Cheboksary

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historical fact

of the Association of Hop Growers of Russia, an organization founded in 1994 that aims to increase production and processing of hops in Russia. This historical fact, along with the continued rapid growth of the Russian beer market, gives the republic high potential for further development of the beer industry. Currently, there are two beer manufacturers in Cheboksary, and a third is under construction. The total output of these firms has increased by over 50% in the last five years to over 50,000,000 liters per year. The first, Buket Chuvashi (JSC (joint stock company)), is a major producer of beer. Buket was established in 1974 and has a strong regional presence. Buket is interested in expanding production through a joint venture. The second brewery, Yantar (JSC (joint stock company)), is a small regional brewer and is also interested in joint ventures to expand production. Communications As in most regions of Russia, phone lines remain the most common form of telecommunication. The republic’s telephone company, ChuvashSvazinform (JSC (joint stock company)), provides all major telecom services to its customers, and it is a simple matter to make direct calls to most places in and outside of Russia. International connections are quick and clear. Svazinform is working with the Siemens Company to upgrade its telecommunication system and replace old analog lines with digital ones. This project has already made substantial progress, and the quality of the digital network in Cheboksary and Novocheboksarsk meets international standards for high-speed video and data transmission. Companies can install and lease as many phone lines as needed. There is also a satellite-based telecom provider, ComBelgia (JSC (joint stock company)), that provides direct intercity and international long-distance connections over their own private network. * wikipedia:Cheboksary


works portraits

, also she was invited to other cities of Russian Federation (Ijevsk, Chelyabinsk, Cheboksary, Yoshkar-Ola, Siktivkar, Petrozavodsk, Moscow, etc.). There are more than 100 theatre productions in her art-baggage. Lyubov Speranskaya has become famous scenographic producer and master of scenic and national clothes. At the same time, in her scenic works, portraits we can see that Speranskaya is acute portraitist-psychologist. In 1919, he led the Czech and Slovak section


showing productions

, Chuvash State Puppet Theater and numerous theaters (showing productions in both Russian (Russian language) and Chuvash (Chuvash language) languages). However, a very popular gathering place for the locals is the recently completed ''zaliv'' (bay), beautifully situated in the middle of the city. There people gather to stroll, visit cafes, and socialize. Cheboksary also has beautiful boardwalks and beaches along the Volga River, where people swim in the summer. There are also

and down the Volga. A boat tour to the major cities along the Volga is highly recommended. See thumb 550px Cheboksary's city center over the Artificial Bay (Image:Cheboksary Artificial Bay in downtown.jpg) * Vvedensky cathedral (1657) * Saint-Trinity monastery (1566) Do Like many Russian cities, Cheboksary possesses excellent cultural opportunities. There is an Opera-Ballet Theatre, a Philharmonic Orchestra, and numerous theaters (showing productions in both Russian and Chuvash languages


beer

a number of heated pools, health clubs, and museums (including the Chuvash National Museum and Russia's only beer museum). Cheboksary hosted a language festival in 1996. Education Educational institutions include the Chuvash State University, Chuvash State Agriculture Academy, the Chuvash State Pedagogical University, and the Cheboksary Cooperative Technical School. *Cheboksary Physics and Mathematics School Economy

in Russia about Chuvashia and they will likely respond with a comment about beer, as the republic has been a center of hops growing and beer brewing for hundreds of years. This is especially interesting in light of the exploding growth of beer consumption within Russia. Chuvashia accounts for the vast majority of Russia’s hops production and exports its product to Moldova, Lithuania, Belarus, Uzbekistan, and Kazakhstan. Furthermore, Cheboksary is the location

of the Association of Hop Growers of Russia, an organization founded in 1994 that aims to increase production and processing of hops in Russia. This historical fact, along with the continued rapid growth of the Russian beer market, gives the republic high potential for further development of the beer industry. Currently, there are two beer manufacturers in Cheboksary, and a third is under construction. The total output of these firms has increased by over 50% in the last five years to over


major commercial

, the Russians built a fortress and established a settlement here. In 1625, there were 458 soldiers quartered in Cheboksary, and in 1646 there were 661 males living in the settlement. At the end of the 17th century, Cheboksary was regarded as a major commercial city of the Volga region, and in 1781 it was granted town status within Kazan Governorate. In the beginning of the 19th century the population was about 5500, the town had a sawmill and several small manufactures. Cheboksary also was noted for its twenty-five churches and four monasteries, and Cheboksary bells were known in London and Paris wikipedia:Cheboksary


stone buildings

manufactures. Cheboksary also was noted for its twenty-five churches and four monasteries, and Cheboksary bells were known in London and Paris . In the 16th and the first half of the 17th century the Vvedensky cathedral, four monasteries and eighth churches had been built, in the 18th century the stone buildings of treasury and archive, magistracy, court, and ten churches. In 1880, here were counted 783 houses (33 of them from stone), 91 stores, 3 schools, 2


quot gold

) – Cheboksary Airport – Cheboksary, Russia * '''UWKI''' (JOK) – Chistopol Airport – Yoshkar-Ola, Russia European Race Walking Cup Cheboksary, Russia bgcolor "gold" 1st World Race Walking Cup (2008 IAAF World Race Walking Cup) Cheboksary, Russia 14th In the 19th century, Kozmodemyansk was a more important trading place along the Volga than the neighboring towns of Vasilsursk

, 1977 in Cheboksary, Chuvashia (Chuvashia Republic), Russia) is a Ukrainian (Ukraine) biathlete (biathlon). World Race Walking Cup (2008 IAAF World Race Walking Cup) Cheboksary, Russia 15th European Race Walking Cup Cheboksary, Russia bgcolor "gold" 1st European Race Walking Cup Cheboksary, Russia bgcolor "gold" 1st World Race Walking Cup (2008 IAAF World Race Walking Cup) Cheboksary, Russia 10th

World Race Walking Cup (2008 IAAF World Race Walking Cup) Cheboksary, Russia bgcolor "gold" 1st European Race Walking Cup Cheboksary, Russia bgcolor "silver" 2nd World Race Walking Cup (2008 IAAF World Race Walking Cup) Cheboksary, Russia 18th - 039 039 '''Cheboksary''' Чебоксары Chuvash Republic 440,621 453,645 2.96 European Race Walking Cup Cheboksary, Russia


providing quick

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. Public transportation within Cheboksary is among the best in Russia. An extensive system of trolleybuses, autobuses, and minibuses covers the city, providing quick, convenient


business development

Overview of the Republic of Chuvashia publisher United States Peace Corps Business Development Volunteers in Chuvashia author Steven Brown and Olin Lagon url http: www.bisnis.doc.gov bisnis bisdoc 0106Chuvashia.htm date June 2001 accessdate 2009-01-10 Climate The climate in the region is continental, and it is similar to the climate in Moscow (climate of Moscow), although colder in winter, which lasts from late November until late March with a permanent snow cover. wikipedia:Cheboksary


scenic works

, also she was invited to other cities of Russian Federation (Ijevsk, Chelyabinsk, Cheboksary, Yoshkar-Ola, Siktivkar, Petrozavodsk, Moscow, etc.). There are more than 100 theatre productions in her art-baggage. Lyubov Speranskaya has become famous scenographic producer and master of scenic and national clothes. At the same time, in her scenic works, portraits we can see that Speranskaya is acute portraitist-psychologist. In 1919, he led the Czech and Slovak section

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