What is Simferopol known for?

strong defensive

(who were probably buried at the local mausoleum). The town ruled over a small kingdom, covering the lands between the lower Dnieper river and Crimea. In the 3rd and 2nd centuries BC, it was a city "with a mixed Scythian-Greek population, strong defensive walls and large public buildings constructed using the orders of Greek architecture". ''North Pontic Archaeology'', ed. by Gocha R. Tsetskhladze. Brill Academic Publishers, 2001. ISBN 90-04-12041-6. Page 167. Neapolis was destroyed halfway through the 3rd century AD by the Goths. * WikiPedia:Simferopol Commons:Category:Simferopol

paintings drawings

Museum of Arts alt url http: email address 35 Dolgorukovskaya st. lat 44.95722 long 34.09127 directions phone +380 652 662630 tollfree fax hours Tu-Su 10:00 - 17:00 price 20 uah (10 uah students) content It consists of two exhibitions: first is an exhibition of local art (paintings, drawings, sculptures, some photos from the museum of Aachen), second one is on the different subjects which changes every month. Do There is always

natural world

. Petersburg , and to and from Simferopol, in the interior of the peninsula. The floral and geographical diversity of the Crimean peninsula, and the starker geographical transitions between the capital and his home, did much to awaken an interest in the relationship between climate and the natural world. In 1867, he transferred to the University of Heidelberg and defended his doctorate dissertation on the effects of temperature on plant growth at the University of Leipzig in 1870. TNA


, Simferopol (access to the Simferopol International Airport) * H06 - Simferopol, Bakhchisaray, Sevastopol * H19 - Yalta, Sevastopol * P16 * P23 - Simferopol, Feodosia * P25 - Simferopol, Yevpatoria * P23 - Simferopol, Feodosia * P25 - Simferopol, Yevpatoria * P27 - Sevastopol, Inkerman (completely within the city of Sevastopol) Sport Crimea is a prominent figure in Ukrainian sports, especially the most popular: Association football. The most successful Crimean football club is Tavriya Simferopol in the Ukrainian Premier League possessing one championship title. In the Ukrainian First League Crimea is represented by a few other clubs such as FC Krymteplitsia Molodizhne (from Simferopol suburbs) and PFC Sevastopol. Among other football clubs there is FC Tytan Armyansk. *35px link European route E101 (File:Tabliczka E101.svg) - WikiPedia:Simferopol Commons:Category:Simferopol

published poem

was a chess prodigy and holds the record for both the youngest International Master, eleven years and eleven months, and grandmaster in history, at the age of twelve years and seven months. In September 2011 he had an Elo rating of 2772, making him Russia's second best chess player, and the fifth in the world. DATE OF BIRTH January 12, 1990 PLACE OF BIRTH Simferopol, Ukrainian SSR, USSR DATE OF DEATH Goldfaden's first published poem was called "

efforts made

osteoplastic method for amputation of the foot, known as the "Pirogov amputation". He was also the first to use anethesis in the field, particularly during the siege of Sevastopol, and he introduced a system of triage into five categories. He encouraged female volunteers as an organised corps of nurses, the Khrestovozvizhenska community of nurses established by Grand Duchess Yelena Pavlovna, echoing the efforts made by Florence Nightingale for the British. DATE

local version

with the names of the roads, and you can easily take a minivan there. Minivan No. 62, 10 and 74 can take you to the newly built shopping place called "Foxmart". Debit and credit cards are accepted in most shops in the city, but not accepted in rural area and markets. There are a lot of ATM. Eat The number one must eat food in Simferopol is the ''Plov''. It's a local version of the Indian Biryani or the Spanish Paella. This rice dish is oily, so those with a heart problem may want to abstain from it. One plate of plov cost 7 UAH, approx €1 at the Central Market. Number two must eat food is meat on skewer, cooked over charcoal. It's called ''Shashlik'' by the locals. Goes very well with raw onion with vinegar and with ''Lepeoshka'' ( round bread). Number three on the list is ''Lagman''. A local version of Noodle soup. In fourth place is the local's favourite ''Borsh''. It's a vegetable soup, generally ate with bread. ''Solenka'', is also a local soup that is worth trying. Drink Crimean wine, best to buy in supermarkets or in a company outlet shops. Also drink Ukrainian vodka - ''horilka''. "Hortitsa" brand of horilka is recommended. Sleep WikiPedia:Simferopol Commons:Category:Simferopol

location close

url http: phone +380 652 608482, 517647 fax email hours price single 1050 rubles, double 1600 rubles content Pros: good location close to Central bus station, cafe available on the 8th floor. However, not so much friendly staff, rooms are not tide and looks old. Soviet style building. *

hours price $29 night content 30+ apartments in the Central area from budget to luxury. WiFi. Free pickup at the airport. For short and long term. * WikiPedia:Simferopol Commons:Category:Simferopol

ancient people

) is the Russian word for "mosque". History Early history thumb left The city in 1856. (File:Карло Боссоли. Симферополь.jpg) Archaeological evidence in the Chokurcha cave shows the presence of ancient people living in the territory of modern Simferopol. The Scythian Neapolis, known by its Greek (Greek language) name, is also located in the city, which is the remnants of an ancient capital of the Crimean Scythians who lived on the territory from the 3rd century BC to the 4th century AD. WikiPedia:Simferopol Commons:Category:Simferopol

prominent medical

Tavricheskiy National University Crimea State Medical University named after S. I. Georgievsky, also located in Simferopol, is one of the most prominent medical schools of Ukraine. The Crimean Medical University is situated on the plot, where in 1855 a nursery garden was planted by the founder of the Nikita Botanical Gardens Ch.Ch.Steven (1781–1863). In 1863-66 a school for girls was built here and in 1931 a medical institute was opened. On the same plot P.Krzhizhanovsky built a three-storey hostel for medical students after the design in 1934. The building with clear geometric masses was completed in 1938. Sports Simferopol is home to the football club Tavriya Simferopol, who were the first champion in the history of the Ukraine Premier League, and also won the Ukrainian Cup in 2010. After the 2014 Crimean Conflict, the club ceased its existence and applied for a Russian license, and with the new name FC TSK Simferopol. Famous people WikiPedia:Simferopol Commons:Category:Simferopol


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Archaeological evidence in Simferopol indicates the existence of an ancient Scythian city, collectively known as the Scythian Neapolis. The location was also home to a Crimean Tatar (Crimean Tatars) town, Aqmescit. After the annexation of the Crimean Khanate to the Russian Empire, the city's name was changed to its present Simferopol.

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