Taganrog

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quot technique

the county court in Taganrog, open soon after his death in 1869. Battle of Stalingrad Later in 1942, he led the 35th Guards Tank Brigade from Stalingrad through Borisovo, Vileyka, and Minsk to Vilnius and Riga, and participated in the battles of Rostov (Battle of Rostov) and Taganrog. His brigade liberated the town Pleshinitsy. Aslanov was famous for his "thrust from flank" technique, which was launching an attack by heading straight toward the enemy, while other Soviet troops were sent to attack from the sides. War and its Legacy: General Aslanov '''Alferaki, Achilles Nikolayevich''' ( Wikipedia:Taganrog commons:Таганрог


industry holding

had set in slowing the 1st Panzer Army's advance to "meter by meter". p.95, Haupt, Army Group South This meant that the leading German units did not reach the outskirts of Rostov until mid-November, having lost contact with the Red Army in the meantime. p.101, Haupt, Army Group South The Accent is produced for the Chinese (People's Republic of China) market by Beijing Hyundai Co., a joint venture with Beijing Automotive Industry

Holding Corporation Beijing Automotive Industry Corp . For Russian (Russian Federation) market it is assembled by TagAZ plant in Taganrog. In Mexico, the Accent is marketed by Chrysler as the '''Dodge Attitude''', previously '''Verna by Dodge'''. In Venezuela, Chrysler marketed them as '''Dodge Brisa''' until 2006. The Brisa was assembled by Mitsubishi Motors at its plant in Barcelona (Barcelona, Anzoátegui), Venezuela. Since 2002, the Accent had


art poetry

factory, several buildings, a shop and the steamboat "Saint Nicolas". He was the head of Taganrog synagogue and a founder of a Jewish asylum for the aged. Faina's mother, Milka Rafailovna (née Zagovaylova), was a great admirer of literature and art. That and her passion for Chekhov inluenced Faina's love of art, poetry, music, and theater. There were three other children in the family - two brothers and an older sister named Bella. predecessor assembly Pyungtaek, South Korea Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam Taganrog, Russia Lublin, Poland Wikipedia:Taganrog commons:Таганрог


century early

. By the end of the 18th century, Taganrog lost its primacy as a military base after Crimea and the Sea of Azov were absorbed into the Russian Empire. In 1802, Alexander I (Alexander I of Russia) granted the city special status (Governor of Taganrog), which lasted until 1887. In 1825, the Alexander I Palace in Taganrog was used as the Tsar's summer residence, where he died in November 1825. Taganrog was important as a commercial port. By the end of the 19th century

-early 20th century it was used for the import and export of grain. Belgian and German investors founded a boiler factory, an iron and steel foundry, a leather factory and an oil press factory. By 1911, fifteen foreign consulates had opened in the city. Taganrog History in the 19th century During May–August 1918, the city was occupied by the German troops of the Kaiser Wilhelm II (Wilhelm II, German Emperor). In 1919, General Anton


architectural development

around 35 miles on route M23 to Taganrog. Get around thumb left 250px Taganrog trams (File:Taganrog trams.jpg) * Taganrog's main and most popular public transport is tramway. It has a network of 9 lines. thumb right 250px The network of the Taganrog City Tram (File:TaganrogTramSystem.png) See There are eight museums in the city: Alferaki Palace, Taganrog Museum of Art, Birth house of Anton Chekhov memorial museum, Taganrog City Architectural Development Museum, Ivan Vasilenko


