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1. Дом сотрудников Госбанка
José Julián Martí Pérez was a Cuban nationalist, poet, philosopher, essayist, journalist, translator, professor, and publisher, who is considered a Cuban national hero because of his role in the liberation of his country from Spain. He was also an important figure in Latin American literature. He was very politically active and is considered an important philosopher and political theorist. Through his writings and political activity, he became a symbol of Cuba's bid for independence from the Spanish Empire in the 19th century, and is referred to as the "Apostle of Cuban Independence". From adolescence, he dedicated his life to the promotion of liberty, political independence for Cuba, and intellectual independence for all Spanish Americans; his death was used as a cry for Cuban independence from Spain by both the Cuban revolutionaries and those Cubans previously reluctant to start a revolt.
2. Конспиративная квартира
Kukonkov Street is a street in Ivanovo, Russia. It is located in the Leninsky District, mostly in the town of Balashovka. It starts from the Varginsky ravine on 4th Gazetnaya Street and goes in a south-eastern direction to Lyubimova Street. It is a continuation of Postyshev Street. In turn, its continuation is the Kohom highway. It intersects with the streets: 4th Gazetnaya, Kolesanova, 2nd Varginskaya, 4th Yuzhnaya, Shustovoy, 5th Yuzhnaya, 1-ya Polyanskaya, 2-ya Polyanskaya, 6-ya Yuzhnaya, 7-ya Yuzhnaya, General Khlebnikova, Panina, Proezdnaya, Bulvarnaya, Pavel Bolshevikov, Lyubimova, prospekts: Stroiteley, Tekstilshchikov, lanes: Ovrazhny, 2-ya Ovrazhny, 3rd Ovrazhny, Flotskiy, Militsii, Melangistov.
3. Дом науки и техники
Mstislav Leopoldovich Rostropovich was a Russian cellist and conductor. He is considered by many to be the greatest cellist of the 20th century. In addition to his interpretations and technique, he was well known for both inspiring and commissioning new works, which enlarged the cello repertoire more than any cellist before or since. He inspired and premiered over 100 pieces, forming long-standing friendships and artistic partnerships with composers including Dmitri Shostakovich, Sergei Prokofiev, Henri Dutilleux, Witold Lutosławski, Olivier Messiaen, Luciano Berio, Krzysztof Penderecki, Alfred Schnittke, Norbert Moret, Andreas Makris, Leonard Bernstein, Aram Khachaturian and Benjamin Britten.
4. Застройка улицы Смирнова
Smirnoff Street is a street in Ivanovo City. Extending southeast from the center. Part of the street is located in Leninsky district, part is located on the border between Leninsky district and Frentzensky district, and part is located in Soviet district. It starts from Stanco Street and extends all the way to Engineering Street. It is an extension of Palekhskaya Street. It intersects streets: Stanko, Palekhskaya, Moskovskaya, Maria Ryabinina, Lezhnevskaya, Bubnova, 2nd Zaprudnaya, Krasnogvardeyskaya, Proletarskaya, Lakina, Strelvaya, Ogorodnaya, Novaya, Enginezhnaya, and alleys: Aptechny, Chelysheva. The total length is 2.7 kilometers.
5. Текстильный институт
Ivanovo National Textile Institute (IGTA) is a higher education institution located in Ivanovo City. The history of this university originated from the Textile Institute of Ivanovo-Woznesensk Polytechnic Institute established in 1918. In May 1930, the college was changed to Ivanovo Textile College in Volongzhi. The university was granted college status in 1994. In 2012, it became part of the newly established Ivanovo Polytechnic University, called the Textile Institute of Ivanovo National Polytechnic University.
6. Дом Полушкина М.А.
Kuznetsov Street is a street in Ivanov City. It is located in Frentzenski District, Nerdanovo Town and Workers Village. It is an extension of the Second Belyanitsky Lane, from northwest to southeast, starting from the road bridge on the Ivanovo-Moscow railway and extending all the way to Pochtovaya Street. South of Kuznetsov Street, Paris Commune Street runs parallel. It was named after Vasily Petrovich Kuznetsov, the first chairman of the Ivanovo-Woznesensk Engineer Representative Committee.
7. Инфекционное отделение
Postyshev Street is a street in the city of Ivanov. It starts in the Frunzensky district, passes through Lezhnevskaya Street, and passes through the Leninsky district. It starts from Moskovskaya Street and extends east to 4 Gazetnaya Street. It is an extension of Mayakovsky Street. In turn, its extension is Kukonkov Street. It intersects the streets: Moskovskaya, Malaya Moskovskaya, Lezhnevskaya, Bubnova, 2nd Zaprudnaya, Moprovskaya, Pletnevaya, 4th Gazetnaya.
