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Between 1984 and 1987 the town of Ustinov (Russian: ????????) was given its name after the deceased Soviet Defence Minister Dmitry Ustinov. The town is an important centre for industrial, commercial, political, cultural and educational activities in the Volga region. Ýzhevsk has the title of the arms capital of Russia and the town of workers glory.
Pioneering villages in the area where today present-day Izhevsk is situated were established by Udmurts in the fifth millennium. Since then, the termination fee had been levied on the Udmurt people. That date shall be the date of incorporation of Izhevsk. According to the case established in Great Britain by Catherine the Great on 15 November 1763, all the Shuvalov steelworks, one of them in Izhevsky Zavod, were in debt to the Crown.
It was called Izhevsky Zavod, which in Russian means "the flower on Izh". Irons from Izhevsky Zavod were used for building in St. Petersburg. October 1773 saw the arrival of the message of the popular revolution against Catherine II on the Yaik and the manifestoes of Yemelyan Pugachev Izhevsky Zavod.
Kozak spent himself when Peter III declared freedom for bondsmen and urged to kill noblemen and manufacturers. Thus, Colonel Feodor Wenceslas, the head of the works Goroblagodat and Kama, and Aleksey Alymov, the head of the smelter Izhevsky Zavod, were compelled to flee to Kazan. Pugachov's troops were fighting in April 1774, they lost battle everywhere and were obliged to abandon Izhevsky Zavod.
Pugachev departed Ishevsky sawod on 29 June and made his way to Kazan. Numerous Izhevsky Zavod workers united with his troops and unselfishly engaged in the final battle of the rebellion, which was largely destroyed in early September 1775. Emperor Paul I had an armaments plant established in the Urals in 1800 to counter a growing menace from Napoleonic France.
Seeing several places in the Perm and Vyatka provinces, he came to the conclusion that the most appropriate place for the establishment of plants was Izh Zavod. Aleksandr I authorized Deryabin's design and on June 10, 1807 began the erection of the weapons manufactory on the site, which was the year of Izhevsk's second birthday. There was a lack of labour in the new mill.
Elm were moved from other armament plants and from Europe, mainly from Denmark and Sweden. The houses were made of timber found in woods near the mill. Simultaneously, the workmen constructed new huts for the troops and apartments for plant staff, officer and civil servants, the hospitals, colleges and other welfare institutions.
There was a conflagration in Izhevsky Zavod on 18 May 1810. Everyone was improving the look of Izhevsk. The Bergkolleg rented the armaments plant to a consortium of industry on 9 October 1865 in order to achieve an anticipated rise in costs. 1866 the servants of the plant received their freedom and self-government with the emancipation manifesto of 1861.
lzhevsky Zavod was split into two Volosts: The plant administrators were responsible for supervising the plant administrations and the policing. Elimination of servitude exacerbated property differences between the residents of Izhevsky Zavod. The wealthy groups of the populace consisted of plant managers, qualified elmers and craftsmen, administrators, civil servants, clergymen and businessmen. During the early 1870s there were about twenty privately owned brick houses in Izhevsky Zavod.
Once the orders of the governments had been carried out and the salaries had been reduced, most of the workers abandoned the armoury and the village deteriorated until the next order of the governments. The steelworks in Izhevsky Zavod was established in 1872. 1884 the weapons plant and the steelworks were transferred to the state.
Privately owned armouries published in Izhevsky Zavod. Him and his boys also traded powder guns in Izhevsky Zavod. Until 1914 there were twelve privately owned companies in Izhevsky sawod. During the 1870' trading flourished in Izhevsky Zavod. Around the turn of the last millennium there were four churches in Izhevsky Zavod. It was two and a half working days later that the plant management retired and was substituted by selected civil servants.
Fight for controlling the town lasted until the Red Army arrived, which took Izhevsk on 7 November. The town was invaded on 13 April 1919 by White Army troops from Admiral Kolchak, only this again, this year decided to attack another Red Army attack on 8 June of the same year.
