Kazan

What is Kazan known for?


academic opera

1956, regular Tatar Köräş competitions have been organised in honor of the national hero and poet Musa Cälil. In March 1992, Rudolf Nureyev, living with advanced AIDS, visited Kazan and appeared as a conductor in front of the audience at Musa Cälil Tatar Academic Opera and Ballet Theater in Kazan, which now presents the Rudolf Nureyev Festival in Tatarstan Yaroslav Sedov. Russian Life. Montpelier: Jan Feb 2006. Vol. 49, Iss. 1; p. 49<


acting studies

, and her father is managing director of a firm. She originally studied mathematics and economics in Kazan before switching to acting. She later continued her acting studies at Moscow State University and the Russian Academy of Theatre Arts and became a successful stage actress. DATE OF BIRTH October 1, 1975 PLACE OF BIRTH Kazan, Tatar ASSR, Soviet Union DATE OF DEATH Zvezda 2005 Perm '''6 – 0 ''' Venue: Central Stadium


design free

This old building is currently owned by an Italian, who developed an original renovation project and now runs a nice centrally located hotel. Each room is named after an Italian city and boasts remarkable design. Free wireless connection. *


field+making

Kazan was besieged, he annihilated the force of prince Yapancha at Arsk Field, making possible the final conquest of Kazan later that year. In acknowledgement of his important services, he was appointed the first Russian governor of Kazan. During the next decade he not only managed to keep Kazan in Russian hands, but also rebuilt the ruined citadel (Kazan Kremlin) and converted a large portion of the khanate's population to Christianity. Five years later, when Kazan was besieged, he annihilated the force of prince Yapancha at Arsk Field, making possible the final conquest of Kazan later that year. In acknowledgement of his important services, he was appointed the first Russian governor of Kazan. During the next decade he not only managed to keep Kazan in Russian hands, but also rebuilt the ruined citadel (Kazan Kremlin) and converted a large portion of the khanate's population to Christianity. **'''Malorossiya Prikaz''', Ministry of the Ukrainian (Malorossiya) Affairs **'''Kazan Prikaz''' (Казанский приказ, Приказ Казанского дворца, Kazan Palace Prikaz), Volga Region (Поволжье) Affairs (South-West of Russia, territories of Kazan Khanate) **'''Siberian Prikaz''' Eichwald was a Baltic German born at Mitau in Courland (Duchy of Courland). He became doctor of medicine and professor of zoology in Kazan in 1823; four years later professor of zoology and comparative anatomy at Vilnius; in 1838 professor of zoology, mineralogy and medicine at St. Petersburg; and finally professor of palaeontology in the institute of mine (mining)s in that city. Early years Born in Kazan, USSR, Youri Egorov studied music at the Kazan Conservatory from the age of 6 until age 17. One of his early teachers was Irina Dubinina, a former pupil of Yakov Zak Mach, Elyse. "Great Contemporary Pianists Speak for Themselves" Dover Publications 1991. Pg 46. (ISBN 0-486-26695-8) . * 25px (File:Flag of Russia.svg) Kazan, Russia (since 1996) Development Kazan Helicopters in Kazan, Tatarstan (Republic of Tatarstan), Russia has been one of the main Russian manufacturers of helicopters of the Mikhail Mil bureau design. In the 1990's management realized that there would be a need for light helicopters in Russia, as the fleet of standard Mi-2 (Mil Mi-2)'s was getting older, and the design itself became obsolete. The Mi-2 was the lightest helicopter in large-scale use in the former USSR, despite being larger than most light Western helicopters. At first Kazan Helicopters wanted to develop a helicopter based on the AS 350 Ecureuil (Eurocopter AS-350 Ecureuil) in cooperation with Eurocopter, but it failed. The Baroque style quickly spread throughout Russia, gradually replacing more traditional and canonical architecture. The Stroganov merchants sponsored construction of majestic Baroque structures in Nizhny Novgorod (the Nativity Church (Nizhny Novgorod#Strongest fortress of Muscovy), 1703) and in the remote tundra region (the Presentation Cathedral in Solvychegodsk, 1693). During the first decades of the 18th century, some remarkable Baroque cathedrals were built in such eastern towns as Kazan, Solikamsk, Verkhoturye, Tobolsk and Irkutsk. Also interesting are the traditional wooden churches by carpenters of the Russian North. Working without hammer and nails, they constructed such bizarre structures as the 24-domed Intercession Church at Vytegra (1708, burnt down 1963) and the 22-domed Transfiguration Church at Kizhi (1714). Kurbsky belonged to a family of Rurikid princes, which got its name from the town of Kurba near Yaroslavl. At an early age, he gained renown for the courage displayed in the annual campaigns (Russo-Kazan Wars) against Kazan. During the decisive siege of Kazan he commanded the right flank of the Russian army and was wounded. Two years later, he defeated the Udmurt rebels and became a boyar. At that time, Kurbsky became one of the closest associates and advisors to the Tsar. thumb 200px page 20 Page with Tables XVIII - Coat of arms (File:PL Stanisław Teodor Chrząński-Tablice odmian herbowych.djvu) "Lew Krupski" in the first top row, fifth from left to right '''Menzelinsk''' ( commons:Category:Kazan wikipedia:Kazan


