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"Nevskaya Zarya" ("Neva Dawn"), a newspaper

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"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 Communist Party of the Soviet Union (Bolsheviks) and the Town Soviet. First the newspaper was named "Bolshevic's Word", from 1953 it was named "The Labour Glory". During 1962-1965 the newspaper was not issued, in 1965 it was recreated with the present name. From 1991 the newspaper is the organ of the Town Soviet. In 1994 "The Neva Dawn" journalist group founded the newspaper "The Vsevolozhsk News" which became the official disrict newspaper. From 1995 "The Neva Dawn" is issued as the independent edition, its founder is the editorial offices collective. The newspaper throws light on the economic, social and political and culture life of the town and district. It gives special attention to ecology probrems and preservation of the environment. There is the local history column "My Town". The newspaper is issued two times a week, its circulation is seven thousand copies. There are two supplements: the advertising one and youth "Our Planet". The editorial offices building is a history and culture monument, the house of the merchant Shteinmeyer (1904).

Ansberg, Olga Nikolayevna


Leningrad Oblast, the/Vsevolozhsk District/Vsevolozhsk Town/Vsevolozhsksky Prospekt

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