Ivanovo

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and entertainment centers, as well as organizes regional sports competitions among students. In order to encourage young scientists, each year the best students are given the grant of the governor, which is a good support for gifted researches. To increase the academic level of the youth, the contest of students’ and postgraduates’ researches was established. The papers should be devoted to the resolution of topical problems of the region. The best authors are given the award named after M. V


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date June 2012 In 1937 the city opened the Interdom - a school for children of foreign Communists, including high learn. In Ivanov began way legendary squadron (then - Regiment) "Normandie-Niemen". By agreement between the Soviet government and patriotic organization "Fighting France" in late 1942, the Soviet Union came a group of French pilots. Basis for the formation of the new airport began on the northern outskirts of the city. Pilots provided decent housing


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and had two more sons. Ana Siljak, Angel of Vengeance, page 90 They lived in a three room house with his two sisters and grandparents. They were ex serfs who had moved to Ivanovo. He had already developed an awareness of social inequality and a resentment of the local nobility in his youth. At 10, Nechayev had learned his father's trades-waiting at banquets and painting signs. His father got him a job as an errand boy in a factory. Nechayev's response was: "I

;ref name "ForbesProfile" DATE OF BIRTH 7 May 1956 PLACE OF BIRTH Ivanovo, Soviet Union DATE OF DEATH *Monk-martyr Euthymius, abbot of the Monastery of St. John the Baptist at David Gareja monastery complex, Georgia (Georgia (country)) (1804) *Saint Philaret of Ichalka, Ivanovo (1913) *New Hieromartyr Nicodemus (Krotkov), archbishop of Kostroma and Galich (Galich, Russia) (1938) '''Zhostovo painting

''' (''Жостовская роспись'' in Russian (Russian language)) is an old Russian folk handicraft of painting on metal trays, which still exists in a village of Zhostovo in the Moscow Oblast. It appeared in the early 19th century mainly under the influence of the Ural (Ural (region)) handicraft of flower painting on metal. Subsequent development of the Zhostovo painting handicraft was stylistically related to porcelain and enamel (Vitreous enamel) painting techniques, used


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Kostroma (102 BMD-1). According to the official historiography of the Soviet Union, a soviet was organized in May 1905 in Ivanovo during the 1905 Russian Revolution. In his memoirs, Volin claims that he witnessed the creation of the St Petersburg Soviet in January 1905. The Russian workers were largely organized at the turn of the 20th century, leading to a government-sponsored Union leadership. In 1905, the Russo-Japanese War increased the strain on Russian industrial production, the workers began to strike and rebel. They represented an autonomous workers movement, one that broke free from the government's oversight of workers unions. Soviets sprang up throughout the industrial centers of Russia, usually organized on the factory level. The soviets disappeared after the Revolution of 1905, but re-emerged under Socialist leadership during the Revolution of 1917. Wikipedia:Ivanovo commons:category:Ivanovo


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others. Annually the city holds the “Students’ spring” festival of students’ creativity. It’s the most popular event in cultural life of Ivanovo students, with the participation of all universities and institutes. Since 1997 the interregional festival of students “Maslenitsa” (“Pancake week”) is held. Yearly about 20 students’ teams from 6-8 regions take part in it. Being concerned of the youth creativeness, the city government supports the development of facilities of students’ cultural, sporting


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support of youth and children’s social organizations) and grant support means. Nowadays the Department of internal affairs of the Ivanovo region is responsible for the development of the youth policy of the region. Development There are almost 98 thousand young people in Ivanovo, i.e. each fourth citizen. It is one of the Russian students' centers, with 8 public and 5 private institutes of higher education, offering educational facilities both for Russian and foreign students. The city