setting beautiful

. The architectural composition of today's Sviyazhsk includes perfectly preserved churches, such as the antique wooden Troitskaya Church (built in 1551), Nikols¬kaya Church, and Uspensky Cathedral. When Alexander Pushkin first saw Sviyazhsk, he was overjoyed. It seems the city was exactly what he imagined for an ideal fairytale setting: beautiful island on a tall mountain, located exactly in the middle of a great river. This island with its surprising history cannot be found anywhere else in the world. '''Elabuga''' This charming 1000 year old trade center that located on the shore of the river Kama and surrounded by natural beauty is one of the oldest cities in Tatarstan. Throughout its history the city was the cradle of Russian trade, where diverse waves of remarkable people flowed together. Most of its buildings have been preserved in their original condition to this day. Examples include the memorial house museum of Ivan Shishkin and the homestead museum of N. Durova, a famous heroine of the Fatherland War of 1812. Tragic circumstances led the city to become the last refuge of the poet Maria Tsvetaeva. Not far from the Elabuga is the famous Elabuga mound “Chertovo gorodishe” - the remains of a fortified settlement from the Volga tribes of the first millennium В.C. The surviving stone tower is a symbol of Elabuga. On the banks of the river Toima, five kilometers from Elabuga, archaeologists discovered the Ananinsky burial ground, which lends its name to an entire Iron Age culture. '''Kysh-Babay Residence (Tatar Santa Clause)'''residences of Kysh Babay and Kar Kyzy are located in the village of Yana Kyrlay, in a pine forest on the bank of the river Iya, 60 kilometers from Kazan. The fairytale journey begins with the forest ”customs” where Shaitan leads you into the estate of Kysh Babay. The map of Shurale leads guests to path filled with adventures. Among the tales, mysteries, miracles, and fairytale characters you will meet Shurale (the Wood goblin), Shaitan (the Devil), Uburly Karchyk (the Witch), Azhdaha (the Dragon), Batyr (the Kinught), Altynchech (Goldilocks), Tahir and Zuhra (Romeo and Juliet). '''Chistopol''' The historic town of Chistopol was founded in the 18th century. This town is truly a living museum, with streets and buildings that preserve the spirit of past days. A walk around Chistopol introduces you to the quiet, very special beauty of the Russian countryside. The Melnikov House, the grounds of Uspensky Monastery, St. Nicholas Cathedral - these places all enhance the feeling that the city was built with care and love. You can find very interesting Boris Pasternak museum here. A few kilometers from Chistopol you'll find the remains of Juketau, a city of the ancient Bolgar Kingdom which served as a trade center during pre-Mongol period. '''Tetushi''' The pearl of Tetushi is historico-architectural natural park “Dolgaya polyana”. Tourists visited this place say that you feel peace and calm. Local people claim there is anomalous zone with positive energy. Even Khans of Ancient Bolgar used to come to this place for several days to recover peace of mind. There are a lot of old buildings, dated from 1700th. You can even be lucky to see real archaeological excavation! And of course you can enjoy beautiful and splendid nature of Tetushi. Fond of historical reconstructions? Then summer reconstruction of battlefield on Vshiha mountain is definitely worth visiting! You can not only watch, but also participate! '''Laishevo''' When you will plan your visit to Tatarstan, please note, that in the end of May there is a big ethnic festival Karavon. For nine years annually more than 10 thousand people come to take part. And according to legend, this festival exists more than 300 years! Here you can dance in a round, have a look at the town of craftsman, take part in national amusements and feel cheerful and holiday atmosphere among wearing national costumes people. This festival is definitely worth seeing! commons:Category:Kazan wikipedia:Kazan


