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Volkhov TV

"Volkhov-kontakt" ("Volkhov-contact"), a radio station

"Volkhovskaya tipografiya" ("Volkhov Printing House"), MUA

"Volkhovskiye ogni" ("Volkhov Lights"), a newspaper
"Volkhovskiye ogni" ("Volkhov Lights") (Volkhov Town, 26/3 Kommunari Street), social, political newspaper of Volkhov disrict and Volkhov Town. It was founded on 4 May 1919 as organ of uyezd committee of All-Union Communist Party (Bolsheviks)... more

"Volkhovsky truzhenik" ("A Worker of Volkhov Town"), a newspaper

"Vostochny Bereg" ("The East Bank"), a newspaper

"Vremya" ("The Time"), a newspaper
"Vremya" ("The Time") (Kingisepp Town, 5 Teatralnaya Street), social, political newspaper. It was founded on 19 October 1920 as organ of Yamburg's Uyezd executive committee, it was called «Plough and Hammer», later on – as organ of district... more

"Vsevolozhsk vesti" ("Vsevolozhsk News"), a newspaper
"Vsevolozhsk vesti" ("Vsevolozhsk News")(Vsevolozhsk Town, 86 Oktyabrya Street ) social ,political newspaper of Vsevolozhsk district. It was founded in 1994, has come out since January 1995. The decision to publish a new newspaper ,which ... more

"Vuoksa", a newspaper

"Vyborg", a newspaper
«Vyborg» ( Vyborg Town, 9 Mira Street ), informational mass newspaper of Vyborg district. It was founded on 6 October 1940 as organ of district and city committees of All-Union Communist Party (Bolsheviks) under the title «Viipurskii... more

"Vyborgskiye vedomosti" ("Vyborg Gazette"), a newspaper
"Vyborgskiye vedomosti" ("Vyborg Gazette") (Vyborg, 6 Sovetskaya Street),social, political newspaper. It has been publishing since February 1990, initially as «a newspaper of free economic zone», the project of which was not fulfilled.... more

Yakovleva, Arina Rodionovna (1758-1828), others
Arina Rodionovna Yakovleva(1758-1828), A. S. Pushkin's nurse( nanny). She was born in Suyda Settlemen (Voskresenskoye Village), Saint-Petersburg province . Till 1799 she was the Hannibals' serf. She got married to F. Matveev -a peasant from... more

Yefremov, Ivan Antonovich (1907-1972), a literary man
Yefremov, Ivan Antonovich (1907, Vyritsa - 1972), a writer, palaeontologist. Yefremov was born in the family of the local saw-mill owner in Vyritsa settlement. In 1935 he graduated from the Geological Survey Faculty of the Leningrad Institute of... more

Zasodimsky, Pavel Vladimirovich (1843-1912), a writer
Zasodimsky, Pavel Vladimirovich (1843-1912), a writer. During 1863-1864 he learned at the Law Faculty of the St. Petersburg State University (but he did not graduate the course). Zasodimsky was under the influence of the revolutionary narodniks... more

Zhukovsky, Vasily Andreyevich (1783-1852), a literary man
Zhukovsky, Vasily Andreyevich (1783-1852), a poet, tramslator, graphic artist. He was a member of the Russian Academy of Sciences (1818), an academician of the St. Petersburg Academy of Sciences (1841). He graduated from the Noble Boarding School at... more

"Znamya truda" ("The Flag of Labour"), a newspaper
"Znamya truda" ("The Flag of Labour") (3 Bank Street, Slantsi Town), a social and political newspaper of the Slantsi District. The newspaper was founded on February 12, 1944, straight away after the liberation of Slantsi Town from German... more

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