Tuapse

What is Tuapse known for?


refineries

island, Siberia, Timan-Pechora field and southern Russia, including Chechnya. It owns and operates two refineries. The refinery in Tuapse, on the Black Sea, focuses on refining high-gravity oil from western Siberia. Another plant in Komsomolsk-on-Amur is the easternmost refinery in Russia. The Komsomolsk Refinery benefits from its technological integration with Nakhodkanefteprodukt, while the Tuapse Refinery is noted for its favorable location on the Black Sea

around 15% of the shares are in free float. Overview Rosneft conducts oil and gas exploration and production activities on Sakhalin island, Siberia, Timan-Pechora field and southern Russia, including Chechnya. It owns and operates two refineries. The refinery in Tuapse, on the Black Sea, focuses on refining high-gravity oil from western Siberia


military education

200px General Mazniashvili Mazniashvili was born in 1872 in the village Sasireti (present day Shida Kartli region, Georgia; then part of the Imperial Russia). Having taken a proper military education, he was later promoted to general of the Russian army. Wounded in the Russo-Japanese war (1904–1905), he was visited at a hospital by the Tsar Nicholas II, who awarded him St George’s Cross (St George's Cross) and invited the general to the palace. He fought also on the battlefields of the World War I, but returned to Georgia after the February Revolution, 1917. He formed two national divisions and secured the capital Tbilisi from the chaotically retreating and increasingly Bolshevist Russian soldiers. In April 1918, he successfully defended the southwestern province Guria from the Ottoman (Ottoman Empire) offensive winning a victory on the Choloki River. In June 1918, he served as a governor general of Abkhazia and crushed there a pro-Bolshevik revolt; then he took Gagra, Sochi and Tuapse in the first phase of the Sochi conflict. From October to December 1918, he served as a governor general of Tbilisi. During the December Georgian-Armenian war 1918, he was appointed a commander-in-chief and successfully defended the Georgian borders from the troops of General Dro. In 1919 he served as a governor general of Akhaltsikhe and Akhalkalaki and was moved, on October 6, 1920, as a commandant in Tbilisi. During the Soviet (Russian Soviet Federative Socialist Republic) invasion (Red Army invasion of Georgia) of February 1921, he repulsed the Red Army from the Soghanlughi heights at the outskirts of Tbilisi. The war, however, was lost. Mazniashvili did not follow the country’s leaders in exile, but mobilized the remnants of the Georgian armed forces to recover the Black Sea city of Batumi from the Turkish (Turkey) occupation, March 1921. The newly established Soviet government of Georgia (Georgian SSR) declared him outlaw, but later offered him a nominal post in the Red Army. In 1923, during the Red Terror, he was arrested and exiled to Persia whence he moved to France. Subsequently many claimed, though apparently unfairly, that it was him who informed the Soviets about the planned national uprising in Georgia (1924). In a few years, he was allowed to return and he lived in his native village Sasireti, far from political life. During the Great Purges, however, he was arrested and executed without a trial, 1937. In the 1950s, Mazniashvili's son, a World War II veteran of the Soviet army, submitted a request for a political rehabilitation (rehabilitation (Soviet)) of his father, but it was turned down by the authorities. Ministry of Internal Affairs of Georgia (July 2008), ''The Archival Bulletin'' #2, pp. 10-15 Soldiers Memories (In Georgian) '' History The Orylonok camp was established on July 12, 1960 by the decision of the Council of Ministers of the Russian SFSR (March 27, 1959). It is located on the Black Sea coast near the town Tuapse, Krasnodar Krai, Russian SFSR, at wikipedia:Tuapse Commons:Tuapse


making significant

films, including ''Vykrutasy'', and the upcoming American silent movie ''Silent Life'' (2012). - Tuapse Туапсе Krasnodar Krai - *Pakistan: Islamabad, Peshawar, Muzaffarabad, Quetta, Mardan *Russia: Sochi, Tuapse, Gelendzhik. *Philippines: Baguio, Batanes, Sagada, Tagaytay Russian forces were making significant gains into Ottoman territory during the Caucasus Campaign. In an attempt to prevent further advances by the Russian army, ''Yavuz'' rushed 429 officers and men, a mountain artillery battery, machine gun and aviation units, 1,000 rifles, and 300 cases of munitions to Trebizond on 4 February. Halpern, p. 241 On 4 March, the Russian navy landed a detachment of some 2,100 men, along with mountain guns and horses, on either side of the port of Atina (Pazar). The Turks were caught by surprise and forced to evacuate. Halpern, p. 240 Another landing took place at Kavata Bay, some 5 miles east of Trebizond, in June. Halpern, pp. 243–244 In late June, the Turks counterattacked and penetrated around 20 miles into the Russian lines. ''Yavuz'' and ''Midilli'' conducted a series of coastal operations to support the Turkish attacks. On 4 July, ''Yavuz'' shelled the port of Tuapse, where she sank a steamer and a motor schooner. Halpern, pp. 244–245 The Turkish ships sailed northward to circle back behind the Russians before the two Russian dreadnoughts left Sevastopol to try to attack them. They then returned to the Bosphorus, Halpern, p. 245 where ''Yavuz'' was docked for repairs to her propeller shafts until September. Langensiepen and Güleryüz, p. 51 Earlier plans also include building combined cycle (steam and gas) power stations near the cities of Tuapse and Novorossiysk and construction of a cable-wire powerline, partially on the floor of the Black Sea. The power capacities of the Sochi region will increase before the Olympics by a factor of four. RBC, 6 July 2007 wikipedia:Tuapse Commons:Tuapse


