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Rykachev M.A., (1840/41-1919), meteorologist

RYKACHEV Mikhail Alexandrovich (1840-1919, Petrograd), meteorologist, member of the St. Petersburg Academy of Sciences (1896, a member of the Russian Academy of Sciences since 1917), lieutenant general (1904)

Ryleev K.F. (1795-1826), decembrist

RYLEEV Kondraty Fedorovich (1795-1826, St. Petersburg), poet, decembrist, retired 2nd lieutenant. Came to St. Petersburg in 1801. Graduated from the First Cadet Corps (1814). He participated in the Foreign Campaigns of 1813-14

Ryleeva Street

RYLEEVA STREET (until 1923 - Spasskaya Street), located between Radishcheva Square and Radishcheva Street. The first name comes from the Holy Transfiguration All Guards Cathedral. The street was renamed after K.F. Ryleev

Rylov A.A., (1870-1939), Artist

RYLOV Arkady Alexandrovich (1870-1939, Leningrad) artist, honoured worker of arts of the Russian Soviet Federative Socialist Republic (1935). He was trained at the Central School of Technical Drawing from 1888 to 1891 and at the Academy of Arts from

Ryumochnye (entry)

RYUMOCHNYE, drinking establishments, appeared in St. Petersburg at the end of the 19th century, meant for guests not looking for a long meal. A glass of vodka was offered with snacks such as sandwich with caviar, fillets

Rzhevka, area

RZHEVKA, an area in the north-east of St. Petersburg, on the left bank of the Okhta River, to the north-east of Porokhovye. Since the 1730s, the Rzhevskaya Settlement, owned by Captain V.F. Rzhevsky (hence the name), was located there


RZHEVKA-POROKHOVYE, an area of mass residential development in the east of St. Petersburg, between Irinovsky Avenue, Kommuny Street, Khasanskaya Street and Peredovikov Street

Rzhevsky Forest Park

RZHEVSKY FOREST PARK is located in the Eastern outskirts of St. Petersburg, on the boundary of the district of large scale residential developments in Rzhevka-Porokhovye and Vsevolozhsky District of Leningrad Region

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