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Russian Entomological Society

RUSSIAN ENTOMOLOGICAL SOCIETY, situated at 1 Universitetskaya Embankment. It was founded in 1859 by members of the Zoological Museum and St. Petersburg's amateur entomologists

Russian Ethnographical Museum

RUSSIAN ETHNOGRAPHICAL MUSEUM, at 4а Inzhenernaya Street, was established in 1902 as the Ethnographical Department of the Russian Museum. The museum was opened in 1923. It became independent in 1934 as the State Museum of Ethnography

Russian Fire Society

RUSSIAN FIRE SOCIETY (since 1901, Imperial Fire Society). Established in St. Petersburg at the First Russian Firefighters Conference in 1892 with the objective of developing fire prevention measures

Russian Gem Factory

RUSSIAN GEM FACTORY (8 C. Faberge Square) is a jewelry factory. It produces custom-made and ordinary jewelry, bijouterie, cut stones, enamel miniatures, enamel-filigree silverware, and other products. The factory has a chain of company shops in St

Russian Genealogical Society

RUSSIAN GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY, founded in 1897 on the initiative of Prince A. B. Lobanov-Rostovsky in order to study the history of noble families, as well as conduct research in heraldry, ancient institutions and their legal documents

Russian Geographical Society

RUSSIAN GEOGRAPHICAL SOCIETY, situated at 10 Grivtsova Lane. It was founded in 1845 on the initiative of Admiral F. P. Litke, Member of the Academy K. M. Ber, Admiral Baron F. P. Wrangel, and a number of other scientists

Russian Historical Archive

RUSSIAN HISTORICAL ARCHIVE, STATE (RSHA) (4 Angliiskaya Embankment) was founded in 1925 as the Leningrad Historical Archive. In 1929-34, it became Leningrad Department of the Central Historical Archive

Russian Historical Society

RUSSIAN HISTORICAL SOCIETY, fully named the Imperial Russian Historical Society, a scientific society founded in 1866 for collecting, processing, and publishing documents on the history of Russia from government and private archives

Russian Literature of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Institute of

RUSSIAN LITERATURE of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Institute of, located at Pushkin House at 4 Makarova Embankment. It is an institution for literary research and study

Russian Military Historical Society

RUSSIAN MILITARY HISTORICAL SOCIETY fully named the Imperial Russian Military Historical Society, a military science society founded in 1907 for studying the military history of Russia

Russian Museum, State

RUSSIAN MUSEUM, State was founded on 13 April 1895 by the decree of Emperor Nicholas II as the Russian Museum of Emperor Alexander III with the purpose of gathering the collections of Russian art

Russian National Library

RUSSIAN NATIONAL LIBRARY (RNB) (18 Sadovaya Street), the oldest state general public library of the country, a research centre in the field of bibliology, bibliography and library science

Russian Navy Archive

RUSSIAN NAVY ARCHIVE, STATE (RSNA) (36 Millionnaya Street) was founded in 1724 for the Admiralty Collegium, and from 1827 it was a part of the Sea Ministry. From August 1917, it was the Central Archive of Fleet and Sea Office

Russian Physics and Chemistry Society

RUSSIAN PHYSICS AND CHEMISTRY SOCIETY (RFKhO) is one of the oldest scientific societies in Russia. The society was established in 1878 through the union of the Russian Chemical Society (established in 1868) and the Russian Physics Society

Russian Society of Public Health Care

RUSSIAN SOCIETY OF PUBLIC HEALTH CARE, a public organisation founded in 1878 on the initiative of A.P. Dobroslavin, I.E. Andrievsky and N.F. Zdekauer with the purpose of rendering assistance in improving health and sanitary conditions in Russia

Russian Style

RUSSIAN STYLE. A trend in Russian architecture of the 19th - beginning of the 20th century, based on using methods and shapes of ancient and traditional Russian art and architecture. The Russian style emerged out of the aesthetics of Romanticism

Russian Technical Society

RUSSIAN TECHNICAL SOCIETY, the leading scientific and technical society of Russia founded in St. Petersburg in 1866 in order to contribute to the development of domestic technology and industry

Russian Theatre for Tragedy and Comedy

RUSSIAN THEATRE FOR TRAGEDY AND COMEDY (previously the House of Golovkin), the first Russian state stationary professional public theatre was established by order of Empress Elizaveta Petrovna on 30 August 1756

Russian-American Company

RUSSIAN-AMERICAN COMPANY, a group of entrepreneurs on the north-west coast of North America, the Aleutians, the Kurils, and other islands, and an organisation established by the government for consolidating and expanding Russia’s possessions in

Russian-Asian Bank

RUSSIAN-ASIAN BANK, a joint-stock commercial bank. It was founded in 1910 by merging the Northern Bank founded in 1901 and the Russian-Chinese Bank founded in 1895

Russians

RUSSIANS, the basic ethnic community of St. Petersburg. The Russian language is related to the Slavic group of Indo-European languages. Their faith is Orthodox. In the 18th century Russians comprised 90% of the population of St. Petersburg

Russkoe Bogatstvo (The Russian Wealth), journal, 1876-1918

RUSSKOE BOGATSTVO (The Russian Wealth), (in November 1914 - March 1917 Russkie Zapiski, a journal, circulated from 1876 until 1918 (originally as a journal of commerce, industry, agriculture and natural sciences

Russkoe slovo (The Russian Word), journal, 1859-1866

RUSSKOE SLOVO, (The Russian Word), a monthly journal, founded in 1859 by Count G. A. Kushelev-Bezborodko. In 1859-60 had a reputation as a moderate liberal publication and was co-edited by Y. P. Polonsky and A. A. Grigoryev

Russkoe Znamya (Russian Banner), newspaper (1905-1917)

RUSSKOE ZNAMYA (Russian Banner), a daily newspaper, organ of The League of the Russian People, a reactionary, antirevolutionary and anti-Semitic group, part of the Chernosotentsy movement, initiated during and after the Revolution of 1905

Russky Invalid (The Russian Invalid), newspaper

RUSSKY INVALID (The Russian Invalid), a newspaper (in 1816-42 Russky Invalid, ili Voennye Vedomosti. The paper was founded in 1813 by civil servant P. P. Pezarovius (editor in 1813-15 and 1840-47) as a private charity publication (the entire revenue

Russky Khudozhestvenny Listok, The Russian Art Newspaper

RUSSKY KHUDOZHESTVENNY LISTOK (Russian Art Newspaper), an illustrated publication, which appeared in 1851-62 thrice a month (with a total of 396 issues) under the editorship of its publisher V. F

Russo-Turkish wars, Monuments to

RUSSO-TURKISH WARS, MONUMENTS TO. Many monuments devoted to victories by the Russian Army and Fleet during the Russo-Turkish War of 1768-1774 have been erected at the Catherine Park at Tsarskoe Selo

Rybalchenko S.D. (1903-1986), military commander, general

RYBALCHENKO Stepan Dmitrievich (1903-1986), Soviet military commander, Colonel General of the Air Force (1944). From 1918 served in the Red Army, participated in the Civil War

Rybatskaya

RYBATSKAYA, a former village, located along the right bank of the Okhta River, four kilometres downstream from the site where the Murinsky Stream flows into the Okhta river

Rybatskoe, area

RYBATSKOE, an area to the south-east of St. Petersburg, on the left bank of the Neva River, between the Murzinka River and the Slavyanka River. In 1716, Rybnaya (Fish) settlement was founded there at the Peter the Great’s decree

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