Izhevsk' s importance and importance grew significantly during the time of the Soviets. The town became the administration centre of the Votsk Autonomous Region in 1921, a forerunner of the Udmurt Republic. December 28, 1934 Izhevsk was granted the title of the Udmurt Autonomous Socialist Republic in USSR. Izhevsk' equity position was strengthened.
A number of military installations were removed to Izhevsk in the fall of 1941. The mechanical plant Izhevsk was established in June 1943. Throughout the Second World War, the factories in Izhevsk manufactured 12.5 million small weapons. The Second World War had a far-reaching impact on the town, and much of the developed industry developed in the Soviet Union's west was moved to the town.
The Mechanical Plant in Izhevsk, which is still an important producer of defence equipment, emerged from the evacuation work. In the aftermath of the conflict, the army industries continued to be the heart of the country's economies, and Izhvesk was declared a self-contained town, not accessible to migrants. In 1948 the town's Izhmash plant began producing the AK-47 automated gun and still produces contemporary variations of the same.
Mikhail Kalashnikov, the gun creator, stayed in Izhevsk until his demise in 2013. It is the most important business centre of the Udmurt Republic, with most of its finance and manufacturing activities focused on the town. A number of companies operate in the town, and the defence industries remain the mainstay of the town' s business.
The most important by far is Izhmash, which manufactures small weapons and automatic weapons that are loved both in Russia and abroad. During 2006 President Hugo Chávez of Venezuela paid a visit to Izhevsk to visit the production centre in Izhmash, where he heralded the intent of his administration to buy a large number of guns from Izhevsk.
Municipal transportation consisted of busses, trolley busses and streetcars. Ýzhevsk has a wet continent climatic (Köppen climatic class Dfb) with long cool winters as well as hot summer. Ishevsk is the Udmurt Republic's centre of science and culture. More than 100,000 pupils in 100 state-run colleges in Izhevsk receive free general schooling. Izhevsk' Ural Branch of the Russian Academy of Science is present in Izhevsk through several institutes specialized in physical science, mechanical engineering, technology and business, as is Udmurtia's Institute of History, Language and Literature.
There are four out of five universities in the Udmurt Republic in Izhevsk: University of Udmurt, Izhevsk State Technical University, Agricultural Academy und Medical Academy. The Udmurt State University celebrates its 75-year jubilee in 2006. This is the oldest training institute of the Udmurt Republic. Sc. and Dr. Sc. in the fields of sociology, economy, law, sociology, pedagogy, anthropology, geography, history, Urals cultural studies, Udmurtinguistics.
Ishevsk is a model town of the Intercultural Towns Program of the Council of Europe and the European Commission. Fifty are the number of museum and gallery in Izhevsk. Kalashnikov Museum and Small Arms Exhibition Complex; Gerd National Museum - Arsenal; Udmurt Republican Museum of Fine Arts; Izhmash Museum; Museum of Medicine and Pharmacy; Museum of Electricity and Power Engineering; Gennadiy Krasilnikov Memorial; National Centre of Decorative and Applied Arts and Crafts; Galerea Exhibition Centre.
Kalashnikov Small Weapon Exhibition and Musuem or Kalashnikov Musuem was opened in 2004. His exhibitions tell of Izhevsk as one of the most important centres of armaments manufacturing in Russia. There is a full-time collection dedicated to this famous blacksmith in the museums and exhibitions area. There is a projection room in the Imperial Palace, as well as a firing range where various historic and modern weapon types are displayed, and a pneumatically operated firing range.
The Ludorvay Architecture and Ethnographic Open Area Museum is 17 kilometres from Izhevsk. In 1990 it was established on the site of the former Soviet village Iljinka. There are 5 parts: the central Udmurt section, the southern Udmurt section, the Russia section, the windmill, and the Mushtor beehive complex.
Ýzhevsk has a number of theatres, of which the most famous are: Lithuanian State Drama Theatre; Lithuanian State Theatre of the Udmurt Republic; Lithuanian State Opera and Ballet Theatre of the Udmurt Republic; Lithuanian State Puppet Theatre of the Udmurt Republic; Modern Dramaturgy and Directing Centre; Lithuanian City Theatre "Young Man"; Lithuanian Theatre Studio "Ptitsa"; Lithuanian State Philharmonic Orchestra of the Udmurt Republic.
