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Lomonosov, Mikhail Vasilyevich (1711-1765), a scientist, literary man
Lomonosov, Mikhail Vasilyevich (1711-1765), a scientist, poet, enlightener, honorary member of the Academy of Arts (1763). Lomonosov learned at the Slavonic-Greek-Latin Academy in Moscow during 1731-1735, from 1735 he learned at the Academic... more

"Luzhskaya Gazeta" ("The Newspaper of Luga"), a newspaper

"Luzhskaya pravda" ("Luga Truth"), a newspaper
"Luzhskaya pravda" ("The Luga Truth") (73 Kirov Street, Luga Town), a social and political newspaper of the Luga District. The newspaper was founded on Aprill 11, 1918 as "Bulletin of the Luga Soviet of Deputies". During 1920-1960 the newspaper... more

"Luzhskaya tipografiya" ("Luga Printing House"), GP (a state enterprise)

"Luzhskaya zhizn" ("The Life of Luga Town"), a newspaper

"Luzhsky Listok" ("Luga Bulletin"), a newspaper

"Magnit" ("Magnet"), TV company

Mass Media
The Mass Media. The Leningrad Oblast Mass Media system formed little by little. In the early 20th century newspapers and magazines appeared in the Leningrad Oblast (see the article "Periodical Press"), in the 1920s the Radio appeared (see the... more

Mass Media Union of the Leningrad Oblast, the
The Mass Media Union of the Leningrad Oblast (Priozersk Town, Sovetskaya Street., 6),non-governmental not-for-profit organization consisting of thirty leading mass media of the Leningrad Oblast.Founded in 2002,founders-the oblast newspaper ... more

Maykov, Apollon Nikolayevich (1821 - 1897), a literary man
Maykov, Apollon Nikolayevich (1821 - 1897), a poet, prosaist, Corresponding Member of the Petersburg Academy of Sciences (1853), Privy Councillor (1883). A.N. Maykov graduated from the faculty of law of the Petersburg Universitet in 1841. From 1844... more

Merezhkovsky, Dmitry Sergeyevich (1866-1941), a literary man
Merezhkovsky, Dmitry Sergeyevich (1866-1941), a literary man, religious philosopher. D.S. Merezhkovsky graduated from the Historic and Philological Faculty of the St. Petersburg University in 1888. In 1889 Merezhkovsky married Z.N. Gippius.... more

"Mestnaya vlast" ("The Local Authorities"), the supplement for the newspaper "Trudovaya slava" ("The Labour Fame")

Mikhaylovsky, Nikolay Konstantinovich (1842-1904), a literary man
Mikhaylovsky, Nikolay Konstantinovich (1842-1904), a critic, publicist, sociologist, publig figure. He learned at the Military School of Mines during 1856-1862, attended lectures at the Faculty of Law of the St. Petersburg Iniversity. Mikhaylovsky... more

"Mir bozhy" ("God's World"), a newspaper

Nabokov, Vladimir Vladimirovich (1899- 1977), a literary man
Nabokov, Vladimir Vladimirovich (1899- 1977), a writer, translator, literary critic. V.V. Nabokov got the homw education, from 1911 he attended at the Tenishevsky College, in summer he lived in the family estates in the Gatchina Uyezd of the St.... more

Nadson, Semyon Yakovlevich (1862 - 1887), a poet
Nadson, Semyon Yakovlevich (1862 - 1887), a poet. He graduated from the Second Military High School in 1879 and the Paul Military College in St. Petersburg in 1882. During 1882-1884 Nadson was a first lieutenant of the 148 Caspian Infantry Regiment... more

"Nash gorod" ("Our Town"), a weekly

"Nasha shkola" ("Our School"), a magazine

Nekrasov, Nikolay Alekseyevich (1821-1877), a poet
Nekrasov, Nikolay Alekseyevich (1821-1877/78), a poet. Nekrasov attended the Yaroslavl High School during 1832-1837, but he did not gaduated from it. From 1838 Nekrasov lived in St. Petersburg, he was an external student of the university, earned... more

"Nevskaya Zarya" ("Neva Dawn"), a newspaper
"Nevskaya Zarya" ("The Neva Dawn") (44 Vsevolozhsk Prospekt, Vsevolozhsk Town, an informational and analytical newspaper of the Vsevolozhsk District. The newspaper was founded on September 23, 1936 as the organ of the Towm Committee of the... more

"Nevsky istok" ("The Neva Source"), a newspaper

"Niva" , a magazine

"Novaya Vyborgskaya Gazeta" ("The New Vyborg Newspaper"), a newspaper
"Novaya Vyborgskaya Gazeta" ("The New Vyborg Newspaper"), (house 35, Krepostnaya Street, Vyborg Town). The newspaper was founded by the municipal TV company "Magnit" (Magnet) in February 1999, after stopping the broadcasting of the TV company in the... more

Novikov, Nikolay Ivanovich (1744-1818), a literary man
Novikov, Nikolay Ivanovich (1744-1818), a writer, journalist, publisher. He attended the High School at the Moscow University during 1756-1759. From 1762 Novikov surved in the Life Guard Izmailovsky Regiment. During 1767-1768 Novikov was the... more

Novikov-Priboy, Aleksey Silych (1877-1944), a writer
Novikov-Priboy, Aleksey Silych (Silantyevich) (the real last name is Novikov; 1877-1944), a writer. He graduated from the parish school in Anayevo village of the Tambov Gubernia; during 1900-1903 he attended a Sunday school in Kronstdadt. From... more

"Novy put" ("The New Way"), a newspaper
"Novy put" ("The New Way") (32-a, Komsomolskaya Street, Boksitogorsk Town), a weekly newspaper of the Boksitigorsk District. It was founded on Febtuary 11, 1953 as the organ of the City Committee of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union and the... more

"Octyabrskaya Magistral" ("The October railway"), a newspaper

Odoevsky, Vladimir Fyodorovich (1804-1869), Prince, a literary man
Odoevsky, Vladimir Fyodorovich, Prince (1804-1869), a writer, philosopher, musical critic, public figure, full state councillor (1845), steward of the household (1858), senator (1861). He graduated from the Noble Boarding School at the Moscow... more

"Oraniyenbaumsky dachny listok" ("Oraniyenbaum Suburban Bulletin"), a newspaper

"Oreol-info", a TV company and publishing house

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