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at Kavata Bay, some 5 miles east of Trebizond, in June. Halpern, pp. 243–244 In late June, the Turks counterattacked and penetrated around 20 miles into the Russian lines. ''Yavuz'' and ''Midilli'' conducted a series of coastal operations to support the Turkish attacks. On 4 July, ''Yavuz'' shelled the port of Tuapse, where she sank a steamer and a motor schooner. Halpern, pp. 244–245 The Turkish ships sailed northward to circle


young award

in Russia forms the ''Mediterranean Floristic Region'', which belongs to the Tethyan Subkingdom of the Boreal Kingdom and is enclosed between the Circumboreal (Circumboreal Region), Irano-Turanian (Irano-Turanian Region), Saharo-Arabian (Saharo-Arabian Region) and Macaronesian (Macaronesian Region) floristic regions (phytochorion). *Fernando Valenzuela became first rookie to win the Cy Young Award, given to the best pitcher in Major League Baseball as voted by the Baseball Writers Association of America. Valenzuela received 70 points overall based on 5 for first place, 3 for second and 1 for third, finishing ahead of Tom Seaver by the margin of a single second-place vote. "Fernando Is First Rookie to Win Cy Young Award", ''Los Angeles Times'', November 12, 1981, p1 *'''Born:''' Guillaume, Hereditary Grand Duke of Luxembourg, heir apparent to the throne since 2000; Natalie Glebova, Russian-born Canadian beauty queen, Miss Universe in 2005, in Tuapse, USSR; and Jyothika, Indian Tamil film actress, in Mumbai '''Aleksandr Anatolyevich Yeryshov''' ( wikipedia:Tuapse Commons:Tuapse


excellent study

30E3022B30 Soldiers Memories (In Georgian) '' History The Orylonok camp was established on July 12, 1960 by the decision of the Council of Ministers of the Russian SFSR (March 27, 1959). It is located on the Black Sea coast near the town Tuapse, Krasnodar Krai, Russian SFSR, at . Orlyonok was intended for Russian (Russian SFSR) children who were notable for excellent study, prize winners at various Soviet Student Olympiads


popular battle

(camp) All-Union Young Pioneer camp ''Artek'' (near Gurzuf), republican camps: ''Orlyonok'' (near Tuapse, Russian SFSR, opened in 1960), ''Okean'' (near Vladivostok, Russian SFSR, opened in 1983) ''Molodaya Gvardiya'' (near Odessa, Ukrainian SSR) and ''Zubryonok'' (in Minsk Oblast (Minsk Province (Belarus)), Byelorussian SSR). It was very difficult to apply for accommodation to the main camps, especially to Artek, as they were very popular

. Battle for the oilfields Meanwhile in the southeast, the ''Wehrmacht'' headed in the direction of Grozny and Baku, the other important petroleum centres. More installations and industrial centres fell into German hands, many intact or only slightly damaged during the Russian retreat from the area. In August–September the Taman Peninsula and a part of the Novorossisk naval base were taken. Antill (2007), pp. 13–14. Thereafter, the Germans continued their advance toward Tuapse along the Black Sea coast. In the east, Elista was taken on 13 August. Schramm (1963), p. 583. Further south, the German advance stalled north of Grozny, after taking the town of Mozdok (Mozdok, Republic of North Ossetia-Alania) on 25 August. Schramm (1963), p. 639. German paratroopers assisted a raging insurgency in Chechnya (1940–1944 insurgency in Chechnya#German support), operating behind the Soviet lines. wikipedia:Tuapse Commons:Tuapse


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by the Baseball Writers Association of America. Valenzuela received 70 points overall based on 5 for first place, 3 for second and 1 for third, finishing ahead of Tom Seaver by the margin of a single second-place vote. "Fernando Is First Rookie to Win Cy Young Award", ''Los Angeles Times'', November 12, 1981, p1 *'''Born:''' Guillaume, Hereditary Grand Duke of Luxembourg, heir apparent to the throne since 2000; Natalie Glebova, Russian-born Canadian


political life

Soviet government of Georgia declared him outlaw, but later offered him a nominal post in the Red Army. In 1923, during the Red Terror, he was arrested and exiled to Persia whence he moved to France. Subsequently many claimed, though apparently unfairly, that it was him who informed the Soviets about the planned national uprising in Georgia (1924). In a few years, he was allowed to return and he lived in his native village Sasireti, far from political life. During the Great Purges, however, he was arrested and executed without a trial, 1937. In the 1950s, Mazniashvili's son, a World War II veteran of the Soviet army, submitted a request for a political rehabilitation (rehabilitation (Soviet)) of his father, but it was turned down by the authorities. Ministry of Internal Affairs of Georgia (July 2008), ''The Archival Bulletin'' #2, pp. 10-15 Soldiers Memories (In Georgian) '' History The Orylonok camp was established on July 12, 1960 by the decision of the Council of Ministers of the Russian SFSR (March 27, 1959). It is located on the Black Sea coast near the town Tuapse, Krasnodar Krai, Russian SFSR, at wikipedia:Tuapse Commons:Tuapse


massive gold

Milla was named. Her paternal grandfather, Bogdan Jovović, was a commander in the Pristina military area, and later investigated finances in the military areas of Skopje and Sarajevo, where he uncovered massive gold embezzlement. He was punished for refusing to convict a friend of the crime. Later, the government briefly imprisoned him in Goli otok for refusing to testify. When he feared that he could be arrested again, he escaped to Albania and later moved to Kiev

Tuapse

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Tuapse is a sea port and the northern center of a resort zone which extends south to Sochi.

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