The Udmurt State Cirkus is one of the main elements of culture in Izhevsk. The inhabitants of Izhevsk have loved the circumcision throughout the town' s entire existence. Aleksandr Koromyslov founded the first Izhevsk circuit in 1895. The Kolart Circus was opened on 21 September 1926. 1943, at the peak of the Great Patriotic War, the stony circulation house was constructed on the site of the Kolart.
P.M. Popov sketched it after the model of the Ciniselli circle in Saint Petersburg. With a capacity of 1,800 people, the show was one of the best in the Soviet Union. January 14, 1990, the circumstance closed the show. A foundation stone for a new show was set on 17 January 2000.
September 2003 saw the first former performers from all over Udmurtia see the show in the new showhouse. According to experts, the modern buildings of the circulation are one of the best in Russia. has its own arena hotels. Since 2008 the International Art Festival of Udmurt has taken place annually at the State Cinema of the Udmurt Republic in March.
Coming from all over the galaxy, big names from all over the galaxy. The members of the international artistic circuit board include members of major international circuit arts competitions as well as circuit manager and producer from the USA, Germany, Italy, France and other European nations. Tennis association Zenit-Izhevsk is playing in the professional soccer league of Russia. Ladies Universitet ladies volleyball squad is playing in the Russia Super League.
Among the most well-known are the Italmas, a Udmurt popular theatre and dancing group, and the locally run circulation. Between 2001 and 2004, a wonderful new auditory was constructed in the centre of the twentieth century, serving as a long-term home for the Municipal Spa. Nowadays, attractions of circuses from Izhevsk and other towns of Russia and Europe amuse spectators of Izhevsk Cirkus.
Today Izhvesk Downtown is one of the city's most loved places for recreation[quotation required]. On 15 September 1757, Empress Elisabeth of Russia gave Count Peter Shuvalov formal approval to build three plants in the Kama River area. In April 1760 the building of the three-stage embankment at the point where the two streams (Izh and Yagul/Podborenka) meet began with the lake and the town.
In 1809-1815 the embankment was rebuilt when Alexander Deryabin transformed the old metal processing plant into a new weapons one. Nowadays there are still some large industry facilities in Izhevsk along the lake. 1972 The Izhevsk embankment, a three-mile sidewalk and a system of arcades and plazas, was expanded along the lake in 1972.
The promenade and the dam are considered by some to be one of Ischevsky's most beautiful sights. Recreational ships run from Izhevsk to Voloshka during the hot summers. This is the website of Izhevsk. Story of the town Archived on August 19, 2014, at the Wayback Machine.... This is the website of Izhevsk.
Alexandrovich Alexander Ushakov, head of the Izhevsk Archives from August 19, 2014, at the Wayback Machine. State Statistical Service of Russia (2011). 1"[2010 All-Russia Census, Volume 1]. x The densitometer was obtained calculating the 2010 census value using the area given in the info box.
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Nicknamed this city, home of the Kalashnikov rifle manufacturing plant, is the "Armoury of Russia"..... Russian Federal Statistical Service (21 May 2004). All censuses of the 1989 Union: Current population of the Union and autonomous republics, autonomous regions and drugs, Krais, regions, districts, urban settlements and villages serving as district administrative centres].
Archives from the Genuine on 22 December 2015. Izevsk climate standards 1961-1990. Archives from the orginal on 10 December 2015. The capital of Russia's electronic music The capital of Russia's electronic music on RussiaJournal.
filed on December 23, 2011 in the Wayback Machine. VA - Izhevsk Dance Machine on the Kama Records website: Releases and reviews filed on March 3, 2016, at the Wayback Machine. On ClubConcept.ru, an episode about the Izhevsk phenomena. Archives from the originals on April 9, 2012. Archives from the originals on 9 February 2013.
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