Taganrog

What is Taganrog known for?


education development

of 1970s-1990s one can recall the first official programs of film and media education, published by Ministry of Education, increasing interest of Ph.D. to media education, experimental theoretic and practical work on media education by O.Baranov (Tver), S.Penzin (Voronezh), G.Polichko, U.Rabinovich (Kurgan), Y.Usov (Moscow), Aleksandr Fyodorov (Aleksandr Viktorovich Fyodorov) (Taganrog), A.Sharikov (Moscow) and others. The important events in media education development in Russia


roles played

. His first actor's experience was onstage of Taganrog Theatre under name of ''Ivan Nevedomov'' in 1886. The first movie roles played by Perestiani were ''Grif starogo bortsa'' aka ''Griffon of an Old Warrior'' and ''Zhizn za zhizn '' aka ''A Life for a Life'' in 1916. During Russian Civil War, he wrote scenario for several short films. DATE OF BIRTH 1870 PLACE OF BIRTH Taganrog, Russian Empire DATE OF DEATH 1959 '''Alferaki Palace''' is a museum


educational development

educational development in the 21st century, media literacy has good prospects in Russia. By 1825, Elizabeth Alexeievna's health was frail; she suffered from a lung condition and a nervous indisposition. The doctors recommended her to take a rest in a temperate climate and suggested the southern city of Taganrog, by the sea of Azov. With no comfortable Palace, the Imperial Couple were established in a modest house in Taganrog by 5 October. They were happy together living in intimate simplicity. On 17 November 1825 Alexander returned to Taganrog from visiting Crimea with a cold, which developed into typhus, from which he died that December in the arms of his wife. Elizabeth was stricken by her loss, writing ‘I do not understand myself, I do not understand my destiny." And later " What am I to do with my will, which was entirely subjected to him, with my life, which I loved to devote to him?" Troyat, ''Alexander of Russia'', p. 292 The now-Dowager-Tsarina was too frail to come back to St. Petersburg for the funeral. When Elizabeth Alexeievna finally started her returning journey to the capital, she felt so sick that had to stop at Belev, Tula Province, on the road from Taganrog to St. Petersburg just a few hours before she was to meet her mother-in-law (Maria Feodorovna (Sophie Dorothea of Württemberg)), who was coming south to greet her. In the early hours of 16 May 1826, towards four-thirty in the morning, when her lady's maid went to check on the Empress, she found her dead in bed. Elizabeth Alexeievna had died of heart failure. Ministry of Regional Development of Russia has prepared a program to create eight “Super Cities”, i.e. agglomerated centers with the multimillion population. The project applies to Rostov Oblast as well. “The Greater Rostov” metropolitan area will include the cities of Rostov-on-Don, Novocherkassk, Taganrog, Aksay (Aksay, Rostov Oblast), Bataysk and Azov. * Mariupol, Ukraine * Taganrog, Russia * Yeysk, Russia Early life Voloshin was born in Kiev in 1877. ''Keeping Aloof or Joining In the Fray.'' Sergei Sossinsky. '''Moscow News''' (Russia). HISTORY; No. 41. October 27, 1999. He spent his early childhood in Sebastopol and Taganrog. "Волошин. М.А. Путник по вселенным" Reportedly, "his schooling included a few years at the Polivanov establishment and a school in the Crimea, where in 1893 his mother had bought a cheap plot of land at Koktebel." After secondary school, Voloshin entered Moscow University during "a time of the resurgence of the radical student movement in Russia." Voloshin reportedly actively participated in it, "which resulted in his expulsion from the University in 1899." Background The history of the ''Captain'' can be traced back to the Crimean War and the experiences of British captain Cowper Phipps Coles in 1855. Coles and a group of British sailors constructed a raft with guns protected by a turret and used the small boat, named the ''Lady Nancy'' (Siege of Taganrog), to shell the Russian town of Taganrog in the Black Sea. The ''Lady Nancy'' "proved a great success", Wikipedia:Taganrog commons:Таганрог


great battle

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created taking

are the registration of the new specialization (since 2002) for the pedagogical universities – ‘Media Education’ (№ 03.13.30), and the launch of a new academic journal ‘Media Education’ (since January 2005), partly sponsored by the ICOS UNESCO ‘Information for All’. Additionally, the Internet sites of Russian Association for Film and Media Education (English and Russian versions) were created. Taking into account the fact that UNESCO defines media education as the priority field of the cultural


