Pyatigorsk

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extremely large

. The Aeolian harp is a small stone pavilion in the classical style, constructed by the brothers Bernardacci in 1828. Diana's grotto was built in 1830, in honor of the first ascent of Mount Elbrus. Pyatigorsk is well known in the Caucasus region for its excellent restaurants and nightlife, as well as for its extremely large marketplace. A major thoroughfare is known to locals as "Broadway", which runs through the center of the city, and on which most of the best restaurants, nightclubs, and attractions are located. Broadway is also a popular spot for people watching. The influence of the Caucasus region is felt here most noticeably in the music and cuisine, which incorporate aspects of many former Soviet republics such as Armenia. Pyatigorsk features prominently in Jonathan Littell's 2009 novel, ''The Kindly Ones'' (The Kindly Ones (Littell novel)). Honors Asteroid 2192 Pyatigoriya discovered in 1972 by Soviet (Soviet Union) astronomer Tamara Smirnova (Tamara Mikhaylovna Smirnova) is named after the city. was a Soviet Russian chess Grandmaster (International Grandmaster) in both over-the-board and correspondence chess, an International Arbiter, trainer, and chess author. Bondarevsky shared the 1940 Soviet title, and later coached (Coach (sport)) World Champion Boris Spassky.


scale quot

Radzinsky , "it became a common practice to take a husband hostage and wait for his wife to come and purchase his life with her body". During Decossackization, there were massacres, according to historian Robert Gellately, "on an unheard of scale." The Pyatigorsk Cheka organized a "day of Red Terror" to execute 300 people in one day, and took quotas from each part of town. According to the Chekist Karl Lander


bravery including

. On return from captivity, he moved to St. Petersburg. Trumpeldor subsequently received four decorations for bravery including the Cross of St. George, which made him the most decorated Jewish soldier in Russia. In 1906 he became the first Jew in the army to receive an officer's commission. DATE OF BIRTH December 1, 1880 PLACE OF BIRTH Pyatigorsk, Russia DATE OF DEATH March 1, 1920 At the end of August they left Pyatigorsk and arrived in fortress Groznaya


record low

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incorporating

, the Cheka in Kislovodsk, "for lack of a better idea," killed all the patients in the hospital. In October 1920 alone more than 6,000 people were executed. Gellately adds that Communist leaders "sought to justify their ethnic-based massacres by incorporating them into the rubric of the 'class struggle . Robert Gellately. ''Lenin, Stalin, and Hitler: The Age of Social Catastrophe'' Knopf, 2007 ISBN


century dance

died of virulent smallpox in Pyatigorsk. Garafola, Lynn. ''Legacies of Twentieth-Century Dance.'' Wesleyan University Press: Middletown, CT, 2005 In 1876 Petipa married the ballerina Lyubov Savitskaya, who before she married Petipa had given birth to their first child. Together, they had six children: Nadezhda Mariusovna Petipa (1874–1945), Evgeniia Mariusovna Petipa (1877–1892), Victor Mariusovich Petipa (1879–1939), Lyubov Mariusovna Petipa (1880–1917), Marius

Mariusovich Petipa II (1884–1922), and Vera Mariusovna Petipa (1885–1961). Garafola, Lynn. ''Legacies of Twentieth-Century Dance.'' Wesleyan University Press: Middletown, CT, 2005 p.35-38 With so many children, Petipa stood at the head of a large family by the time he had reached his 70s, having many grandchildren, in-laws, and god-children (Godparent). Although he was well provided for at the expense of the Imperial treasury, he was not rich, and lived strictly within


small stone

. The Aeolian harp is a small stone pavilion in the classical style, constructed by the brothers Bernardacci in 1828. Diana's grotto was built in 1830, in honor of the first ascent of Mount Elbrus. Pyatigorsk is well known in the Caucasus region for its excellent restaurants and nightlife, as well as for its extremely large marketplace. A major thoroughfare is known to locals as "Broadway", which runs through the center of the city, and on which most of the best restaurants, nightclubs, and attractions are located. Broadway is also a popular spot for people watching. The influence of the Caucasus region is felt here most noticeably in the music and cuisine, which incorporate aspects of many former Soviet republics such as Armenia. Pyatigorsk features prominently in Jonathan Littell's 2009 novel, ''The Kindly Ones'' (The Kindly Ones (Littell novel)). Honors Asteroid 2192 Pyatigoriya discovered in 1972 by Soviet (Soviet Union) astronomer Tamara Smirnova (Tamara Mikhaylovna Smirnova) is named after the city. was a Soviet Russian chess Grandmaster (International Grandmaster) in both over-the-board and correspondence chess, an International Arbiter, trainer, and chess author. Bondarevsky shared the 1940 Soviet title, and later coached (Coach (sport)) World Champion Boris Spassky.


