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RC Lokomotiv Moscow print that page

site = rc-lokomotiv.ru RC Lokomotiv Moscow is a professional Russian rugby football club based in Moscow , which from 2010 will field teams in both rugby league and rugby union . The club is one of the oldest in Russia. Originally a club for those who worked on the railways, they participated

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Patriarch Sergius I of Moscow print that page


Patriarch Sergius I ( Russian : Сергий I ; born Ivan Nikolayevich Stragorodsky (Иван Николаевич Страгородский), January 23 [ O.S. January 11] 1867 – May 15, 1944) was the 12th Patriarch of Moscow and All Russia , from September 8 , 1943 until his death

Moscow-Petushki print that page

The story follows an alcoholic intellectual , Venya (or Venichka), as he travels by a suburban train on a 125 km (78 mi) journey from Moscow to visit his beautiful beloved and child in Petushki , a city that is described by the narrator in almost utopian terms. At the open of the story

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FC Presnya Moscow print that page

Colours are red for home games, and black away. Contents 1 History 1.1 1920s – Krasnaya Presnya and Tryokhgorka 1.2 1980s and 1990s – Krasnaya Presnya and Asmaral 1.3 2000s – Presnya 2 Notable past players 3 External links [ edit ] History There have been

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Moscow Boys Choir print that page

The Moscow Boys Choir ( Russian : Московский хор мальчиков ) is a choral group of boys from Moscow , Russia . [ edit ] History Founded in 1957, the performing chorus is an all-boy choir under the direction of Leonid Baklushin . [ edit ] Voices & Performances Although

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Moscow Circus on Tsvetnoy Boulevard print that page


Moscow Circus on Tsvetnoy Boulevard From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation , search Moscow Circus on Tsvetnoi Boulevard Moscow Circus on Tsvetnoi Boulevard was the only circus in Moscow between 1926 and 1971 and still remains the most popular one. The

Hotel Metropol (Moscow) print that page


In 1898, Savva Mamontov and Petersburg Insurance consolidated a large lot of land around the former Chelyshev Hotel. Mamontov, manager and sponsor of Private Opera , intended to redevelop the area into a large cultural center built around an opera hall. In 1898, professional jury of an open

Moscow Interbank Currency Exchange print that page


The Moscow Interbank Currency Exchange ( Russian : Московская межбанковская валютная биржа ) or MICEX is one of the largest universal stock exchanges in the Russian Federation and East Europe . MICEX opened in 1992 and is the leading Russian stock exchange

Treaty of Moscow (1920) print that page

The Treaty of Moscow ( Russian : Московский договор, Moskovskiy dogovor , Georgian : მოსკოვის ხელშეკრულება , Moskovis khelshekruleba ), signed between Soviet Russia (RSFSR) and the Democratic Republic of Georgia (DRG) in Moscow on

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Moscow International House of Music print that page


The Moscow International Performance Arts Center was officially opened on September 28, 2003 with the debut of a new orchestra, the National Philharmonic of Russia under musical director Vladimir Spivakov . [ 1 ] Also known as the Moscow International House of Music ( Dom Muzyki ), it is