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Nezhgostitsi, a country estate
Nezhgostitsi, a country estate (the sanatorium "Krasny Val", the Luga district). It was the family estate of the boyars Sukins. In the 20th century the estate belonged to A.Ya. Sukin, the commandant of the Peter and Paul Fortress. Under A.Ya. Sukin... more

Nezhinskaya, a country estate

Nezhnovo Rural Library, the

"Night journey", a rock-festival

Nikodim (Rotov) (1929-1978), metropolitan, clergy figure
Nikodim (Boris Georgiyevich Rotov; 1929–1978), metropolitan, clergy figure. He studied in the Ryazan Pedagogic Institute. In 1947 he was professed as a monk; in 1949 he became a hieromonk and worked in parishes of the Eparchy of Yaroslavl. From ... more

Nikolskaya children music school

Nikolskoye House of Culture

Nikolskoye Rural Library, the

Nikolskoye Town Library, the

Nikolskoye, a country estate

Nikolskoye, town
NIKOLSKOYE, a town in Tosno District. Population: 17,300. It is situated on the Tosna River. 7 km north of N. is Ivanovskaya railway station on the St. Petersburg-Volkhovstroy line, and 6 km south-west of it, Sablino station on the St.... more

Nikolsky, urban settlement
NIKOLSKY, an urban settlement in the north-west of Podporozhye District. Population: 2,900. It is situated on a peninsula formed by a sharp bend of the Svir River. The name probably originates from the church of St. Nicholas the Miracle Worker... more

Nikonov, Nikolay Nikitich (1849 - 1918), an architect
Nikolay Nikitich Nikonov (1849 - 1918), an architect,expert of the "russian style". From the 1860s Nikonov learned at the Academy of Arts in St. Petersburg. During 1893-1906 Nikonov was the architect of the St. Petersburg Eparchy. He was the... more

"Niva" , a magazine

"Nizhnesvirsky", a reserve
The "Nizhnesvirsky" natural reserve is located on the territory of the Lodeynopolskiy District. Its are is 41615 hectares. It was founded on 11 June 1980 on the base of the Nizhnesvirsky reserve. It included the shore and the part of the water... more

Nizino Village Rural Library, the

"North Pattern", the Song and Dancing Ensemble
“SEVERNYE UZORY” (“NORTHERN PATTERNS”), folk song and dance company (1, Uritsky av., Lodeynoye Pole Town). It was founded in 1970. From 1980 a creative director is Y.P. Zakharov. The repertoire of the company includes Russian folk songs, round... more

Noteburg, see Schlusselburg Fortress

Novaya Ladoga children art school

Novaya Ladoga House of Culture

Novaya Ladoga youth creativity centre

Novaya Ladoga children music school

Novaya Ladoga Museum of the Local History, the
The Novaya Ladoga of the Local History (Novaya Ladoga Town, 16 Pioneer Street), a branch of "The Museum Agency". The museum is placed in the merchant Timofeyev's former house, an architectural sight of the second half of the 19th century. The first... more

Novaya Ladoga Town coat of arms, the
The Novaya Ladoga Town's coat of arms is the historical symbol of the town of Novaya Ladoga. It was approved by Emperor on 16 August 1781. The heraldic description of the coat of arms: “Within the dark red shield there is an azure pole with golden... more

Novaya Ladoga Town Library, the
THE NOVAYA LADOGA TOWN LIBRARY (38 Karl Marx Prospekt, Novaya Ladoga Town). Novaya Ladoga Public Library named after A. S. Pushkin, which opened in 1902 in the building of the town council, is considered as predecessor of this library. The catalog... more

Novaya Ladoga, town
NOVAYA LADOGA, town in Volkhov District. Population: 10,000. Located in the central part of Leningrad Oblast in the Priladozhskaya Lowland, in the mouth of the Volkhov River, 25 km north of Volkhov Town. Administratively, the town also comprises... more

"Novaya volna" ("The New Wave"), a youth union

"Novaya Vyborgskaya Gazeta" ("The New Vyborg Newspaper"), a newspaper
"Novaya Vyborgskaya Gazeta" ("The New Vyborg Newspaper"), (house 35, Krepostnaya Street, Vyborg Town). The newspaper was founded by the municipal TV company "Magnit" (Magnet) in February 1999, after stopping the broadcasting of the TV company in the... more

Novgorod Gubernia, the
NOVGOROD GUBERNIA, adm. and territorial unit in the north-west of Russia in the 18th – early 20th centuries. It was established in 1727 to comprise five provinces of St. Petersburg Gubernia: Novgorod, Pskov, Velikiye Luki, Tver, and Belozersk. In... more

Novikov, Nikolay Ivanovich (1744-1818), a literary man
Novikov, Nikolay Ivanovich (1744-1818), a writer, journalist, publisher. He attended the High School at the Moscow University during 1756-1759. From 1762 Novikov surved in the Life Guard Izmailovsky Regiment. During 1767-1768 Novikov was the... more

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