Tula Oblast

What is Tula Oblast known for?


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complications (deputy to the Federation Council of Russia 1993-95, governor of Tula Oblast 1997-05, member of the Communist Party of the Russian Federation since 2007) * Aleksandr Tizyakov, amnesty of the Russian State Duma of 1994 (member of the Communist Party of the Russian Federation, founder of series of enterprises such as "Antal" (machinebuilding), "Severnaya kazna" (insurance company), "Vidikon" (production of electric arc furnace), "Fidelity

" (production of fast moving consumer goods)) birth_date birth_place Tula (Tula, Russia), Tula Oblast, Russian SFSR occupation Medical Doctor Polyakov was born in Tula (Tula, Russia), Tula Oblast, Russian SFSR on April 27, 1942. Born Valeri Ivanovich Korshunov, Polyakov legally changed his name after being adopted by his stepfather in 1957. He was educated at the Tula Secondary School No. 4, from which he graduated


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to improve the province's state of affairs, he proposed to establish the Governorate (guberniya) agricultural society. Muravyov was the first governor to propose Tsar Nicholas I (Nicholas I of Russia) to abolish serfdom (Russian serfdom); a motion signed by nine local land-owners. While the tsar did nothing about the petition, from then on he always referred to Muravyov as a "liberal" and a "democrat". '''Uzlovaya''' ( wikipedia:Tula Oblast


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at customs—many irreplaceable antique samovars have been smuggled or carelessly allowed out of the country over the past century. Stay safe Go next wikipedia:Tula Oblast


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Russian . Get in Trains from Moscow's Kursky Station take 3 hours to arrive in Tula. Get around See Itineraries Do Eat The Tula region is famous for its pryaniki (PRYA-nee-kee)—honey gingerbread cookies best eaten with tea. Drink Tula is the historic capital of Russia's production of samovars and these can make excellent, if expensive, souvenirs. Be sure to have good documentation of any samovar purchases because they may face strict scrutiny


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on Russian stamp.jpg thumb 170px Leonid Kvasnikov on Russian stamp '''Leonid Romanovich Kvasnikov''' (2 June 1905 – 15 October 1993) Graduated with honors from the Moscow Institute of Chemical Machine-Building in 1934 and worked as an engineer in a chemical plant for several years in the Tula (Tula Oblast) region. Continued postgraduate engineering studies and joined the KGB in 1938 as a specialist in scientific-technical intelligence. Beginning in 1939 he was the section head


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stands the federal city of Moscow, which is a separate federal subject in its own right. The oblast is highly industrialized, with its main industrial branches being metallurgy, oil refining, and mechanical engineering, food, energy, and chemical industries. Parts of the then bulky Moscow Oblast were gradually transferred to other divisions. In particular, 26 districts became part of Kalinin Oblast in January 1935, and another 77 districts were separated in September


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on Russian stamp.jpg thumb 170px Leonid Kvasnikov on Russian stamp '''Leonid Romanovich Kvasnikov''' (2 June 1905 – 15 October 1993) Graduated with honors from the Moscow Institute of Chemical Machine-Building in 1934 and worked as an engineer in a chemical plant for several years in the Tula (Tula Oblast) region. Continued postgraduate engineering studies and joined the KGB in 1938 as a specialist in scientific-technical intelligence. Beginning in 1939 he was the section head of scientific and technical intelligence. Kvasnikov served a few short-term assignments in Germany and Poland and rising swiftly to become deputy chief and then chief of the KGB scientific intelligence section. '''Pavel Aleksandrovich Gerasimov''' ( wikipedia:Tula Oblast


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is buried and where he wrote ''Anna Karenina'' and ''War and Peace'' Other destinations * '''Kulikovo Field''' — one of the top three battlefield sites in Russia, Kulikovo Field is the site of the largest battle (1380) between Muscovy and the Golden Horde, which resulted in a Russian victory that became the turning point in Russian independence from the Tatars and the beginning of the unification of Russia under Moscow. Essentially, the history of the modern Russian state begins


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an "ancient settlement" located at the place where the small Tulitsa River flows into the Upa River. In those long-ago times, its inhabitants may also have defended their settlements against raids by Tatars and nomadic tribes, but history is silent on this matter. The first mention of Tula is found in Nikon's chronicle in reference to the campaign of Prince Svyatoslav Olgovich of Chernigov. The chronicle notes that in 1146, the prince, who was heading for Ryazan


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of the reasons why Talkov was never popular with the Soviet government; even as a performer renowned and loved throughout the whole Soviet Union, he lived in a small two-room apartment with his wife and son, even composing his masterful lyrics and music "on top of the washing machine in the bathroom", according to the rumours. Curiously enough, he was not satisfied with Perestroika, claiming it to be nothing but the same regime under a different guise. In his post-Perestroika

Tula Oblast

'''Tula Oblast''' ( The current governor of the oblast is Vladimir Gruzdev.

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