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by the gates, built in 1900, which look like a refined triumphal arch. Modern Yevpatoria Today Yevpatoriya is a major Russian Black Sea port, a rail hub, and resort town. The population swells greatly during the summer months, with many residents of northern cities visiting for beach recreation. As such, local residents are heavily employed during summer months but are often underemployed during the winter. The main industries include fishing, food processing, wine making, limestone

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Regiment at Kaunas, Lithuania and the 41st Fighter Regiment at Białystok, Poland, both places under Soviet occupation since 1939–40. On 1 June 1941 they were spread out a bit more, with 31 in the Baltic Military District, 37 in the Western Special Military District (Belorussian Military District), one in the Kiev Military District and eight in the Odessa Military District for a total of 77 on hand, of which only 55 were operational. An additional

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that can be found here from time immemorial, which is witnessed by the manuscripts of Pliny the Elder, a Roman scholar (ca 80 BC). On December 24, 2008 a blast destroyed a five story building (2008 Yevpatoria gas explosion) in the town. 27 people were killed. President (President of Ukraine) Viktor Yushchenko declared December 26 to be a day of national mourning. UPDATE: 26 Killed, 5 Hospitalized After Crimea House Blast

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solidly against repeated attacks by a larger Russian force. Frederick Engels, "The War in the East" contained in the ''Collected Works of Karl Marx and Frederick Engels: Volume 13'', p. 523. This stand led the 93rd Highlanders to be remembered in history as the "Thin Red Line (The Thin Red Line (Battle of Balaclava))". The second British unit to gain immortality in the Battle of Balaclava was the Light Cavalry Brigade under the command of the James

Brudenell, 7th Earl of Cardigan Earl of Cardigan . An extremely ambiguous order sent the Light Brigade on a fruitless and suicidal "charge" into the South Valley of the Balaclava battlefield. Frederick Engels, "The War in the East" contained in the ''Collected Works of Karl Marx and Frederick Engels: Volume 13'', p. 524. The heights around the South Valley was brimming with Russian artillery which decimated the Light

Brigade. Of the original nearly 700-man strength of the Light Brigade, fewer than 200 men survived the encounter. The Light Brigade was memorialised in the famous poem by Alfred Lord Tennyson called the "Charge of the Light Brigade (The Charge of the Light Brigade (poem))". ;Sea transport The cities of Yalta, Feodosiya, Kerch, Sevastopol, Chornomorske and Yevpatoria are connected to one another by sea routes

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settlement; its name in Khazar language was probably ''Güzliev'' (literally "beautiful house"). Brutzkus, Julius (1944). "The Khazar Origin of Ancient Kiev", Slavonic and East European Review, p. 118 It was later subject to the Cumans (Kipchaks), the Mongols and the Crimean Khanate. During this period the city was called ''Kezlev'' by Crimean Tatars and ''Gözleve'' by Ottomans. The Russian medieval name ''Kozlov

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tour called "A Small Jerusalem" by analogy with the real one, the ancient part of this city gathered different religious denominations: Christians, Muslims and Jews. Walking down the ancient streets you will fell the atmosphere of multicultural heritage of Evpatoria and will have opportunity to teste a real Karaite's food. Do Kazantip Kazantip is an electronic dance music festival held every year, and the main reason fo tourists to arrive to the area

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PLACE OF BIRTH Yevpatoria, Russian Empire DATE OF DEATH '''Yelena Belevskaya''' ( ) (born October 11, 1963 in Yevpatoria, Crimea, Ukrainian SSR) is a retired athlete who represented the USSR until 1991 and Belarus since 1992. She trained at Trudovye Rezervy in Minsk.


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