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Pushkin, Saint Petersburg

it became the first fully electrified (electricity) town in Europe, and by the end of the 19th century had a telephone network. In 1905, the Alexander Palace became the main residence of the Nicholas II (Nicholas II of Russia). Here the royal family was held under house arrest after the February Revolution. In 1902–1908 the town was equipped with the most advanced by the time water system with a separate sewer (wikt:sewer) network and a water purification station. By 1909 the town had 30,000 residents and 19 schools. In 1910, an Imperial garrison camp was established to the north of the Catherine Palace, on the border of Alexander Park and the city. It had a separate cathedral (Fedorovskiy Cathedral (Fedorov cathedral (Pushkin))), a dining hall, and two hospitals, one for officers and one for soldiers. The first bus route was opened in 1911, and in 1914 a powerful for the time 300-kilowatt wireless telegraphy station was built in the city. Léon Theremin worked at that station in 1918–1919. Soviet period thumb Catherine Park (1939) (File:SarskoeSelo05.jpg) In 1918, after the October Revolution, the palace and park complex was declared as museum and national property. On 7 November 1918 it was renamed to Detskoye Selo ( Category:Cities and towns under jurisdiction of Saint Petersburg Category:Tsarskoselsky Uyezd Category:Populated places established in 1710 Category:Alexander Pushkin Category:1710 establishments in Russia - Pushkin (Pushkin, Saint Petersburg) Пушкин Saint Petersburg - *Petrozavodsk – tsar Peter the Great (Peter I of Russia) *Pushkin (Pushkin, Saint Petersburg) – Aleksandr Pushkin *Saint Petersburg – St. Peter, as the patron saint of Peter the Great (Peter I of Russia) (Saint Petersburg, Florida in the United States was in turn named after the Russian city)


Ukraine

- usually takes 4 years of college. (minimum level to be recognized as having Higher Education) In Iran Persia, hookah is called "ḡalyān" (Farsi:قلیان). Persian qalyan is included in the earliest European compendium on tobacco, the ''tobacolgia'' written by Johan Neander and published in Dutch in 1622. It seems that over time water pipes acquired an Iranian connotation as in eighteenth-century Egypt the most fashionable pipes were called ''Karim Khan'' after the Iranian ruler


Russia

: Suomenlinna surrenders to Russia without any opposition during the Finnish War. In Iran Persia, hookah is called "ḡalyān" (Farsi:قلیان). Persian qalyan is included in the earliest European compendium on tobacco, the ''tobacolgia'' written by Johan Neander and published in Dutch in 1622. It seems that over time water pipes acquired an Iranian connotation as in eighteenth-century Egypt the most fashionable pipes were called ''Karim Khan'' after the Iranian ruler of the day.<


Soviet Union

extensive cotton fields in the Central Asian plain. Before this time, water from the rivers was already being used for agriculture, but not on this massive scale. The Qaraqum Canal, Karshi Canal, and Bukhara Canal were among the larger of the irrigation diversions built. Wikipedia:Post-Soviet states commons:Союз Советских Социалистических Республик


France

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