (Old Style) 1799 (by other sources from January 5 to January 6 O.S. (Old Style) 1800 he was executed. The chapel on his grave soon became a popular place for castrating by Skoptzy, so in 1829 it had to be destroyed.


Leningrad

federal_subject Leningrad Oblast federal_subject_ref adm_data_as_of June 2013 adm_district_jur Kirovsky District (Kirovsky District, Leningrad Oblast) adm_district_jur_ref adm_selsoviet_jur Shlisselburgskoye Settlement Municipal Formation adm_selsoviet_type Settlement municipal formation adm_selsoviet_jur_ref adm_ctr_of Shlisselburgskoye Settlement

of inhabited localities in Russia town in Kirovsky District (Kirovsky District, Leningrad Oblast) of Leningrad Oblast, Russia, located at the head of the Neva River on Lake Ladoga, The fortress and the town center are World Heritage Site UNESCO World Heritage


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from Lake Ladoga. It flows through the city Saint Petersburg, three smaller towns of Shlisselburg, Kirovsk (Kirovsk, Leningrad Oblast) and Otradnoye (Otradnoye, Kirovsky District, Leningrad Oblast), and dozens of settlements. The river is navigable throughout and is part of the Volga–Baltic Waterway and White Sea – Baltic Canal. It is a site of numerous major historical events, including the Battle of the Neva in 1240 which gave Alexander Nevsky his name, the founding of Saint Petersburg in 1703, and the Siege of Leningrad by the German army during World War II. Topography and hydrography Neva flows from Lake Ladoga near Shlisselburg, runs on the Neva Lowland and falls into the Gulf of Finland, Baltic Sea. Its length is 74 km and the shortest distance from the source to the mouth is 45 km. The river banks are low and steep, on average about 3–6 meters and 2–3 meters in the mouth. There are three sharp turns: the Ivanov rapids, at Nevsky Forest Park of the Ust-Slavyanka region (the so-called crooked knee) and near the Smolny Institute, below the mouth of the river Ohta (Okhta River (Neva basin)). The average decline of the river is 4.27 meters. At one point the river crosses a moraine ridge and forms the Ivanov rapids. There, at the beginning of the rapids is the narrowest place of the river (210 m). The average flow rate in the rapids is about 0.8–1.1 m s. The average width along the river is 400–600 m. The widest places (1000–1250 m) are in the delta, near the gates of Sea trading port, at the end of the Ivanovo rapids near the confluence of the river Tosna, and near the island Fabrinchny near the source. The average depth is 8–11 m; the maximum of 24 m is reached above the Liteyny Bridge and the minimum (4.0–4.5 m) is in Ivanov rapids. For castrating 9 peasants Shilov was exiled to Riga but continued preaching of his heresy. In 1789 for castrating 12 soldiers in Riga, Shilov was beaten by batons and imprisoned to the Dunamond fortress, in 1797 he was transferred to the Shlisselburg Fortress but still advocated castrating to the prison guards as well as stated that Peter III of Russia is alive and is the true tsar of Russia. At the night from January 5 to January 6 O.S. (Old Style) 1799 (by other sources from January 5 to January 6 O.S. (Old Style) 1800 he was executed. The chapel on his grave soon became a popular place for castrating by Skoptzy, so in 1829 it had to be destroyed.


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from Lake Ladoga. It flows through the city Saint Petersburg, three smaller towns of Shlisselburg, Kirovsk (Kirovsk, Leningrad Oblast) and Otradnoye (Otradnoye, Kirovsky District, Leningrad Oblast), and dozens of settlements. The river is navigable throughout and is part of the Volga–Baltic Waterway and White Sea – Baltic Canal. It is a site of numerous major historical events, including the Battle of the Neva in 1240 which gave Alexander Nevsky his name


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крепость.Камера Морозова.jpg thumb upright Morozov's cell at Shlisselburg. Between 1882–1905 Morozov was imprisoned in Peter and Paul fortress and in Shlisselburg for his political activities. At that period he wrote political verse and began intense studies in physics, chemistry, astronomy and history. After being released in 1906, he started to teach chemistry and astronomy at the university of Petrograd. In 1907 he was elected into the Duma, but as a former prisoner he was not allowed to take the office. He became a member of many associations for science, including the Russian Aero-club. For the publication of his book ''Songs of the Stars'' in 1910, he became imprisoned for another year. birth_place Aldi, Chechnya death_place Shlisselburg, Russian Empire placeofburial DATE OF DEATH 1794 PLACE OF DEATH Shlisselburg, Russian Empire Imperial Russia The Imperial Russian Baltic Fleet was created during the Great Northern War at the initiative of Peter the Great, who ordered the first ships for the Baltic Fleet to be constructed at Lodeynoye Pole in 1702 and 1703. The first commander was a Dutch admiral, Cornelius Cruys, who in 1723 was succeeded by Count Fyodor Apraksin. In 1703, the main base of the fleet was established in Kronshtadt. One of the fleet's first actions was the taking of Shlisselburg. In 1701 Peter the Great established a special school, the School of Mathematics and Navigation (Russian: Школа математических и навигацких наук), situated in the Sukharev Tower in Moscow. As St. Petersburg was built it was moved to St. Petersburg and in 1752 its was renamed the Naval Cadet Corps. Today it is the St. Petersburg Naval Institute - Peter the Great Naval Corps. thumb left The first vessel the leader Standart (frigate) 24-gun three-masted frigate Standart (File:Shtandart 001.jpg), modern replica *In botany, a '''nutlet''' is a pyrena or pyrene, which is a seed covered by a stony layer, such as the kernel of a drupe. *'''Nutlet''' or "Little Nut" is the translation of ''Oreshek'', a name of the fortress in Shlisselburg, Russia. When the French Revolution started, Catherine changed her attitude towards the likes of Novikov. His printing-house was confiscated. Three years later, without a formal trial, he was incarcerated in the Shlisselburg Fortress for 15 years. Much of his printed material was pulped, including 1,000 copies of Edward Young's ''The Last Day'' (1713). Emperor Paul set Novikov free, but the latter was too scared and broken-hearted to resume his journalistic activities. However, before the attempt was ready, on March 1, 1887 all the revolutionaries were arrested by the police. After a short trial, on May 8 Ulyanov and his comrades Pakhomiy Andreyushkin, Vasili Generalov, Vasili Osipanov and Petr Shevyrev were sentenced to death and hanged at Shlisselburg. Most of the Polish accomplices (including Lukaszewicz, but also the future marshal of Poland Józef Piłsudski and Tytus Paszkowski) were also sentenced to death, but their sentence was later exchanged to that of katorga, or forced resettlement to a prison camp. According to trial records, Łukasiewicz appealed for the tsar's mercy. For castrating 9 peasants Shilov was exiled to Riga but continued preaching of his heresy. In 1789 for castrating 12 soldiers in Riga, Shilov was beaten by batons and imprisoned to the Dunamond fortress, in 1797 he was transferred to the Shlisselburg Fortress but still advocated castrating to the prison guards as well as stated that Peter III of Russia is alive and is the true tsar of Russia. At the night from January 5 to January 6 O.S. (Old Style) 1799 (by other sources from January 5 to January 6 O.S. (Old Style) 1800 he was executed. The chapel on his grave soon became a popular place for castrating by Skoptzy, so in 1829 it had to be destroyed.

Shlisselburg

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The fortress and the town center are UNESCO World Heritage Site (World Heritage Site)s.

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