Voronezh Oblast

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harvest.html''The Harvest of Sorrow: Soviet Collectivization and the Terror-Famine'' Oxford University Press New York (1986) ISBN 0-195-04054-6 Nicolas Werth, Karel Bartošek, Jean-Louis Panné, Jean-Louis Margolin, Andrzej Paczkowski, Stéphane Courtois, ''The Black Book of Communism: Crimes, Terror, Repression'', Harvard University Press, 1999, hardcover, 858 pages, ISBN 0-674-07608-7 The uprising took place in the territories


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, and Rostov Oblast to the south. Regions Cities * Voronezh — the regional capital is a major cultural, economic, and transit hub for the surrounding regions and a center of the contemporary Russian Communist movement (due to very high unemployment); be sure to visit the excellent collection of Western and Russian art at the Kramskoy Museum; the city is also the birthplace of many famous Russians, including writers Ivan Bunin and Andrei Platonov (the poet Osip


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, and Rostov Oblast to the south. Regions Cities * Voronezh — the regional capital is a major cultural, economic, and transit hub for the surrounding regions and a center of the contemporary Russian Communist movement (due to very high unemployment); be sure to visit the excellent collection of Western and Russian art at the Kramskoy Museum; the city is also the birthplace of many famous Russians, including writers Ivan Bunin and Andrei Platonov (the poet Osip Mandelshtam was exiled here also), as well as the great Russian painter Ivan Kramskoi * Divnogorye — a village on the Don River by the Divnogorye Museum-Preserve, an open air museum full of interesting sites, including the ruins of a chalk fortress of the Jewish Khazar Khaganate and a Cossack cave monastery and church, cut from the side of Chalk cliffs and surrounded by natural chalk pillars * Khrenovoye — a village famous for its Orlov Stallion rearing stud farm * Kostenki — a small village surrounded by early Stone Age archaeological sites containing the huts and burial sites of mammoth hunters Other destinations * Khopersky Nature Reserve * Voronezh Biosphere Reserve — a successful preservation story of the last European Beaver population; on-site natural history museum Understand Voronezh is considered the heart of the "Black Earth Region," a rich soiled region in the south of Central Russia. In its post-Soviet history it has also come to be known as the heart of Russia's "Red Belt," the center of contemporary Russian communism, owing to its high unemployment levels. An interesting read for visitors is ''Black Earth City'', an account written by Charlotte Hobson, a foreign student visiting the capital in 1991–92. Talk Chances are high that you will need either some knowledge of Russian (Russian phrasebook) or a competent guide in order to travel outside of Voronezh. Get in Voronezh Airport is served by flights from Moscow, Saint Petersburg, Munich, Prague, and Yerevan. Voronezh, being the major rail hub between Central and Southern Russia, is also easily accessible by train from Kiev, Moscow, Rostov-on-Don and other major cities in these regions. Get around See Itineraries Do Eat Drink Stay safe Go next wikipedia:Voronezh Oblast Commons:Category:Voronezh Oblast


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Near the Oldenburg's estate, Ramon (Ramon, Russia) in Voronezh province (Voronezh Oblast), Olga had her own villa, called "Olgino" after the local town


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. In 1938, Kirilenko became an active participant in party politics and was eventually selected to the position of Second Secretary of the Voroshilov District Party Committee in Zaporozhye Oblast. The following year, he was voted in as First Secretary. Later that year he was appointed to Second Secretary of the Zaporizhzhya Regional Party Committee of the Ukrainian Soviet Socialist Republic. In this role, Kirilenko made significant contributions to the development of metallurgical (Metallurgical engineering) and electrical engineering, but also other sorts of industry. wikipedia:Voronezh Oblast Commons:Category:Voronezh Oblast


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This dialect is formed from a gradual mixture of Russian and Ukrainian, with progressively more Russian in the northern and eastern parts of the region. Thus, there is no linguistic border between Russian and Ukrainian, and, thus, both grammar sets can be applied. ** A '''(6) ''Steppe''''' dialect is spoken in southern and southeastern Ukraine. This dialect was originally the main language

Oblast Gorkiy , Vladimir (Vladimir Oblast), Ryazan (Ryazan Oblast) Oblasts, etc.) as well as in the black soil (Chernozem) belt (Voronezh (Voronezh Oblast), Tambov (Tambov Oblast) and Kursk (Kursk Oblast)), the lower Volga Region and the level parts of the northern Caucasus and Dagestan. In Ukraine, the greatest numbers of raccoon dogs were established in Poltava (Poltava Oblast), Kherson (Kherson Oblast) and Lugansk (Luhansk Oblast). ref name "soviet"

northern Europe save for Finland and parts of the Scandinavian Peninsula ''caraftensis'' (Kishida, 1936) Chernykh was born in the city of Usman' in Voronezh Oblast. He specialized in astrometry and the dynamics of small bodies in the solar system and worked at the Crimean Astrophysical Observatory in the Ukraine from 1963. '''Alexander Vasilievich Kuprin''' ( ) was a Russian painter


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— a small village surrounded by early Stone Age archaeological sites containing the huts and burial sites of mammoth hunters Other destinations * Khopersky Nature Reserve * Voronezh Biosphere Reserve — a successful preservation story of the last European Beaver population; on-site natural history museum Understand Voronezh is considered the heart of the "Black Earth Region," a rich soiled region in the south of Central Russia. In its post


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on the Don River (Don River, Russia). Population wikipedia:Voronezh Oblast Commons:Category:Voronezh Oblast

Voronezh Oblast

'''Voronezh Oblast''' ( , ''Voronezhskaya oblast'') is a federal subject (federal subjects of Russia) of Russia (an oblast). It was established on June 13, 1934. Its administrative center is the city (types of inhabited localities in Russia) of Voronezh. Its population was 2,335,380 as of the 2010 Census (Russian Census (2010)).

Voronezh Oblast is the birthplace of Pavel Cherenkov, co-recipient of the 1958 Nobel Prize in Physics.

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