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Bianki, Vitaly Valentinovich

Literary man

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Bianki, Vitaly Valentinovich (1894-1959), a writer
Vitaly Valentinovich Bianki (1894-1959), a writer. Bianki learned at the Science Department of the Physical and Mathematical Faculty of the Petrograd University, but he did not graduate it as he was conscripted in 1916. Bianki's works were ... more

Lebyazhye, urban settlement
LEBYAZHYE, an urban settlement in Lomonosov District. Population: 5,600. It is situated on the south coast of the Gulf of Finland, where the Lebyazhka River flows into the gulf. It was established in 1966 by integrating the villages of... more

Lomonosov District
LOMONOSOV DISTRICT. Area: 1990.8 sq. km. Population: 65,300. Established in 1927. L. D. comprises Bolshaya Izhora and Lebyazhye urban settlements and 140 rural localities. It borders St. Petersburg and Kingisepp, Volosovo, and Gatchina Districts of... more

Rylov, Arkady Aleksandrovich (1870 - 1939), an artist
RYLOV, Arkadiy Aleksandrovich (1870–1939), artist, teacher, academician of painting, (1915), Honoured Arts Worker of the Russian Federation (1935). He studied at Baron A.L. Stiglitz’ Central Drawing School in St.Petersburg (1888-91) and took lessons... more

Ulyanovka, urban settlement
ULYANOVKA (Sablino before 1922), an urban settlement in Tosno District. Population: 9200. It is situated on the Tosna and Sablinka rivers. The Moscow Highway extends close by. In the 1720s, there was Sablin’s tavern at that place, which gave the... more

Vyritsa, urban settlement
VYRITSA, an urban settlement in Gatchina District. Population: 13,700. It is situated on the Oredezh River. The name evidently originates from the Russian word “vyr’” meaning “deep” or “whirlpool.” The largest dacha settlement in terms of area... more