Astrakhan

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) and the south (Makhachkala and Baku). There are direct trains to Moscow, Volgograd, Saint Petersburg, Baku, Kiev, Brest (Brest, Belarus) and other towns. Local transport Astrakhan no longer has a tramway system. Public local transport is mainly provided by trolleybuses, buses and minibuses which is called ''marshrutkas''. Notable people *Boris Kustodiev, painter *Joseph Deniker, naturalist and anthropologist *Ilya Ulyanov, father of Aleksandr Ulyanov and Vladimir Lenin. *Vasily Trediakovsky, poet *Rinat Dasayev, association football player *Marziyya Davudova, actress *Velimir Khlebnikov, poet *Emiliya Turey, handball player *Andrei Belyanin, science fiction writer *Dmitri Dyuzhev, actor *Vasily Trediakovsky, academic, poet, translator *Tamara Milashkina, soprano *Valeria Barsova, soprano *Maria Maksakova, Sr., opera singer International relations Wikipedia:Astrakhan Commons:Category:Astrakhan


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chteniya'' in 1857-1860 published another three. Later they all were issued as one book called ''Traveller's Sketches'' (Путевые очерки). 1857 saw but one short story, "The Old Lady", appearing in ''Biblioteka dlya Chtenia'' but by this time he working already on ''Thousand Souls'' novel, his would-be chef-d'oeuvre. In the late April 1703, De Brujin left Moscow along with the party of an Armenian


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and Caucasian music Astrakhan is a southern region of Russia with a rich musical history. Modern institutions include the New Musical Theatre, Astrakhan Conservatory and the Astrakhan Regional Philharmonic. Vakhtang resided in Russia till 1734, but in that year he resolved to make an attempt to recover his dominions by the co-operation of the Shah of Persia. The empress Anna (Anna of Russia) consented to Vakhtang's project, but gave him instructions how to act in Persia


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of the opposition. Stalin expelled me from the Foreign Affairs Commissariat for having signed the same declaration. But in both cases they let me keep the jacket". Rakovsky, in Fagan, ''Opposition and Exile'' thumb 150px A Postage stamp stamp (File:USSR stamp S.Shaumyan 1968 4k.jpg) of the USSR


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of Gizel-Adjal, Tiflis Province, where he became closely acquainted with the hard life of the local peasantry. Later, Narimanov became a teacher in a private pro-gimnasia in Baku, where he founded the first public free-access library and reading hall. This became a cultural center of the entire Transcaucasia. In 1902, at the age of 32, Narimanov entered the Medical Department of Novorossiysk University. During the revolution of 1905-1907 (Russian Revolution of 1905), Narimanov took


