Voronezh

What is Voronezh known for?


light high

''shnyavas'' (''шнява'' — a light two-mast ship used for reconnaissance and messenger services), 5 bombardier ships and 77 auxiliary vessels. The oared fleet consisted of 396 vessels, including 253 galleys and semi-galleys (called ''скампавеи'', or scampavei; a light high-speed galley) and 143 brigantines. The ships were being constructed at 24 shipyards, including the ones in Voronezh, Kazan, Pereyaslavl , Arkhangelsk, Olonets


military award

coming together in the Russian civil war. Encouraged by the Bolshevik theory of class struggle, Yakir, like other members of the Communist party, took part in terror (Red Terror). For his services, he became the second individual to receive the highest Soviet military award of that time the Order of the Red Banner (engraved as No. 2). '''Alexander Vasilyevich Tkachyov''' ( wikipedia:Voronezh commons:Воронеж


space travel

of the communist (w:communist) party or in the military at the time. After his retirement from space travel he continued to work as a designer and engineer for the space programme until 1990, helping to design spacecraft and space stations such as Mir (w:Mir) and Soyuz (w:Soyuz), amongst others. 300px thumb Voronezh, former Meshchanskaya police station (Image:Voronezh, former police.jpg) '''Voronezh''' is a city in Voronezh Oblast


world association

, a venerable member of the canid family is pushing into new frontiers author Ikeda, Hiroshi journal Natural History volume 95 issue 8 pages p40,44 date August 1986 raccoon dogs use their curved claws to climb such trees. Raccoon dog – Nyctereutes procyonoides. WAZA – World Association of Zoos and Aquariums. The history of media education


created taking

– ‘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


production association

administrative districts : Kominternovsky (Kominternovsky City District) (3), Leninsky (Leninsky City District, Voronezh) (4), Levoberezhny (Levoberezhny City District, Voronezh) (6), Sovetsky (Sovetsky City District, Voronezh) (5), Tsentralny (Tsentralny City District, Voronezh) (2), and Zheleznodorozhny (Zheleznodorozhny City District, Voronezh) (1). Economy In the city are such companies as:Voronezh Aircraft Production Association, Sozvezdie (headquarter), Verofarm

. Transportation Air The city is served by the Voronezh International Airport, which is located north of the city and is home to Polet Airlines. Voronezh is also home to the Pridacha Airport, a part of a major aircraft manufacturing facility VASO (''Voronezhskoye Aktsionernoye Samoletostroitelnoye Obshchestvo'', Voronezh aircraft production association) where the Tupolev Tu-144 (known in the West as the "Concordski"), was built and the only operational unit is still stored. Voronezh also hosts the Voronezh Malshevo air force base in the southwest of the city, which, according to a Natural Resources Defense Council report, houses nuclear bombers. Rail Since 1868, there is a railway connection between Voronezh and Moscow. Train Station in Voronezh wikipedia:Voronezh commons:Воронеж


long quot

generated title -- and had an almost spherical radiation pattern, so that the satellite beeps were transmitted with equal power in all directions; making reception of the transmitted signal independent of the satellite's rotation. The whip-like pairs of antennas resembled four long "whiskers" pointing to one side, at equal 35 degrees angles with the longitudinal axis of the satellite. ref name "RSW" >


education experimental

, 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. The second major instrument was the MKF-6M multispectral camera, which carried out Earth-resources observations. An improved form of a camera first tested on Soyuz 22, the camera captured an area of 165×220 kilometres with each image, down to a resolution of 20 metres. Each image was captured simultaneously in six bands in 1200-frame cassettes, which required regular replacement due to the fogging effects of radiation. Salyut 6 also featured a KATE-140 stereoscopic topographic mapping camera with a focal length of 140 milimetres, which captured images of 450×450 kilometres with a resolution of 50 metres in the visible and infrared spectra, which could be operated either remotely or by the resident crews. The photographic capabilities of the station were, therefore, extensive, and the Soviet Ministry of Agriculture had planted a number of specifically selected crops at test sites at Salsky in the Ukraine and Voronezh near Lake Baikal to examine the capabilities of the cameras. In June 1942, he took over from General Erich Höpner (Erich Hoepner) as commander of Fourth Panzer Army (4th Panzer Army). As part of Operation Blue, the German offensive in southern Russia, the army reached the Don River (Don River (Russia)) at Voronezh. Hoth was then ordered to swing south to support the First Panzer Army (1st Panzer Army)'s own crossing of the Don, and the Sixth Army (6th Army (Wehrmacht))'s attempt to capture Stalingrad (Battle of Stalingrad). * wikipedia:Voronezh commons:Воронеж


writing lyrics

, including ''Aleksandra Pavlovna'' (1922), the last to appear in his lifetime. In 1928 he was accused of not telling the truth about his imprisonment by the Whites and was expelled from the Communist Party. He began writing lyrics again in the 1930s and another collection, ''Spiral'', was due to be published when he was arrested on October 26, 1936, and accused of belonging to subversive "Ukrainian nationalist" group. He sentenced to five years in the Gulag. He was incarcerated in prison camps near Vladivostok and Magadan, and the circunstances of his death and its date are uncertain, the registered date of 1944 in all likelihood invented. He was either summarily shot in 1938 or was drowned with a group of prisoners in sealed barge in the Arctic Ocean (according to Nadezhda Mandelshtam). In March 1918 May-Mayevsky, fled to the Don region, and joined Mikhail Drozdovsky's White movement army as a common soldier. This unit soon merged with the anti-Bolshevik Volunteer Army, and May-Mayevsky became a division commander. On May 23, 1919 May-Mayevsky was appointed chief commander of the Volunteer Army after his division drove the Red Army from the city of Kharkiv. His forces moved on to secure Kiev, Orel and Voronezh. However, his forces were thus overextended, and after suffering a number of defeats, problems with his alcoholism increased. May-Maevsky was blamed for the military retreats from Tula (Tula, Russia) and Orel and accused of "moral decay". On November 27, 1919 general Anton Denikin replaced him with general Pyotr Wrangel, an effective general without the moral weaknesses of May-Mayevsky. thumb 150px Portrait by Stepan Shchukin (File:Ivan Starov.jpg) '''Ivan Yegorovich Starov''' ( wikipedia:Voronezh commons:Воронеж


literary life

., in which he attended the lectures of Konstantin Kavelin and Timofey Granovsky. His burgeoning career as a professor of history was cut short by denunciation of his work on the part of Sergey Uvarov. He then turned his attention to journalism and brought out a series of articles about leading personalities of the literary life of the previous century, including Nikolay Novikov, Denis Fonvizin, and Antiokh Kantemir. The old building of the terminal was built in 1900, its architect was A. Krasovskiy. In 1899 the Ryazano-Uralskaya railway reached Moscow, so a new railway terminal was needed. From the Paveletskiy Railway Terminal suburban electric trains departs towards Kashira, Ozherelye, Uzunovo. Express electric trains departs to Ozherelye and Domodedovo Airport (Domodedovo International Airport). The major directions of long-distant trains are Almaty, Astrakhan, Baku, Balakovo, Balashov, Donetsk, Lipetsk, Luhansk, Saratov, Tambov, Volgograd, Voronezh, Yelets. - 025 026 Voronezh (rus (Russian language): ''Воронеж'') wikipedia:Voronezh commons:Воронеж

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