school number

;ref name brit - Taganrog Таганрог Rostov Oblast - Born in Belozerka, in the Kherson Governorate of the Ukraine, Sergei Bondarchuk spent his childhood in the cities of Yeysk and Taganrog, graduating from the Taganrog School Number 4 in 1938. His first performance as an actor was onstage of the Taganrog Theatre in 1937. He continued studies in the Rostov-on-Don theater school (1938–1942). After his studies, he was conscripted into the Red Army against Nazi Germany and was discharged in 1946. The history of media education in Russia goes back to the 1920s. The first attempts to instruct in media education (on the press and film materials, with the vigorous emphasis on the communist ideology) appeared in the 1920s but were stopped by Joseph Stalin’s repressions. The end of the 1950s - the beginning of the 1960s was the time of the revival of media education in secondary schools, universities, after-school children centers (Moscow, Saint Petersburg, Voronezh, Samara (Samara, Russia), Kurgan, Tver, Rostov on Don, Taganrog, Novosibirsk, Ekaterinburg, etc.), the revival of media education seminars and conferences for the teachers. During the time when the intensive rethinking of media education approaches was on the upgrade in the Western hemisphere, in Russia of the 1970s–1980s media education was still developing within the aesthetic concept. Among the important achievements of 1970s-1990s one can recall the first official programs of film and media education, published by Ministry of Education, increasing interest of Ph.D. to media education, experimental theoretic and practical work on media education by O.Baranov (Tver), S.Penzin (Voronezh), G.Polichko, U.Rabinovich (Kurgan), Y.Usov (Moscow), Aleksandr Fyodorov (Aleksandr Viktorovich Fyodorov) (Taganrog), A.Sharikov (Moscow) and others. The important events in media education development in Russia are the registration of the new specialization (since 2002) for the pedagogical universities – ‘Media Education’ (№ 03.13.30), and the launch of a new academic journal ‘Media Education’ (since January 2005), partly sponsored by the ICOS UNESCO ‘Information for All’. Additionally, the Internet sites of Russian Association for Film and Media Education (English and Russian versions) were created. Taking into account the fact that UNESCO defines media education as the priority field of the cultural educational development in the 21st century, media literacy has good prospects in Russia. By 1825, Elizabeth Alexeievna's health was frail; she suffered from a lung condition and a nervous indisposition. The doctors recommended her to take a rest in a temperate climate and suggested the southern city of Taganrog, by the sea of Azov. With no comfortable Palace, the Imperial Couple were established in a modest house in Taganrog by 5 October. They were happy together living in intimate simplicity. On 17 November 1825 Alexander returned to Taganrog from visiting Crimea with a cold, which developed into typhus, from which he died that December in the arms of his wife. Elizabeth was stricken by her loss, writing ‘I do not understand myself, I do not understand my destiny." And later " What am I to do with my will, which was entirely subjected to him, with my life, which I loved to devote to him?" Troyat, ''Alexander of Russia'', p. 292 The now-Dowager-Tsarina was too frail to come back to St. Petersburg for the funeral. When Elizabeth Alexeievna finally started her returning journey to the capital, she felt so sick that had to stop at Belev, Tula Province, on the road from Taganrog to St. Petersburg just a few hours before she was to meet her mother-in-law (Maria Feodorovna (Sophie Dorothea of Württemberg)), who was coming south to greet her. In the early hours of 16 May 1826, towards four-thirty in the morning, when her lady's maid went to check on the Empress, she found her dead in bed. Elizabeth Alexeievna had died of heart failure. Ministry of Regional Development of Russia has prepared a program to create eight “Super Cities”, i.e. agglomerated centers with the multimillion population. The project applies to Rostov Oblast as well. “The Greater Rostov” metropolitan area will include the cities of Rostov-on-Don, Novocherkassk, Taganrog, Aksay (Aksay, Rostov Oblast), Bataysk and Azov. * Mariupol, Ukraine * Taganrog, Russia * Yeysk, Russia Early life Voloshin was born in Kiev in 1877. ''Keeping Aloof or Joining In the Fray.'' Sergei Sossinsky. '''Moscow News''' (Russia). HISTORY; No. 41. October 27, 1999. He spent his early childhood in Sebastopol and Taganrog. "Волошин. М.А. Путник по вселенным" Reportedly, "his schooling included a few years at the Polivanov establishment and a school in the Crimea, where in 1893 his mother had bought a cheap plot of land at Koktebel." After secondary school, Voloshin entered Moscow University during "a time of the resurgence of the radical student movement in Russia." Voloshin reportedly actively participated in it, "which resulted in his expulsion from the University in 1899." Background The history of the ''Captain'' can be traced back to the Crimean War and the experiences of British captain Cowper Phipps Coles in 1855. Coles and a group of British sailors constructed a raft with guns protected by a turret and used the small boat, named the ''Lady Nancy'' (Siege of Taganrog), to shell the Russian town of Taganrog in the Black Sea. The ''Lady Nancy'' "proved a great success", Wikipedia:Taganrog commons:Таганрог


