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Lomonosov, Mikhail Vasilyevich

Literary man

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Country estates
Country estates. In the early 20th century on the territory of the modern Leningrad Oblast there were 2000 country estates. Mainly they appeared at one time with St. Petersburg. There were not many "Family nests" that belonged to one family and... 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

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

Ust-Ruditsa, a country estate
Ust-Ruditsa, a country estate (the Lomonosov district). In 1753 Empress Elizabeth Petrovna granted a grange and 4 villages in the Koporye uyezd to M.V. Lomonosov for building the estate and a factory of colour glass. Choosing the place at the... more