people+prominent

, a group indicator: Nogay (Nogais), Tat (Tats), Kazan, Kipchak (Kipchak people), Laz (Laz people), Kazakh (Kazakhs). They are used as a modifier of the general ethnonym, for instance, Nogay Tarari. Informants have the most clear perception of the Nogay as a separate group of a distinct type of people (prominent cheekbones and inure Mongolian (Mongols)), dialect ("truer Tatar"), livelihood (horse-breeding), and even character. In fact, the most differentiated group are the Tats, the informants know who they are and they themselves identify as such. Their distinction is based on their dialect. Informants claim that there are Kazan Tatars in Bulgaria, they are "fatter". They have only heard about Kipchaks. Laz (Laz people) Tatars reportedly speak a language similar to Turkish. The Kazakhs are perceived as a "tribe" related to the "Don Kazakhs" (Cossacks), which, however. is Muslim. The more prosaic version is that "Kazakh" is a "nickname": "We call a "Kazakh" someone who is headstrong, stubborn". '''Evgeny Lvovich Shvarts''' ( commons:Category:Kazan wikipedia:Kazan


original title

and told about psychiatric detention of its author for political reasons. In 1984, the book under its original title was first published in Russian that the book had originally been written in.


simple food

artifacts and nostalgia in a whimsy interior. Read through old newspapers, drink from an old-style beaker known as ''graneny stakan'' (typically used to drink vodka), and indulge in simple food of Soviet proletarians. While places of this type are nowadays abundant in Russia, Zhiguli is special in their style of serving beer in 3l tin barrels that were used in older times for storing water and milk, or perhaps mediocre Zhiguli beer sold on the streets. *


scenic works

clothes. At the same time, in her scenic works, portraits we can see that Speranskaya is acute portraitist-psychologist. Air Astana’s 56 destinations include most major cities in Kazakhstan and an increasing number of neighboring Central Asian and Russian cities. The latter is the result of a decision to implement what its managers refer to as a “surrogate-home market strategy”, to leverage its reputation for high standards of service and air safety compliance


tradition including

are not going to miss this small coffee place when exploring the Tatar district of Kazan. Moreover, it is perhaps the only place to have coffee in this part of the city. The interioir may look odd, because it is essentially medieval, but coffee is prepared in the most genuine eastern tradition, including Turkish-style coffee cooked by the owner herself. No food. *

Kazan

'''Kazan''' ( ) is the capital (capital city) and largest city (types of inhabited localities in Russia) of the Republic of Tatarstan, Russia. With a population of 1,143,535, it is the eighth most populous (list of cities and towns in Russia by population) city in Russia. Kazan lies at the confluence of the Volga (Volga River) and Kazanka Rivers in European Russia.

The Kazan Kremlin is a World Heritage Site. In 2005, the Medal "In Commemoration of the 1000th Anniversary of Kazan" was established by Russia to denote this landmark event. The multi-ethnic city is honored by UNESCO UNESCO Cities for Peace Prize and famous for Muslims and Christians living side-by-side in peace.

In April 2009, the Russian Patent Office granted Kazan the right to brand itself as the "Third Capital" of Russia. The city hosted the 2013 Summer Universiade, 2014 World Fencing Championships and will host the 2015 World Aquatics Championships, and 2018 FIFA World Cup.

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