good home

Alphéraky . He was born in Kharkov (present-day Ukraine). He spent all of his childhood in the city of Taganrog in the magnificent palace on Catholic Street (currently "Alferaki Palace" on Frunze Street). Achilles received good home education and easily entered the historical and philological faculty at the Moscow University, where he also studied music theory. Music was his favorite pastime, but he could not dedicate all of his time for it. The family business made him return to Taganrog, where he settled in the end of 1870. Count '''Matvei Ivanovich Platov''' (Pribilyanskoe August 6, 1757 - Epanchitskoe (near Taganrog) January 3, 1818) was a Russian general who commanded the Don Cossacks in the Napoleonic wars and founded Novocherkassk as the new capital of the Don Host Province. In Rome, Antokolski completed the statue of Peter the Great (Peter I of Russia) for Peterhof Palace in 1872, with its copies for Taganrog and Archangelsk. In 1878 Antokolski exhibited most of his works at the Paris Universal exposition (World's Fair#Universal expositions), and received the Grand Prize. In 1880, the personal exhibition of the artist was held in Saint Petersburg, and he was given the rank of professor. Mark Antokolski left for Paris the same year, and stayed in the French capital until the end of his life, apart periods on the Lake Maggiore, in northern Italy. He realised here the following works: "Spinoza" (:Image:MAntokolosky Spinoza.JPG) (1881), "Mephistopheles" (:Image:MAntokolsky Mefisto.JPG)(1884), "Yaroslav the Wise"(1889), "Nestor the Chronicler" (:Image:MAntokolsky Nestor.JPG)(1889) and "Yermak Timofeevich" (1891). '''Konstantin Apollonovich Savitsky''' ( Wikipedia:Taganrog commons:Таганрог


home education

Alphéraky . He was born in Kharkov (present-day Ukraine). He spent all of his childhood in the city of Taganrog in the magnificent palace on Catholic Street (currently "Alferaki Palace" on Frunze Street). Achilles received good home education and easily entered the historical and philological faculty at the Moscow University, where he also studied music theory. Music was his favorite pastime, but he could not dedicate all of his time for it. The family business


architectural development

around 35 miles on route M23 to Taganrog. Get around thumb left 250px Taganrog trams (File:Taganrog trams.jpg) * Taganrog's main and most popular public transport is tramway. It has a network of 9 lines. thumb right 250px The network of the Taganrog City Tram (File:TaganrogTramSystem.png) See There are eight museums in the city: Alferaki Palace, Taganrog Museum of Art, Birth house of Anton Chekhov memorial museum, Taganrog City Architectural Development Museum, Ivan Vasilenko


industry production

and Hyundai Porter pickup truck. Taganrog is also home to the aircraft design bureau Beriev. The area around Taganrog has a large industrial potential, a diversified agricultural industry, production plants and a modern infrastructure. The location of Taganrog on the intersection of traffic routes and the seaport facilitate access to the emerging CIS (Commonwealth of Independent States) markets. Taganrog's main trading partners are the CIS (Commonwealth of Independent States) countries, South Korea, Turkey, Italy, Greece, and Egypt. Military An airbase is located Wikipedia:Taganrog commons:Таганрог

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