Yekaterinburg

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service life

September 1942. With a cruising speed of . Capable of operating from unpaved and gravel airfields, it was widely used in extreme Arctic conditions of Russia's northern and eastern regions where other airliners were unable to operate and where service facilities were very basic. With a service life of 45,000 hours (18,000 cycles) but capable of 80,000


academic popular

and St. Petersburg are actually considered to be the main centers of the genre in Russia). Also, some famous opera singers—Boris Shtokolov, Yuri Gulyayev (Yuri Aleksandrovich Gulyayev), Vera Bayeva—graduated from the Urals State Conservatory. The Ural Philharmonic Orchestra (currently conducted by Dmitry Liss), founded by Mark Paverman and located in Yekaterinburg, is also very popular in Russia and in Europe, as well as the Ural Academic Popular Chorus, a famous folk-singing and dance ensemble. There are over thirty museums in Yekaterinburg, including several museums of Ural minerals and jewelry, art galleries, one of the largest collections anywhere of Kasli mouldings (Kasli iron sculpture) (a traditional kind of cast-iron sculpture in the Urals), and the famous ''Shigirskaya Kladovaya'' (''Шигирская кладовая''), or Shigir Collection, which includes the oldest wood sculpture in the world: the Shigir Idol, found near Nevyansk and estimated to have been made about 9,500 years ago. Only here can you see a collection of Nevyansk icons, in the Nevyansk Icon Museum, with more than 300 icons representing the 18th through the 20th centuries on display. In 2014, the city showcased its education, literary, art and theater culture through the Russian Year of Culture Program. Fletcher, Martin. "Yekaterinburg to showcase city’s cultural achievements during Year of Culture". ''Yekaterinburg News''. February 13, 2014. (Retrieved 02-13-2014). thumb Keyboard monument (File:EKB keyboard fixed.jpg) Vladimir Yelizarov's Recording Studio SVE Records is based in Yekaterinburg. The studio is in a private residence built in 1837 under the title "The House of the Misters", in one of the historical centers of Yekaterinburg city, two hundred meters from Verkh-Isetsky Lake. In 1987, American singer Tina Turner recorded two tracks, which later appeared on her 1989 album Foreign Affair, whilst in the city as part of her highly acclaimed Break Every Rule World Tour. Yekaterinburg also has a circus (Yekaterinburg Circus) building, and one of the tallest incomplete architectural structures in the world, the Yekaterinburg TV Tower. There are also a number of unusual monuments: e. g. a popular landmark Keyboard monument and a monument to Michael Jackson. wikipedia:Yekaterinburg commons:Екатеринбург


education literary

to have been made about 9,500 years ago. Only here can you see a collection of Nevyansk icons, in the Nevyansk Icon Museum, with more than 300 icons representing the 18th through the 20th centuries on display. In 2014, the city showcased its education, literary, art and theater culture through the Russian Year of Culture Program. Fletcher, Martin. "Yekaterinburg to showcase city’s cultural achievements during Year of Culture". ''Yekaterinburg News''. February 13, 2014. (Retrieved 02-13-2014). thumb Keyboard monument (File:EKB keyboard fixed.jpg) Vladimir Yelizarov's Recording Studio SVE Records is based in Yekaterinburg. The studio is in a private residence built in 1837 under the title "The House of the Misters", in one of the historical centers of Yekaterinburg city, two hundred meters from Verkh-Isetsky Lake. In 1987, American singer Tina Turner recorded two tracks, which later appeared on her 1989 album Foreign Affair, whilst in the city as part of her highly acclaimed Break Every Rule World Tour. Yekaterinburg also has a circus (Yekaterinburg Circus) building, and one of the tallest incomplete architectural structures in the world, the Yekaterinburg TV Tower. There are also a number of unusual monuments: e. g. a popular landmark Keyboard monument and a monument to Michael Jackson. wikipedia:Yekaterinburg commons:Екатеринбург


colourful+setting

yekhr.cucina@hyatt.com address 8 Borisa Yeltsina St lat long directions At the 2nd floor of the Hyatt Hotel phone +7 343 253 1234 fax hours price content offers Mediterranean-style and Russian favourite dishes in a modern and colourful setting. Excellent view on the river. Very good place for business lunch. *


band playing

''' ( ) is a Russian gothic rock band led by brothers Vadim and Gleb Samoylov, that was established in Sverdlovsk (Yekaterinburg) in 1988. It is named after English detective writer Agatha Christie. According to '''Gleb Samoylov''', it's the band playing art-rock and rock'n'roll, and with texts infiltrated by decadance's ideas. According to '''Aleksandr Kozlov''', they play music for teens, that can fill their sensitive hearts.