8. Памятник В.И.Ленину
Vladimir Ilyich Ulyanov, better known as Vladimir Lenin, was a Russian revolutionary, politician, and political theorist. He served as the first and founding head of government of Soviet Russia from 1917 to 1924 and of the Soviet Union from 1922 to 1924. Under his administration, Russia, and later the Soviet Union, became a one-party socialist state governed by the Communist Party. Ideologically a Marxist, his developments to the ideology are called Leninism.
9. Здание Дворца труда
Mikhail Vasilyevich Frunze was a Bolshevik leader during and just prior to the Russian Revolution of 1917. Born in the modern-day Kyrgyz Republic, he became active with the Bolsheviks and rose to the rank of a major Red Army commander in the Russian Civil War of 1917–1918. He is best known for defeating Baron Peter von Wrangel in Crimea. The capital of the Kirghiz SSR was named in his honor from 1926 until 1991, when the Soviet Union was dissolved.
10. ул.Калинина и ул.Громобоя
Kalinin Street is a street in Ivanov City. It is located in the Oktyabrsky district. It starts from the station square and extends south to the Uward River. Parallel, Sheremetevsky Avenue and Lenin Avenue pass in the east and west of the street. It intersects streets: Naberezhnaya, Baturina, 8 March, Demidova, Dunaeva, Komsomolskaya, Semenchikova, Gromoboya, International, Adrianova, 9 January, Oktyabrskaya, Furmanova, Karl Marksa, Statnaya.
11. Дом священнослужителей
Alexander Stepanovich Kaminsky was a Russian architect working in Moscow and suburbs. One of the most successful and prolific architects of the 1860s–1880s, Kaminsky was a faithful eclecticist, equally skilled in Russian Revival, Neo-Gothic and Renaissance Revival architecture. He is best remembered for the extant Tretyakovsky Proyezd shopping arcade and the cathedral of Nikolo-Ugresh monastery in present-day town of Dzerzhinsky.
12. ул.Калинина и ул.Громобоя
Groboa Street is a street in Ivanovo City. It is located in the town of Yamy in the Oktyabrsky district. It starts at the Nardomovsky Bridge near Ikryanistova-Nagovitsyna Street and Slesarn Lane Industrial Zone and extends from west to east through Zhidelev Street, Lenin Avenue, Pogranichny Lane, Kalinin Street and finally joins Sheremetevsky Avenue near Svyato-Vvedensky Monastery. The length is about 1.5 kilometers.
13. Фабрика им. Ф.Э. Дзержинского
Felix Edmundovich Dzerzhinsky, nicknamed "Iron Felix", was a Bolshevik revolutionary and official, born into Polish nobility. From 1917 until his death in 1926, Dzerzhinsky led the first two Soviet state-security organizations, the Cheka and the OGPU, establishing a secret police for the post-revolutionary Soviet regime. He was one of the architects of the Red Terror and decossackization.
14. Место гибели Ф.А.Афанасьева
"Krasnaya Talka", a memorial complex in the city of Ivanovo, commemorates the revolutionary speeches of Ivanovo-Woznesensk workers during the first Russian revolution and the establishment of Russia's first citywide workers' representative committee. One of the major revolutionary historical and artistic monuments in the city. Sculptor L. L. Mikhailyonok, architect V. S. Vasilkovsky.
15. Земское училище
Maria Ryabinina Street is a street in the town of Ivanov. It is located in Leninsky district. It starts from Smirnoff Street and extends north to the Uward River. It is an extension of Lezhnevskaya Street. It intersects the streets: Lezhnevskaya, Smirnova, Krasnogvardeyskaya, 10 August, Sovetskaya, Pushkina, Arsenia, Sadovaya, III International, Sakko, Vanzetti and Profsoyuznaya.
16. Дом И.П.Головина
Sadova Ya Street is a street in Ivanov. It is located in Leninsky district, starting from Krutitskaya Street and extending southeast to Kolotilov Street. It intersects Sheremetevsky Prospekt, streets: Krutitskaya, Pother Nozdrin, Maria Ryabinina, Bubnova, Kolotilov. Parallel to the street are Arseniy Street and III International Street. The length is 1.2 kilometers.
