Till 16 and older... (Russian : До 16 и старше..., romanized: Do 16 i starshe) was a television program of the first program of the Soviet Central Television and the Channel One Russia, dedicated to the problems of young people, which was published in the 1983–2001 years.
Circassia was a country and historical region in the North Caucasus along the northeast shore of the Black Sea. It was destroyed and devastated after the Russian-Circassian war (1763–1864) as 90% of the Circassian people were either massacred or exiled from the region in the Circassian genocide.
Oleg Nikolayevich Trubachyov was a Soviet and Russian linguist. A researcher of the etymology of Slavic languages and Slavic onomastics, specialist in historical linguistics and lexicographer. He was a Doctor of Sciences in Philological Sciences, an academician of the Russian Academy of Sciences and served as the editor-in-chief of the Etimologiya yearbook. His works are on the etymology of Slavic languages and on East Slavic onomastics.
The Shoana church is a Christian church that belongs to the historical Alanian Diocese. The church was built at the end of the tenth century, and is located on the territory of modern Karachay-Cherkessia Republic, Russia. The building has a crossed-dome plan, with an inscribed cross, which is a variation of the North Zelenchuk Church.
Vladimir Nikolayevich Sukachev was a Russian geobotanist, engineer, geographer, and corresponding member (1920) and full member (1943) of the USSR Academy of Sciences. His wife was Henrietta Ippolitovna Poplavskaja.
2x2 is a Russian television channel. Founded in 1989, it was the first commercial TV station in the Soviet Union (USSR). Since then, the channel predominantly broadcasts foreign animated TV series, including children's television series, anime and adult animation shows.
Nickelodeon is a Russian & English language children's television channel launched on November 15, 1998, across Russia & the Post-Soviet States.
Teleexpo was one of the first commercial television channels in Russia. It was founded by the government of Moscow and by the commercial house Mosexpo. It began broadcasting on March 1, 1995 on the UHF band. It was only broadcast in the territory of Moscow and the Moscow Region.
Igor Vladimirovich Matsiyevsky is a Ukrainian film music composer and music ethnographer.
Ulagansky District is an administrative and municipal district (raion), one of the ten in the Altai Republic, Russia. It is located in the east of the republic and borders Turochaksky District, Choysky District, Ongudaysky District, and Kosh-Agachsky District, as well as the republics of Tuva and Khakassia. The area of the district is 18,367 square kilometers (7,092 sq mi). Its administrative center is the rural locality of Ulagan. As of the 2010 Census, the total population of the district was 11,388, with the population of Ulagan accounting for 28.3% of that number. Altai make up 57.2% of the district's population, followed by Russians (20.2%), Telengits (16.3%), Kazakhs (4.5%) and Uzbeks (1.8%).
Sergey A. Pavlov is a Russian actor, clown, television director, writer and composer
The Pamirid race, also Pamir-Fergana race, is the most Eastern subrace of the Europid race, a racial category which is now considered obsolete. It was said to be common in Central Asia, represented mostly by the Tajiks and the Pamir people and partly by the Uzbeks. Characterized by brachycephalic skull, dark hair, light skin, narrow protruding nose and fairly strong development of the tertiary hair cover.
Alexander Vladimirovich Bykov is a Russian historian and ethnographer, one of the leading Russian specialists in numismatics. Publisher, founder of the first Russian private museum of political history, the Museum of Diplomatic Corps in Vologda, Russia; he is the author of multiple articles, books, and popular science publications.
Olena Sergeyevna Berkova is a Ukrainian-Russian former glamour model and pornographic actress, television presenter, singer and actress.
Aleksei Alekseyevich Veselkin is a Russian actor and TV game show presenter and Honoured Artist of Russia. He was a visible personality on television and in society magazines during the 1980s and 1990s, making a popular comeback in 2006 as the host of Sdelka?, the Russian version of the American gameshow Deal or no Deal. During 2012 he was also a radio host on Radio Mayak show of Sergei Stillavin, but he and co-presenter Victoria Kolosova were dismissed after government watchdog Roskomnadzor upheld complaints against a controversial article by the presenters on cystic fibrosis. Veselkin returned to his previous position as a staff actor at the Russian Academic Youth Theater.
Olga Nikolaevna Bondareva was a distinguished Soviet mathematician and economist. She contributed to the fields of mathematical economics, especially game theory.
Yuri Andreevich Yappa was a Soviet and Russian theoretical physicist. He is known for publications on particle physics, quantum field theory, General Relativity, philosophy of science, and for his graduate texts on classical electrodynamics and theory of spinors.
Vladimir Semionovich Spirin was a Russian philologist, sinologist, historian, lecturer of Saint Petersburg State University, researcher at Saint Petersburg's branch of the Institute of Oriental Studies of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Saint Petersburg Russia, Candidate of Sciences. His primary scientific interests resided in the field of classical Chinese philology and Chinese philosophy.
Odoyev is an urban settlement since 1959, in the west of Tula Oblast, Russia, the administrative center of Odoyevsky District. It sits on the left bank of the Upa river, a right-hand tributary of the Oka river, 75 km away from Tula. Odoyev had the status of town prior to 1926.
Vladimir Schneider is a Russian historian, Doctor of Historical Sciences. He is the author of more than 120 scientific works, among which 6 monographs. He is a professor in the department of universal and national history of Armavir State Pedagogical University. Worked as dean of the history department of ASPU from 1999 to 2011. The main directions of scientific work: the socio-cultural aspect of the history of the peoples of the North Caucasus; Soviet national policy in the North Caucasus of 1917 - the end of the 1950s; the history of the deportations, the stay at the special settlement and the rehabilitation of the North Caucasian peoples; historical and cultural integration processes in the North Caucasus; the history of the German diaspora in the Kuban; historical research methodology issues.
The 2020 Russian Figure Skating Championships were held from 24 to 29 December 2019 in Krasnoyarsk. Medals were awarded in the disciplines of men's singles, ladies' singles, pair skating, and ice dancing. The results were among the criteria used to select the Russian teams for the 2020 European Championships and 2020 World Championships.