Medkhamas, town, Nizhegorod Oblast (province), southwest Russia, on the Tesha River, a tributary of the Oka River. * History> In 1578 [8] Arzamas was established by Ivan the Terrible in the areas then inhabited by Mordvins. Until 1737 more than 7,000 persons were living in Arzamas and the city became an important centre of passage on the line from Moscow to East Russia. In 1781, Catherine the Great gave Arzamas the city' statute and a crest inspired by the colours of the Arzamas-Regiments.

In the early nineteenth and twentieth centuries Arzamas had over twenty temples and cloisters, above all the Cathedral of the Resurrection. The Alexander Stupin Academy of Fine Arts was in Arzamas between 1802 and 1862 and many renowned Russians, among them Vasily Perov, were students there. Between 1954 and 1957 Arzamas was the centre of the Arzamas region, a short-lived administration entity that was separated from the Gorky region and later reintegrated into the region.

The town was the scene of the Arzamas railway catastrophe in 1988, in which ninety-one lives were lost. The domestic industrial sector comprises Arzamas Machine-Building Plant, a producer of militarily and specialised civil vessels (such as BTR-80, GAZ Tigr). Arzamas is a partner: Skip up to: a the Russian Federal State Statistics Service (2011).

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This value may not be correct, as the range shown in the info box may not match the range of the actual entities or may be registered for the same year as the people. The Federal Law #107-FZ of 31 June 2011 on the calculation of time, as modified by the Federal Law #271-FZ of 03 July 2016 on the amendment of the Federal Law "on the calculation of time".

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Leap up ^ Demoscope Weekly (1989). 1989 Union Census: Current population of the Union and the Autonomous Republics, Autonomous Regions and Okrugs, Krais, Oblasts, Districts, urban settlements and villages serving as district administrative centres].


Act No. 184-Z of 16 November 2005 on the Administrative-Territorial Structure of the Nizhny Novgorod Region, as modified by Act No. 58-Z of 5 May 2016 on the Amendment of the Nizhny Novgorod Region Act "On the Administrative-Territorial Structure of the Nizhny Novgorod Region".

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Act No. 54-Z of 29 June 2006 on Administrative Centres of Municipal Districts, Rural Settlements in the Nizhny Novgorod Region, modified by Act No. 60-Z of 8 May 2015 on the Transformation of Municipal Formations in the Nizhny Novgorod Region.

???????????_relationship: Nizhny Novgorod Oblast Legislative Assembly. Act No. 142-Z of 24 October 2005 on the Establishment of Borders and Territorial Composition of the Municipal Formation of the City of Arzamas in the Nizhny Novgorod Region, as modified by Act No. 162-Z of 28 August 2009 on the Transformation of Municipal Formations - Rural Settlements of Abramovsky Selsoviet, Balachoninsky Selsoviet, Bebyayevsky Selsovjet,

Pustynský Selsoviet, Selemsky Selsoviet, Uspensky Selsoviet, Khvatovsky Selsoviet, Chernukhinsky Selsoviet du district municipal d'Arzamassky et sur la modification de diverses lois de l'oblast de Nijni Novgorod.

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