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Bolshaya Vruda Village

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Volosovo District

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Brandt, Karl Ivanovich (1810- 1882), an architect
Karl Ivanovich Brandt (1810–1882), an architect. He was graduated from the St. Petersburg Academy of Arts (1833). From 1853 to 1860 he was an architect of St. Petersburg eparchy. He designed buildings on Valaam, in the Holy Trinity-St. Sergius... more

Children Art Schools
CHILDREN’S ARTS SCHOOLS (CAS). In the last years Children’s Musical Schools (CMS) and Children’s Painting Schools (CPS) have had a growing tendency for unification into Children’s Arts Schools (CAS). By 2007 the Leningrad oblast had had 104 CAS,... more

Cult (worship) stones
Cult stones. The worship of cult stones was registered in all northern part of the East Europe including Baltic countries and Scandinavia. Track-stones, with deep image of a human foot track, are wide presented. Those images are sometimes... more

The Church of the Dormition of the Mother of God (Bolshaya Vruda Village, Volosovo District)
The Church of the Dormition of the Mother of God (Bolshaya Vruda Village, Volosovo District). The original wooden church was built on the territory of the Vrudsky Bogoroditsky Pogost before 1500. In the early 17th с. The church was ruined... more

Volosovo District
VOLOSOVO DISTRICT, a part of Leningrad Oblast. Area: 2680.5 sq. km. Population: 46,900. Adm. center: Volosovo Town. The district comprises Kikerino urban settlement, and 202 rural localities. It borders Kingisepp, Lomonosov, Gatchina, and Luga... more