Nizhny Novgorod Oblast

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amp publishing

Government.nnov.ru date accessdate 2012-08-13 most of them engaged in the following sectors: *Machine-building and engineering *Chemical & petrochemical *Fuel & energy *Ferrous and non-ferrous metallurgy *Construction materials *Glass *Wood and paper *Cloth-making *Food & food processing *Medical & pharmaceuticals *Printing & publishing. *Peat extraction. These key industries are supplemented by other sectors of the economy such as agriculture, trade


frequent service

. Unfortunately, by 2010, most of these services have been cancelled. Ferryboats from downtown Nizhny Novgorod run to Bor across the river (very frequent service). There is also much less frequent service (half a dozen trips a day) between Lyskovo and Marakyevo, providing easy access to Makaryev Monastery. Both systems transport passengers and vehicles. Aerial ropeway A unique installation for central Russia, an aerial ropeway spans the Volga, connecting Nizhny Novgorod with Bor. The scenic service is very frequent, although somewhat pricey for such a short distance (80 RUR, as of 2014). See Itineraries Do Eat Drink Stay safe Go next Russia's Golden Ring is nearby and its prominent attractions at Vladimir and Suzdal can be daytripped from Nizhny Novgorod by bus. The next major stops on the Trans-Siberian Railway are Vladimir to the west and Kirov to the east. commons:category:Nizhny Novgorod Oblast wikipedia:Nizhny Novgorod Oblast


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Government.nnov.ru date accessdate 2012-08-13 most of them engaged in the following sectors: *Machine-building and engineering *Chemical & petrochemical *Fuel & energy *Ferrous and non-ferrous metallurgy *Construction materials *Glass *Wood and paper *Cloth-making *Food & food processing *Medical & pharmaceuticals *Printing & publishing. *Peat extraction. These key industries are supplemented by other sectors of the economy such as agriculture, trade


building industry

the lowest level to become the plant's foreman from 1971 to 1974. Silayev then served as Deputy Minister of Aviation Industry, and was later appointed Minister of Aviation Industry (Ministry of Aviation Industry (Soviet Union)) in 1981 in Nikolai Tikhonov's first government (Tikhonov's First Government). He served briefly as Minister of Machine-Tool and Tool Building Industry of the Soviet Union (Ministry of Machine-Tool and Tool Building Industry (Soviet Union)) from 1980 to 1981. At the 26th Congress (26th Congress of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union) Silayev was elected a member of the Central Committee (Central Committee of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union) (CPSU). commons:category:Nizhny Novgorod Oblast wikipedia:Nizhny Novgorod Oblast


scenic service

. Unfortunately, by 2010, most of these services have been cancelled. Ferryboats from downtown Nizhny Novgorod run to Bor across the river (very frequent service). There is also much less frequent service (half a dozen trips a day) between Lyskovo and Marakyevo, providing easy access to Makaryev Monastery. Both systems transport passengers and vehicles. Aerial ropeway A unique installation for central Russia, an aerial ropeway spans the Volga, connecting Nizhny Novgorod with Bor. The scenic

service is very frequent, although somewhat pricey for such a short distance (80 RUR, as of 2014). See Itineraries Do Eat Drink Stay safe Go next Russia's Golden Ring is nearby and its prominent attractions at Vladimir and Suzdal can be daytripped from Nizhny Novgorod by bus. The next major stops on the Trans-Siberian Railway are Vladimir to the west and Kirov to the east. commons:category:Nizhny Novgorod Oblast wikipedia:Nizhny Novgorod Oblast


genre+study

: books.google.com books?id ih4Nus7n6foC ''Contemporary Russian Satire: A Genre Study''. pp. 101-105. ISBN 978-0-521-47515-0. In the early years of his life family moved to Kharkov in the Ukrainian SSR, where Limonov grew up. DATE OF BIRTH February 22, 1943 PLACE OF BIRTH Dzerzhinsk (Dzerzhinsk, Russia), Gorky Oblast (Nizhny Novgorod Oblast), Russian SFSR, DATE OF DEATH File:Импактит Пучеж-Катунского кратера.jpg thumb Shock stationed clay mineral (Speel


service+population

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atomic bomb

: thumb upright Soviet Nuclear physics nuclear physicist (Image:1958 Sakharov Kurchatov.jpg), dissident and human rights activist Andrei Sakharov (left) and Kurchatov in 1958 -- During its formative years, the atomic bomb project (Soviet atomic bomb project) remained a relatively low priority until information from spy Klaus Fuchs and later the destruction of Hiroshima and Nagasaki goaded Stalin into action. Stalin ordered Kurchatov to produce a bomb by 1948, and put


life family

: books.google.com books?id ih4Nus7n6foC ''Contemporary Russian Satire: A Genre Study''. pp. 101-105. ISBN 978-0-521-47515-0. In the early years of his life family moved to Kharkov in the Ukrainian SSR, where Limonov grew up. DATE OF BIRTH February 22, 1943 PLACE OF BIRTH Dzerzhinsk (Dzerzhinsk, Russia), Gorky Oblast (Nizhny Novgorod Oblast), Russian SFSR, DATE OF DEATH thumb Shock stationed clay mineral (Speel) Puchezh-Katunsky meteorite crater in the Moscow museum of astronautics. (File:Импактит Пучеж-Катунского кратера.jpg) '''Puchezh-Katunki''' is a meteor crater (impact crater) in the Chkalovsky District (Chkalovsky District, Nizhny Novgorod Oblast) of Nizhny Novgorod Oblast in Volga Federal District, Russia. It is commons:category:Nizhny Novgorod Oblast wikipedia:Nizhny Novgorod Oblast


production site

production site, and has life expectancies of less than 50 years for both men and women; the city was until very recently closed to foreigners, but is now open for those who wish to see its singular and towering hyperboloid Shukhov Tower on the banks of the Oka River * Kstovo — a small Soviet-era industrial city (petrochemicals), which grew out of on an old village of the same name. Kstovo is home to the World Sambo Academy; an important 18th-century church is in the adjacent village

Nizhny Novgorod Oblast

'''Nizhny Novgorod Oblast''' ( In 1932—1990 it was known as '''Gorky Oblast'''.

The oblast is crossed by the Volga River. Apart from Nizhny Novgorod's metropolitan area, the biggest city is Arzamas. Near the town of Sarov there is the Serafimo-Diveyevsky Monastery, one of the largest convents in Russia, established by Saint Seraphim of Sarov (Seraphim of Sarov). The Makaryev Monastery opposite of the town of Lyskovo (Lyskovo, Nizhny Novgorod Oblast) used to be the location of the largest fair in Eastern Europe. Other historic towns include Gorodets (Gorodets, Nizhny Novgorod Oblast) and Balakhna, located on the Volga to the north from Nizhny Novgorod.

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