Rostov-on-Don

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singing voice

at the age of 16, to a military audience, where she sang everything she knew. She first started singing for Russian soldiers during the Russian Civil War, and debuted as a professional singer in Rostov-on-Don in 1923. She was noted for her peculiar singing voice and timbre, which was a revival of old traditions in which female soloists would perform on festive occasions. Until 1929, she lived


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. The stadium was built in 1930 and was known as ''Rostselmash plant stadium'' before 1996, as ''Rostselmash'' in 1996–2002 and as ''Olimp — 21 vek'' ''(Olympus — 21st century)'' in 2002–2005. The capacity of the stadium peaked at 32,000 in 1950s, when the second tier of stand was built. Today, Baltika is the largest Fast-moving consumer goods producer in Russia and has production facilities in 10 Russian cities (Saint Petersburg, Yaroslavl, Tula (Tula, Russia), Voronezh, Rostov


green field

on stadium stands. Afar the banner is sparkling: "The Cup for Lviv!" On it the traditional Lviv's lion holds the highest of the national football awards. And now, after the reception of the Cup, the winners are walking around the green field of the Luzhniki (Luzhniki Stadium)... Biography Labazanov was born in internal exile in Kazakhstan in 1967 to the Turkxoj ''teip'' (clan). He became an Eastern martial arts expert and served in the Soviet Red Army as a physical training instructor. After leaving the army, he became known as a flamboyant, charismatic and extremely violent gangster. Stockholm International Peace Research Institute and United Nations Research Institute for Social Development, ''Ethnicity, Nationalism and Conflict in and after the Soviet Union'', 1997 James Hughes, ''Chechnya: From Nationalism to Jihad'', 2007 In 1990 he was convicted of murder in Rostov-on-Don and sentenced to death, before escaping from prison in 1991. According to himself, he actually escaped from Grozny pretrial detention center: "During the 1991 coup (1991 Soviet coup d'état attempt), I freed the whole prison, nearly 600 men, ahead of time. They obeyed me." Special to Moskovskiye Novosti: SECOND OPPOSITION LEADER, RUSLAN LABAZANOV, EX-CONVICT AND FORMER HEAD OF PRESIDENT'S BODYGUARDS, RECOUNTS SPLIT WITH DUDAYEV, CALLS CHECHNYA'S FEUD WITH RUSSIA NEEDLESS, ''Moskovskiye Novosti'', August 1994 Commons:Rostov-on-Don Wikipedia:Rostov-on-Don


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of vocational training including colleges, technical schools, specialized schools, Учреждения среднего профессионального образования Ростова-на-Дону ref>


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without further organizational changes. Russia Team relocation in football is rare if not nonexistent. However, one current top-level basketball team has moved twice in the 2000s. The club founded in 1946 as Lokomotiv Mineralnye Vody moved in 2003 to Rostov-on-Don, and then in 2008 to Krasnodar, where it is now known as Lokomotiv-Kuban (PBC Lokomotiv-Kuban). All three of the club's home cities are in adjoining federal subjects (Federal subjects of Russia). # Oktyabrsky


international location

, the Italians resisted until 19 December, when ARMIR headquarters finally ordered the battered divisions to partially withdraw The Soviets never got close to Rostov because of the fierce


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; and schools of general education. Commons:Rostov-on-Don Wikipedia:Rostov-on-Don


huge development

and was completed on 26 April 1958. The first television program was broadcast on 30 April 1958. Color television was first broadcast in 1974. Radio transmission began in Rostov-on-Don on October 17, 1975. In 2009, there were fourteen FM radio stations in Rostov-on-Don. Sports Rostov-on-Don is one of the host cities for 2018 FIFA World Cup. A huge development is planned on the left bank of the Don River, which includes a soccer stadium to host the games during the championship


film productions

, and Sergey Zhigunov (1963). Marion Gering, noted for his stage and film productions in the United States, was born in the city. Architects and artists Architects and artists of the city include Yevgeny Vuchetich, Seyran Khatlamajyan, Ashot Melkonian, Natalia Duritskaya, Martiros Saryan (1880–1972), Roman Chatov (1900–1987) Scientists and adventurers Scientists and explorers include, doctors N. Bogoraz and S. Fedosov, scientists Dmitri Mendeleev, A. S. Popov, L. P. Pavlov, George Sedov (Georgy Sedov) the Arctic Sea explorer, Yakov Frenkel (1894–1952) a solid-state physicist, Svyatoslav Fyodorov (1927–2000), ophthalmologist, Sabina Spielrein (1885–1942), psychoanalyst. Other *Vladimir Shumeyko (1945), political figure *Svetlana Boiko (1972), foil fencer (fencing) *Anatoli Morozov (1973), professional association football player and coach *Alexei Eremenko (1983), Russian-born Finnish professional association football player who currently plays in Kazakhstan *Victoria Lopyreva (1983), model and popular television hostess *Tatiana Kotova (1985), beauty pageant titleholder *Andrei Chikatilo (1936), serial killer Tourist sites and excursions Commons:Rostov-on-Don Wikipedia:Rostov-on-Don


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2008 Cossacks not only reestablished all of their hosts, they also took over police and even administrative duties in their homelands. The Russian military also took advantage of the patriotic feelings among the Cossacks and as the hosts become larger and more organised, has in past turned over some of its surplus technology to them. On par with that, the Cossacks also play a large cultural role in the South of Russia. Since the whole rural population of the Rostov-on-Don, Krasnodar and Stavropol territories, as well as the Autonomous republics of the Northern Caucasus, consists almost exclusively of Cossack descendants (among the ethnic Russian population), the region was always known, even in the Soviet times for its high discipline, low crime and conservative views, like having one of the highest rates of religious attendance and literacy rates. Commons:Rostov-on-Don Wikipedia:Rostov-on-Don

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