Ufa

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historical part

Hotel and Azimut, but the best are Eurasia Hotel, President Hotel and Bashkortostan Hotel as they are the most comfortable. President Hotel is located in the city but in the forest zone. Bashkortostan Hotel located in the historical part of the city on Lenina Street. Lime Ufa offers short term apartments. Go next wikipedia:Ufa commons:Уфа


main religious

of the Intercession of the Theotokos (Покровская церковь) File:Крестовоздвиженская церковь, вид с жд перехода.JPG Church of the Feasts of the Cross (Крестовоздвиженская церковь) File:Ljalja-Tjulpan.jpg Lyalya Tyolpan Mosque (Lala Tulpan) File:Hamza3.JPG Hamza Hadgi Mosque File:UfaBashkirMosque.jpg Old Mosque (Old Mosque, Ufa) The main religious confession (Confession (religion))s in the city are Islam (Sunni) and Orthodox Christianity (Eastern Orthodox Church).


religious people

for the majority of Bashkir and Tatar. Most Russians, Chuvash and Ukrainians are Orthodox Christians. Most Mari are Pagan. Non-religious people form a substantial part of any ethnic group in Bashkortostan. There are 13,000 Jews in the republic, with a historic synagogue in Ufa, and a new Jewish Community Center built in 2008. "Bashkortostan Jews Centered", ''Dateline World Jewry'', World Jewish Congress, July August 2008 *M1 (Russian route M1): Smolensk - Moscow *M5 (Russian route M5): Moscow - Ryazan - Penza - Samara (Samara, Russia) - Ufa - Chelyabinsk *M51 (Russian route M51): Chelyabinsk - Kurgan (Kurgan, Kurgan Oblast) - Omsk Sukhomlynsky was born in a peasant family in the village of Omelnyk, Vasyliv volost of Olexandria uyezd (today Onufriyiv Raion of Kirovohrad Oblast in Ukraine). In 1933 he finished a sever-year school of primary education after which his mother escorted him to Kremenchuk where he enrolled into a local medical college (tekhnikum). However he quit the medical school and enrolled into ''Robitfak'' which he finished in short term. In 1935 he started to work as a teacher not far from his native village. In 1938 Sukhomlynsky enrolled into the Poltava Pedagogical Institute out of which he graduated the same year. Upon graduation he returned to native lands where he worked as a teacher of the Ukrainian language and literature (Ukrainian literature) in the Onufriyiv middle school. During World War II he volunteered to the front-lines (Battle of Smolensk (1941)) in 1941 and as a ''junior politruk'' was severely wounded in January 1942 during the defense of Moscow (Battle of Moscow). He was transferred to a military hospital in the Ural mountains where he continued his medical treatment. During that time he continuously requested his return to the front-lines while the medical commission could not recognize him even conditionally available for that. He was appointed a principal of a middle school in Ufa. In 1944 when the native lands were liberate of the Nazi Germany he was appointed as a director of the Regional People's Education (RAINO). In 1947, he became a principal of the Pavlysh Secondary School in the town of Palysh, Onufriyiv Raion (upon his own request) — a post he held to the end of his life. Initially it comprised only Tatars and Bashkirs in the former Kazan and Ufa governorates, although other, non-Muslim and non-Turkic, nations of the area joined in a few months later: the Komi peoples, Mari (Mari people), and Udmurts, who speak Finnic languages (Finno-Permic languages) and practise either Orthodox Christianity (Eastern Orthodox Church) or shamanism. wikipedia:Ufa commons:Уфа


legal+connection

of the Khanate of Sibir incursion into Siberia . Yermak crossed the Urals from the Chusovaya to the Tagil (Tagil River) around 1581. In 1597 Babinov's road was built across the Urals from Solikamsk to the valley of the Tura (Tura River), where the town of Verkhoturye (Upper Tura) was founded in 1598. Customs was established in Verkhoturye shortly thereafter and the road was made the only legal connection between European Russia and Siberia for a long time. In 1648 the town of Kungur


complex analysis

are among the best Russian schools in Applied Mathematics and Pure Mathematics, particularly, in the fields of asymptotic and perturbation methods as well as analytical function theory and complex analysis. birth_date 31 May 1862 birth_place Ufa, Russian Empire death_date 18 October 1942 '''Mikhail Vasilyevich Nesterov''' ( , Ufa – 18 October 1942, Moscow) was a major representative


based social

, during the 13th-century domination by the Golden Horde. Russians arrived in the mid-16th century, founding the city of Ufa, now the republic's capital. Numerous local uprisings broke out in opposition to the settlement of larger Russian populations in the centuries that followed. The Bashkirs finally give up nomadic life in the 19th century, adopting the agricultural lifestyle that remains their primary means of support. The traditional clan-based social structure has largely


largest independent

and Artillery Science. Kvashnin had previously served as commander of the North Brief details After opening as an American style brewery restaurant in 1998 in St Petersburg, Tinkoff expanded to become Russia's fourth largest independent brewery, opening a 2 million hectoliter state-of-the-art brewery in 2002 in Pushkin (Pushkin (town)) near St Petersburg. The company opened several more brewpubs across Russia. By 2005 the company had ten brewpubs, a firm and growing share of the market


winning bass

and former Minister of Economic Development of Russia, born and grew up in Ufa *Igor Kravchuk (born 1966), Alexander Semak (born 1966), Andrei Zyuzin (born 1978), Andrei Zubarev (born 1987), ice hockey players *Andrey Gubin (born 1974), pop singer, born in Ufa *Zemfira (born 1976), rock musician, born, grew up and made her career in Ufa *Ildar Abdrazakov (born 1976), Grammy Award-winning bass opera singer, born in Ufa, Ufa Academy of Arts graduate *Maxim Tchoudov (born


young life'

in Appleton's young life seeing that he studied piano, encouraging him to compose music and taking him to multiple concerts. Appleton's parents were true believers in the Soviet Union and active members of the multiple left-wing organizations including the Communist party. In the 1950s both his parents were blacklisted (Hollywood blacklist) by the House Un-American Activities Committee and lost their jobs. As a child Appleton studied piano with Jacob Gimpel and Theodore Saidenberg but preferred composing his own music rather than playing the works assigned to him (e.g. Chopin, Scarlatti, Prokofiev). However, he developed a deep, lifelong affection for Russian music (Music of Russia). *35px link European route E20 (File:Tabliczka E20.svg) - wikipedia:Ufa commons:Уфа


current local

class "wikitable" - ! Club !! Sport !! Founded !! Current League !! League Rank !! Stadium - Salavat Yulaev Ufa Ice Hockey 1961 Kontinental Hockey League 1st Ufa Arena - Tolpar Ufa Ice Hockey 2009 Minor Hockey League Jr. 1st Ice Palace Salavat Yulaev - Agidel Ufa Ice Hockey 2010 Women's Ice Hockey Championship 1st Ice Palace Salavat Yulaev - FC Ufa Football (Association Football) 2010 Russian Premier League Promoted Dynamo Stadium (Dynamo Stadium (Ufa)) - Ural Ufa Volleyball 1992 Volleyball Super League (Russian Volleyball Super League) 1st Dynamo Sports Palace - Ufimochka-USPTU Volleyball 1970 Women's Volleyball Super League 1st Dynamo Sports Palace Education and science Educational institutions include: *Bashkir State University * Ufa State Aviation Technical

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