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escaped east to the southern Urals. Rivers The Volga (Volga River) and Sura Rivers connect Chuvashia to a national and international water network. To the south, Volgograd, Rostov-on-Don, Astrakhan, the Caspian Sea, and Black Sea are directly reachable. To the west, the Volga River connects Cheboksary with Nizhny Novgorod, Yaroslavl, Moscow and the northern regions of Russia. By using river-sea vessels, cargo transportation is possible from Chuvash river ports all the way to Saint Petersburg, Novorossiysk (on the Black Sea), Astrakhan, and ports situated on the Danube River. However, the river is frozen from December through April. Rivers The Volga (Volga River) and Sura Rivers connect Chuvashia to a national and international water network. To the south, Volgograd, Rostov-on-Don, Astrakhan, the Caspian Sea, and Black Sea are directly reachable. To the west, the Volga River connects Cheboksary with Nizhny Novgorod, Yaroslavl, Moscow and the northern regions of Russia. By using river-sea vessels, cargo transportation is possible from Chuvash river ports all the way to Saint Petersburg, Novorossiysk (on the Black Sea), Astrakhan, and ports situated on the Danube River. However, the river is frozen from December through April. Because the Volga River runs through Chuvashia, Cheboksary is a frequent stop on the many boat tours that travel along the major cities up and down the Volga. To the south, Volgograd, Rostov-on-Don, Astrakhan, the Caspian Sea, and Black Sea are directly reachable. To the west, the Volga River connects Cheboksary with Nizhny Novgorod, Yaroslavl, Moscow, and the northern regions of Russia. By using river-sea vessels, it is possible to take cargo from Chuvash riverports all the way to Saint Petersburg, Novorossiysk (on the Black Sea), Astrakhan, and ports situated on the Danube river. However, the river is frozen from December to April. Because the Volga River runs through Chuvashia, Cheboksary is a frequent stop on the many boat tours that travel along the major cities up and down the Volga. To the south, Volgograd, Rostov-on-Don, Astrakhan, the Caspian Sea, and Black Sea are directly reachable. To the west, the Volga River connects Cheboksary with Nizhny Novgorod, Yaroslavl, Moscow, and the northern regions of Russia. By using river-sea vessels, it is possible to take cargo from Chuvash riverports all the way to Saint Petersburg, Novorossiysk (on the Black Sea), Astrakhan, and ports situated on the Danube river. However, the river is frozen from December to April. Potemkin returned to St. Petersburg in November 1783 and was promoted to Field Marshal when the Crimea was formally annexed the following February. He also became President of the College of War. Wikipedia:Astrakhan Commons:Category:Astrakhan


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lon_deg 45 lon_min 43 lon_sec 00 position right width 280 float right caption Location of Kapustin Yar, Russia '''Kapustin Yar''' ( ), it was established 13 May 1946 and in the beginning used technology, material, and scientific support from defeated Nazi Germany Germany


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detention in April–May of that year. In 1894 he also published his first major book, ''Kriticheskie zametki k voprosu ob ekonomicheskom razvitii Rossii'' (''Critical Notes on the Economic Development of Russia'') in which he defended the applicability of Marxism to Russian conditions against populist critics. :After the transfer of power to the soviet, a rapid about-face began in the mood of the workers. The Bolshevik deputies began to be recalled one after another, and soon the general situation


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, the Caspian Flotilla included a new naval infantry brigade, the 77th, based at Kaspiysk. The headquarters and two battalions of the brigade were scheduled to be established by August 1, 2000. AVN Military News Agency, 'Chief of Staff Supervising Marine Brigade formation', 5 June 2000 It was reported by ''Agenstvo Voyenniykh Novostyei'' (AVN) in June 2000 that the new brigade, which may have inherited the lineage of the 77th Motor Rifle Division, http

Infantry brigade, the 77th, based at Kaspiysk. The headquarters and two battalions of the brigade were scheduled to be established by August 1, 2000. AVN Military News Agency, 'Chief of Staff Supervising Marine Brigade formation', 5 June 2000 It was reported by AVN Military News Agency in June 2000 that the new brigade, which may have inherited the lineage of the disbanded 77th Motor Rifle Division, Feskov et al. 2004 was to have its troops housed in Kaspiysk and Astrakhan, and have as many as 195 combat vehicles and 1 Gepard class frigate sent to it from Chukotka and the Northern Fleet, respectively. The brigade was also to have helicopters added to it, ran the June 2000 report. The Brigade's full name was the 77-я отдельная гвардейская Московско-Черниговская ордена Ленина, Краснознаменная, ордена Суворова бригада морской пехоты. However, it was disbanded in 2009. Бригаду морской пехоты заменят два батальона. ''arms-expo.ru History Gudermes had a rural locality status until 1941. Later, it became a railroad junction (junction (rail)) between Rostov-on-Don, Baku, Astrakhan, and Mozdok (Mozdok, Republic of North Ossetia–Alania). In 1856 Pisemsky, along with several other writers, was commissioned by the Russian Navy ministry to report on the ethnographical (Ethnography) and commercial conditions of the Russian interior, his particular field of inquiry being Astrakhan and the region of the Caspian Sea. Critics later opined that the author has not been prepared enough for such a task and little material he produced was "insufferably dull and filled not with his own impressions by with fragments of other works concerning the lands he visited" (Skabichevsky). Four of his stories appeared in 1857 in ''Morskoi sbornik'', ''Biblioteka dlya chteniya'' in 1857-1860 published another three. Later they all were issued as one book called ''Traveller's Sketches'' (Путевые очерки). 1857 saw but one short story, "The Old Lady", appearing in ''Biblioteka dlya Chtenia'' but by this time he working already on ''Thousand Souls'' novel, his would-be chef-d'oeuvre. In the late April 1703, De Brujin left Moscow along with the party of an Armenian merchants from Isfahan whose name he recorded as Jacob Daviedof. Wikipedia:Astrakhan Commons:Category:Astrakhan


