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Pavlovo, village

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PAVLOVO, a village in Vsevolozhsk District. Population: 2424. Located on the Koltushi Hills near Koltushi Village (a part of Koltushi rural settlement.) It appeared as a research campus of the I. P. Pavlov Institute of Physiology (founded in 1925) researching the brain mechanisms of animal behavior and higher mental functions of humans. It was named in honor of physiologist I. P. Pavlov, member of the USSR Acad. of Sciences and founder of the Institute, who lived there in 1924-36. The institute’s buildings were erected by arch. I. F. Bezpalov in 1925-50. Attached to the Institute is the Pavlov Memorial Complex (see I. P. Pavlov Museum); a park is laid out. In 1951, a monument to I. P. Pavlov was erected (sculptor V. V. Lishev.) In 1996-97, the wooden Orthodox church of St. John of Kronshtadt was built.

A. Y. Chistyakov

Chistyakov, Anton Yuryevich

Bezpalov, Innokenty Fyodorovich
Lishev, Vsevolod Vsevolodovoch
Pavlov, Ivan Petrovich

Topographical landmarks/Koltushi Hills, the
Leningrad Oblast, the/Vsevolozhsk District/Koltushi Village
Leningrad Oblast, the/Vsevolozhsk District

Самойлов М.О., Болондинский В.К. Павловские Колтуши // Природа. 1999. № 8. URL:

Subject Index
I.P. Pavlov, monument to
Museum of I.P. Pavlov, the
The Church of St. Ioan of Kronstadt (Pavlovo Village, Vsevolozhsk District)