contemporary dance

Theater (a chamber theatre founded by Russian playwright, producer and actor Nikolai Kolyada). Yekaterinburg is the center of ''New Drama'', a movement of contemporary Russian playwrights Nikolai Kolyada, Vasily Sigarev, Konstantin Kostenko, the Presnyakov brothers, and Oleg Bogayev. Yekaterinburg is often called the ''capital of contemporary dance'' for a number of famous dance companies residing in the city: the ''Kipling'', the ''Provincial Dances'', the ''Tantstrest'', and a special department of contemporary dance at the Yekaterinburg University of Humanities. thumb Yekaterinburg Circus (File:Yekaterinburg Circus.jpg) A number of popular Russian rock bands, such as Urfin Dzhyus, Chaif, Chicherina, Nautilus Pompilius (Nautilus Pompilius (band)), Nastya (Nastya (band)), Trek, Agata Kristi and Smyslovye Gallyutsinatsii, were originally formed in Yekaterinburg (''Ural Rock'' is often considered as a particular variety of rock music. Yekaterinburg and St. Petersburg are actually considered to be the main centers of the genre in Russia). Also, some famous opera singers—Boris Shtokolov, Yuri Gulyayev (Yuri Aleksandrovich Gulyayev), Vera Bayeva—graduated from the Urals State Conservatory. The Ural Philharmonic Orchestra (currently conducted by Dmitry Liss), founded by Mark Paverman and located in Yekaterinburg, is also very popular in Russia and in Europe, as well as the Ural Academic Popular Chorus, a famous folk-singing and dance ensemble. There are over thirty museums in Yekaterinburg, including several museums of Ural minerals and jewelry, art galleries, one of the largest collections anywhere of Kasli mouldings (Kasli iron sculpture) (a traditional kind of cast-iron sculpture in the Urals), and the famous ''Shigirskaya Kladovaya'' (''Шигирская кладовая''), or Shigir Collection, which includes the oldest wood sculpture in the world: the Shigir Idol, found near Nevyansk and estimated to have been made about 9,500 years ago. Only here can you see a collection of Nevyansk icons, in the Nevyansk Icon Museum, with more than 300 icons representing the 18th through the 20th centuries on display. In 2014, the city showcased its education, literary, art and theater culture through the Russian Year of Culture Program. Fletcher, Martin. "Yekaterinburg to showcase city’s cultural achievements during Year of Culture". ''Yekaterinburg News''. February 13, 2014. (Retrieved 02-13-2014). thumb Keyboard monument (File:EKB keyboard fixed.jpg) Vladimir Yelizarov's Recording Studio SVE Records is based in Yekaterinburg. The studio is in a private residence built in 1837 under the title "The House of the Misters", in one of the historical centers of Yekaterinburg city, two hundred meters from Verkh-Isetsky Lake. In 1987, American singer Tina Turner recorded two tracks, which later appeared on her 1989 album Foreign Affair, whilst in the city as part of her highly acclaimed Break Every Rule World Tour. Yekaterinburg also has a circus (Yekaterinburg Circus) building, and one of the tallest incomplete architectural structures in the world, the Yekaterinburg TV Tower. There are also a number of unusual monuments: e. g. a popular landmark Keyboard monument and a monument to Michael Jackson. wikipedia:Yekaterinburg commons:Екатеринбург


prominent young

мне!", published by Limbus Press in 2002). In the beginning of 2004 the book was published in the United States. Her first works, signed by a pseudonym Niger's sister (сестра Нигера), appeared in Internet in 2000. In 2008, she was the recipient of Romania's Ovid Festival Prize, awarded to a prominent young talent. ref>


friendly collaborations

. thumb Aria (band) Aria (File:Berkut flies.jpg), Russia's heavy metal (Heavy metal music) act In the early- to mid-1980s, several rock clubs were founded in Moscow, Leningrad (Saint Petersburg) (now Saint Petersburg) and Sverdlovsk (Yekaterinburg) (now Yekaterinburg). These three cities had their own rock music scene, with friendly collaborations between artists commonplace. Bands from Sverdlovsk (Yekaterinburg), such as Nautilus Pompilius (band) Nautilus


food place

a smörgåsbord, and pay at the end of the buffet. The Russian food is nothing special but it is filling, the ingredients are fresh and it's cheap. * wikipedia:Yekaterinburg commons:Екатеринбург


music music

Pompilius , The legends of Russian Rock Music :: Music :: Culture & Arts :: Russia-InfoCentre Chaif, The legends of Russian Rock Music :: Music :: Culture & Arts :: Russia-InfoCentre and Agata Kristi,

Yekaterinburg

'''Yekaterinburg''' (

Yekaterinburg is the main industrial (industry) and cultural (culture) center of the Ural Federal District. Between 1924 and 1991, the city was named (geographical renaming) '''Sverdlovsk''' ( ) after the Communist (Bolshevik) party leader Yakov Sverdlov.

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