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Education Ivanovo has several educational institutions: Ivanovo State University, Ivanovo State University of Chemistry and Technology, Ivanovo Medical Academy, Ivanovo Architectural Academy, and Ivanovo State Power University (ISPU). Attractions thumb Industrial and art museum (File:Музей промышленности и искусства в Иваново.jpg) There are several objects of cultural heritage in Ivanovo. Among them are the buildings of the constructivism (Constructivist architecture) style, Ivanovo constructivism like the Ship-house (1930), architect D. F. Fridman; the Horseshoe-house (1934), architect A. I. Panov; the Regional Bank building (1927), architect V. A. Vesnin; the Palace of Arts (1939), architect A. V. Vlasov; the Collective-house (1931), architect I. A. Golosov; the Ivanovo railway station (1934); Oblsovnarhoz-houses (1935), N. I. Kadnikov; and others. thumb Ship-house (File:Ivanovo Dom-korabl.JPG) Many monuments are devoted to the revolutionary past of the city, such as the "Red Talka" memorial or numerous monuments to revolutionaries. The historical center of the city is notable mainly for the former houses of famous Ivanovites: the mansion houses of E. I. Gratchev (1774), I. N. Polushin (1904; here the Soviet government was first declared), K. D. Burkov, the Kuvayevs, the Gandurins, the Burlinis, etc. The industrial architecture, like the remaining textile manufactures of the 19th century, is also of interest. Other notable sights include Schudrovskaya Palatka (17th century), the first brick civil building in Ivanovo, the Svyato-Vvedensky Monastery (architect P. Begen), the wooden Uspenskaya church, the mansion of A. Duringer (1910), and others. The youth policy History According to historians, the youth policy in the city started in 1892, when the first Marxist society was formed. In 1919 the city Komsomol (Young Communist League) organization was established, soon this movement spread all over the region. By the beginning of the Great Patriotic War in 1941, Ivanovo regional Komsomol organization had already had over 100 thousand people. After the war the main objectives of the movements were to bring up and educate the working youth and to organize various activities. In 1970-1980s different circles and amateur theatres were functioning, and people’s universities were established. In the 1980s, Ivanovo Oblast became one of the largest student centers of European Russia (7 institutes of higher education and 26 colleges with about 35 thousand students). In the 1990s, the youth policy in Ivanovo was challenged, but remained and developed, due to the activity of initiative ivanovites. In 1992 the Department of youth affairs was established. The new youth policy was being formed. New legislature and programs were launch to encourage young families, youth employment, patriotic education and support. 53 clubs of young families and 28 military-patriotic organizations were formed. Since the beginning of 2000s the complex youth and children’s policy has been pursued, through the legislative (like the regional law “Of the state support of youth and children’s social organizations) and grant support means. Nowadays the Department of internal affairs of the Ivanovo region is responsible for the development of the youth policy of the region. Development There are almost 98 thousand young people in Ivanovo, i.e. each fourth citizen. It is one of the Russian students' centers, with 8 public and 5 private institutes of higher education, offering educational facilities both for Russian and foreign students. The city is the third largest one in the country after Moscow and the Moscow region, in terms of number of students per 10 000 citizens. There are 18 military-patriotic clubs with about 550 young participants, 170 people are in charge of local history activities. More than 20 per cent of young citizens take part in the youth organizations’ activities, like “IMCA – Ivanovo”, Russian Youth Union, the “Novy Rubezh”, Ivanovo city pupils’ Duma, the “Shkolny Activ Goroda” (City school activists) and many others. Annually the city holds the “Students’ spring” festival of students’ creativity. It’s the most popular event in cultural life of Ivanovo students, with the participation of all universities and institutes. Since 1997 the interregional festival of students “Maslenitsa” (“Pancake week”) is held. Yearly about 20 students’ teams from 6-8 regions take part in it. Being concerned of the youth creativeness, the city government supports the development of facilities of students’ cultural, sporting and entertainment centers, as well as organizes regional sports competitions among students. In order to encourage young scientists, each year the best students are given the grant of the governor, which is a good support for gifted researches. To increase the academic level of the youth, the contest of students’ and postgraduates’ researches was established. The papers should be devoted to the resolution of topical problems of the region. The best authors are given the award named after M. V. Frunze. Ivanovo is a multinational city, more than 100 nationalities’ representatives live here. There are 16 ethnic and cultural autonomies, associations and centers. Much attention is paid to the youth parliamentarism, which is developing within such structures, as the Youth Civic Council of the City Administration and Ivanovo city pupils’ Duma. The deputies of the latter participate in real elections campaigns in their schools, represents the schoolchildren’s interests to the municipal government, contribute to the development of youth initiatives, arrange socially topical activities, like the charity marathon “Ty nam nuzhen” (“We need you”) aimed at supporting children with disabilities. There are several opportunities for the talented youth as well, e.g. awards and grants from the Head of the city. In 2012 schoolchildren of Ivanovo supported the city’s bid to the contest “The European Youth Capital 2015” and organized a flash mob and made large patchwork cloth. As a candidate city, Ivanovo is realizing a comprehensive program for the youth development, having invited professionals of the international level. One of the contest’s objective being to strengthen interaction between local communities and the European structures, Ivanovo is increasing cooperation with international partners and investors, in order to develop its infrastructure. The status of the European Youth Capital will give Ivanovo a chance to become a role model for Russian and European cities, ready for empowering the youth and renovating their local communities. Ivanovo is a youth and student center with great intellectual potential, where new ambitious ideas and projects are born and develop. Ivanovo of the future is a city which no one wants to leave, quite on the contrary. So far the municipal and regional administration with the young activists has decided to bid for the title of the European Youth capital 2015. The initiative has been welcomed by Prime-minister and President of Russia. July 4, 2012 European Youth Forum has published a list of finalists for the title "European Capital of Youth 2015." The city of Ivanovo is one of the finalists of the city. Young people of faith in victory, and makes everything possible for her. File:Ivanovo_ISUCT.jpg Ivanovo State University of Chemistry and Technology File:IvanovoTram2007-07-28a.jpg Tram service in Ivanovo was cancelled in June 2008 File:Ivanovo pam Frunze.jpg Mikhail Frunze Monument File:Ivanovo Revolution pl.jpg Revolution Square Notable people *Andrei Bubnov, Bolshevik politician *Yelena Kruglova, swimmer *Sergey Nechayev, revolutionary nihilist * Nathalie