modern music

and urban-type settlements Goryachevodsky, Svobody are located on the Podkumok River. History Growing up in Pyatigorsk, Russia, lead singer Angelina Moysova was musically inspired by her family: her mother played traditional folk gypsy music while her brother played modern music. Immigrated to America in 1993, in 1999 she formed Persephone's Bees with Tom Ayres (who plays guitar), Paul Bertolino (drums), and Bart Davenport (bass). The band has featured several bass players including Mike Ferrel, Ethan Parsonage, and Phil Costello. '''Tsentral'ny Stadium''' is a multi-purpose stadium in Pyatigorsk, Russia. It is currently used mostly for football (football (soccer)) matches and is the home stadium of FC Terek Grozny. The stadium holds 10,365 people.. The Pyatigorsk Cheka organized a "day of Red Terror" to execute 300 people in one day. They ordered local Communist Party organizations to draw up execution lists. According to one of the chekists (Chekism), "this rather unsatisfactory method led to a great deal of private settling of old scores... In Kislovodsk, for lack of a better idea, it was decided to kill people who were in the hospital." Many Cossack towns were burned to the ground, and all survivors deported on the orders by Sergo Ordzhonikidze who was head of the Revolutionary Committee of the Northern Caucasus. The files of Sergo Ordzhonikidze include documents which detail such operations. On the 23rd of October he ordered: 200px right (File:Replace this image male.svg) '''Igor Zakharovich Bondarevsky''' ( was a Soviet Russian chess Grandmaster (International Grandmaster) in both over-the-board and correspondence chess, an International Arbiter, trainer, and chess author. Bondarevsky shared the 1940 Soviet title, and later coached (Coach (sport)) World Champion Boris Spassky.


classical style

. The Aeolian harp is a small stone pavilion in the classical style, constructed by the brothers Bernardacci in 1828. Diana's grotto was built in 1830, in honor of the first ascent of Mount Elbrus. Pyatigorsk is well known in the Caucasus region for its excellent restaurants and nightlife, as well as for its extremely large marketplace. A major thoroughfare is known to locals as "Broadway", which runs through the center of the city, and on which most of the best restaurants, nightclubs, and attractions are located. Broadway is also a popular spot for people watching. The influence of the Caucasus region is felt here most noticeably in the music and cuisine, which incorporate aspects of many former Soviet republics such as Armenia. Pyatigorsk features prominently in Jonathan Littell's 2009 novel, ''The Kindly Ones'' (The Kindly Ones (Littell novel)). Honors Asteroid 2192 Pyatigoriya discovered in 1972 by Soviet (Soviet Union) astronomer Tamara Smirnova (Tamara Mikhaylovna Smirnova) is named after the city. was a Soviet Russian chess Grandmaster (International Grandmaster) in both over-the-board and correspondence chess, an International Arbiter, trainer, and chess author. Bondarevsky shared the 1940 Soviet title, and later coached (Coach (sport)) World Champion Boris Spassky.


classical style'

. The Aeolian harp is a small stone pavilion in the classical style, constructed by the brothers Bernardacci in 1828. Diana's grotto was built in 1830, in honor of the first ascent of Mount Elbrus. Pyatigorsk is well known in the Caucasus region for its excellent restaurants and nightlife, as well as for its extremely large marketplace. A major thoroughfare is known to locals as "Broadway", which runs through the center of the city, and on which most of the best restaurants, nightclubs, and attractions are located. Broadway is also a popular spot for people watching. The influence of the Caucasus region is felt here most noticeably in the music and cuisine, which incorporate aspects of many former Soviet republics such as Armenia. Pyatigorsk features prominently in Jonathan Littell's 2009 novel, ''The Kindly Ones'' (The Kindly Ones (Littell novel)). Honors Asteroid 2192 Pyatigoriya discovered in 1972 by Soviet (Soviet Union) astronomer Tamara Smirnova (Tamara Mikhaylovna Smirnova) is named after the city. was a Soviet Russian chess Grandmaster (International Grandmaster) in both over-the-board and correspondence chess, an International Arbiter, trainer, and chess author. Bondarevsky shared the 1940 Soviet title, and later coached (Coach (sport)) World Champion Boris Spassky.

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