good international

is to take a flight to the larger, which have good international connections with Europe. By train Reaching Taganrog by rail usually requires a change of trains in Rostov-on-the-Don which is an important rail hub. A few direct trains heading to the Black Sea cost makes stop-overs here but they are usually only running during summer season. However, commuter trains from Rostov-on-the-Don departs hourly during the day with a journey time of just two hours. By bus There is also a developed network of shuttle bus service from Rostov-on-the-Don and other neighboring cities and villages of Rostov Oblast and across the border from Ukraine. By car * When traveling from Moscow, take federal route M4 up to Rostov-on-the-Don, after Rostov take route Е58-М23 in direction of Taganrog (around 45 miles). * When traveling from the Ukraine, pass through Mariupol, Novoazovsk and cross the border checkpoint at Novoazovsk. After the Ukainian Russian border, go around 35 miles on route M23 to Taganrog. Get around thumb left 250px Taganrog trams (File:Taganrog trams.jpg) * Taganrog's main and most popular public transport is tramway. It has a network of 9 lines. thumb right 250px The network of the Taganrog City Tram (File:TaganrogTramSystem.png) See There are eight museums in the city: Alferaki Palace, Taganrog Museum of Art, Birth house of Anton Chekhov memorial museum, Taganrog City Architectural Development Museum, Ivan Vasilenko Museum, Chekhov Gymnasium, Anatoly Durov Museum, The Chekhov Shop. Do Theaters thumb 250px Taganrog Chekhov Drama Theater (File:Taganrog Theater-2008.jpg) * Wikipedia:Taganrog commons:Таганрог


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, and his father was a Greek (Greeks) shoemaker Ivan Khristoforovich Kuindzhi (sometimes spelt Emendzhi). Arkhip was six years old when he lost his parents, so that he was forced to make his living, working at the church building site, grazing domestic animals, and working at the corn merchant's shop. During the five years, from 1860 to 1865, Arkhip Kuindzhi worked as retoucher in the photo studio of Isakovich in Taganrog. Kuindzhi tried to open his own photographer's studio

, but without success. After that Kuindzhi left Taganrog for Saint Petersburg. Arkhip Kuindzhi was born in January 1841 in Mariupol (present-day Ukraine), but he spent his youth in the city of Taganrog. He grew up in a poor family, and his father was a Greek (Greeks) shoemaker Ivan Khristoforovich Kuindzhi (sometimes spelt Emendzhi). Arkhip was six years old when he lost his parents, so that he was forced to make his living, working at the church building site, grazing domestic

was a Greek (Greeks) shoemaker Ivan Khristoforovich Kuindzhi (sometimes spelt Emendzhi). Arkhip was six years old when he lost his parents, so that he was forced to make his living, working at the church building site, grazing domestic animals, and working at the corn merchant's shop. During the five years, from 1860 to 1865, Arkhip Kuindzhi worked as retoucher in the photo studio of Isakovich in Taganrog. Kuindzhi tried to open his own photographer's studio, but without success. After


family

Kutuzov *Yegor Petrovich Tolstoy (Yegor Tolstoy) (1802–1874), lieutenant-general, governor of Taganrog and Kaluga, senator *Nikolai Matveyevich Tolstoy (1802–1879), full general of infantry, grandfather of Anna Vyrubova Early life Felix Dzerzhinsky was born into a purported Polish (Poland) ''szlachta'' (noble) family of the Samson coat of arms on 11 September 1877. His father, Edmund-Rufin Dzerzhinsky graduated from the Saint Petersburg University and worked

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the Danube and the Black Sea through southern Russia via Taganrog, Tsaritsyn, and Astrakhan. Biography He was born in the remote area of Iskandar (Iskandar, Tashkent) in Tashkent Province, Uzbekistan. He changed his surname from Krysin when he married to honor his wife's family, which was noble kin of the descendants of the medieval Kazakh khan Jani Beg (Russianized as Dzhanibek). His family moved to Tashkent soon after his birth. In 1960 he entered


education published

of 1970s-1990s one can recall the first official programs of film and media education, published by Ministry of Education, increasing interest of Ph.D. to media education, experimental theoretic and practical work on media education by O.Baranov (Tver), S.Penzin (Voronezh), G.Polichko, U.Rabinovich (Kurgan), Y.Usov (Moscow), Aleksandr Fyodorov (Aleksandr Viktorovich Fyodorov) (Taganrog), A.Sharikov (Moscow) and others. The important events in media education development in Russia


international art

accessdate 2011-09-09 designer Giorgetto Giugiaro birth_date birth_place Taganrog, Russia death_date Awardwinning artworks * '''Cheers to the Victory''' - Winner of Taganrog Art Contest dedicated to V-Day in Taganrog in May 1995. * '''Karma Hat''': Fine A Prize for selected works – Fine A Prize for selected works – 9th International Art Photo Contest – May 2003, Japan. DATE OF BIRTH 1 July 1963 PLACE

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