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is the third largest one in the country after Moscow and the Moscow region, in terms of number of students per 10 000 citizens. There are 18 military-patriotic clubs with about 550 young participants, 170 people are in charge of local history activities. More than 20 per cent of young citizens take part in the youth organizations’ activities, like “IMCA – Ivanovo”, Russian Youth Union, the “Novy Rubezh”, Ivanovo city pupils’ Duma, the “Shkolny Activ Goroda” (City school activists) and many


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at the Pedagogical Institute of Ufa and the University of Moscow, where he studied with the historian of medieval (Middle Age) England, Evgenii Kosminskii. Bryer, Anthony. "PKFHSPKFHS news people obituary-alexander-kazhdan-1254232.html Obituary: Alexander Kazhdan." ''The Independent''. 5 June 1997. Retrieved August 28, 2010. A post-war Soviet initiative to revive Russian-language Byzantine studies led


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. Begen), the wooden Uspenskaya church, the mansion of A. Duringer (1910), and others. The youth policy History According to historians, the youth policy in the city started in 1892, when the first Marxist society was formed. In 1919 the city Komsomol (Young Communist League) organization was established, soon this movement spread all over the region. By the beginning of the Great Patriotic War in 1941, Ivanovo regional Komsomol organization had already had over 100 thousand people

and developed, due to the activity of initiative ivanovites. In 1992 the Department of youth affairs was established. The new youth policy was being formed. New legislature and programs were launch to encourage young families, youth employment, patriotic education and support. 53 clubs of young families and 28 military-patriotic organizations were formed. Since the beginning of 2000s the complex youth and children’s policy has been pursued, through the legislative (like the regional law “Of the state

support of youth and children’s social organizations) and grant support means. Nowadays the Department of internal affairs of the Ivanovo region is responsible for the development of the youth policy of the region. Development There are almost 98 thousand young people in Ivanovo, i.e. each fourth citizen. It is one of the Russian students' centers, with 8 public and 5 private institutes of higher education, offering educational facilities both for Russian and foreign students. The city

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