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of Gizel-Adjal, Tiflis Province, where he became closely acquainted with the hard life of the local peasantry. Later, Narimanov became a teacher in a private pro-gimnasia in Baku, where he founded the first public free-access library and reading hall. This became a cultural center of the entire Transcaucasia. In 1902, at the age of 32, Narimanov entered the Medical Department of Novorossiysk University. During the revolution of 1905-1907 (Russian Revolution of 1905), Narimanov took an active part and led the student movement in Odessa. In 1905 he joined the Russian Social-Democratic Workers' Party. Upon his return to Baku, Narimanov guided the Congress of Transcaucasian Turkic Teachers; under his influence, the Congress adopted a resolution on national self-determination of Transcaucasia. A little later, Nariman Narimanov became one of the organizers of the Persian socialist democratic party Isheyun-Asheyun. Soon, Narimanov was exiled to Astrakhan for five years for his activities. After the October Revolution of 1917, Nariman Narimanov became the chairman of Azerbaijani social democratic organization Hummet (Endeavor). * '''URSS''' (AER) – Adler-Sochi International Airport – Sochi, Russia * '''URWA''' (ASF) – Astrakhan Airport – Astrakhan, Russia * '''URWI''' (ESL) – Elista Airport – Elista, Russia It was first established in November 1920. Its administrative center was Astrakhan. In June 1928, it was included into Lower Volga Krai. In January 1934, Lower Volga Krai was split into Saratov Krai and Stalingrad Krai, and Kalmyk AO was included as a part of the latter. In October 1935, Kalmyk AO was raised in status and became the Kalmyk ASSR (abolished in 1943). Like several previous Georgian rulers, he hoped that the expanding Russian empire would be the only protector for the Christians of Caucasus against the Ottoman and Persian aggressions. He sent an embassy to St Petersburg in 1752, but nothing came of this mission. In 1760, he visited the Russian court himself to gain a support for his project of a Georgian expedition to Persia to put a Russian candidate on the shah’s throne. The Russians were too preoccupied with the Seven Years' War to seriously consider Teimuraz’s idea. He died suddenly in the Russian capital on January 8, 1762, and was buried next to his father-in-law Vakhtang VI in the Cathedral of the Assumption (Assumption of Mary), Astrakhan. On his death, Erekle succeeded as king of Kartli, bringing both eastern Georgian kingdoms into a single state (Kingdom of Kartli and Kakheti) Wikipedia:Astrakhan Commons:Category:Astrakhan

Astrakhan

'''Astrakhan''' (

The oldest economic and cultural center of the Lower Volga, Официальный сайт органов местного самоуправления. it is often called the southernmost outpost of Russia «Российская газета» — Спецвыпуск № 4762. and the Caspian capital. The city is a member of the Eurasian Regional Office of the World Organization "United Cities and Local Governments" Члены ОГМВ Евразия Its population is diverse and includes one hundred ethnicities and fourteen religious denominations.

The city is located in the upper part of the Volga delta, on eleven islands of the Caspian Depression. The distance to Moscow by road is . Автомобильный портал грузоперевозок.

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