17. Рождественская улица
Krasnaya Armia Street is one of the oldest streets in the city of Ivanov. It is located in Frentzensky District. It starts from Lenin Avenue and extends southwest to Bagaev Street. It intersects streets: Stepanova, Teatralnaya, Varentsova, Bagaeva, and alleys: Aptechny and Stepanova. Connecting Revolution Square and Victory 40th Anniversary Square.
18. Дом, в котором находился Совет депутатов
The Workers' Representative Committee is an elected workers' representative body established in Ivanovo-Woznesensk during the first Russian revolution from May 15 to July 19, 1905, with 151 representatives from factories with more than 1,000 workers. There are 151 delegates. Chairman-A. E. Nozdrin. It is believed to be Russia's first committee.
19. Александровская улица
Prospeckt Lenina is one of the central streets of Ivanovo, Russia. It starts from Revolution Square, passes through Pushkin Square, separating the Leninsky and Frunzensky districts, crosses the Uvod River through the Theater Bridge and then passes north through Lenin Square, ending at the overpass across the railway in the Oktyabrsky District.
20. Дом, в котором жил С.И.Балашов
Semyon Ivanovich Balashov was a Soviet politician and party leader. He has been a Communist since 1898. Revolutionary fighter, one of the leaders of the Ivanovo-Woznesensk strike in 1905. Chairman of Ivanovo-Woznesensk Committee of Russian Social Democratic Labor Party (b). The party's pen name is "Wanderers".
21. Химико-технологический институт
The Ivanovo State University of Chemistry and Technology or ISUCT (ИГХТУ) is a public university located in Ivanovo, the administrative center of Ivanovo Oblast, Russia. Research priorities of the ISUCT are concentrated in chemical technology, chemistry and engineering.
22. Мануфактура Ямановского
Bolshaya Ivanovskaya Manufactura (BIM) is a former textile enterprise of Ivanov. It is located in the city center, on both sides of the Uward River. The Territory is bounded by Pushkin Square, Lenin Avenue, Batulin Street and Zverev Street. A monument of history.
23. Центральный почтамт
Ivanovo Main Post Office is the main post office of the city of Ivanovo. It is located at the intersection of Lenin Avenue and Pochtovaya Street at 17 Lenin Avenue. The building was built from 1929 to 1931 and underwent a significant reconstruction in 1957.
24. Комплекс домов ИВПИ
Ivanovo-Voznesensk Polytechnic Institute is a higher education institution in the city of Ivanovo-Voznesensk (Ivanovo). Functioned from 1918 to 1930; in 1930 it was liquidated, and branch universities were created on the basis of individual faculties.
25. Пролетарский текстильщик
Proletarskaya Street is a street in the city of Ivanov. It is located in Leninsky district. It starts from Smirnoff Street and extends north to Sacco Street. It intersects streets: Smirnova, Remiznaya, 10 August, Suvorova, alleys: Stolyarny, Zapolny.
26. Научная библиотека
The Ivanovo Regional Science Library is the central library of the Ivanovo region and the National Science Library located in the city of Ivanovo. It is a large library, information, cultural, educational and methodological center in Ivanovo region.
27. Улица Крутицкая. Фрагмент застройки
The First Kitchen Factory is an architectural monument; It was opened by the "People's Food" partnership in Ivanovo-Woznesensk on March 29, 1925, and worked for about 20 years, becoming the embryonic form of a new type of factory kitchen building.
28. Могила А.Н.Тебенькова
Anatoly Nikiforovich Tebenkov-Member of the Communist Youth League of the 487th Red Flag Rifle Regiment Infantry Battalion, 143rd Konotopo-Korostenskaya Red Flag Order, 47th Army Suvorov Infantry Division, 1st Front Army of Belarus, Soviet hero.
29. Женская профессиональная школа
Dmitry Gennadyevich Burylin is an Ivanovo-Ascension manufacturer, philanthropist and collector from the merchant dynasty of the Burylins. A prominent public figure of Ivanovo-Voznesensk in the late XIX - early XX century. Old Believer.
30. Панская улица
Stanco Street is one of the oldest streets in Ivanov. It is located in Frentzensky District. It starts from Smirnov Street and extends south to Mayakovskaya Street. It intersects the streets: Smirnova, Palekhskaya, Varentsova, Bagaeva.
31. Дворец искусств
Ivanovo National Theatre Complex is a multifunctional building, including several theater venues. It is located in Building 2, Pushkin Square, Ivanovo City. It was not until 1965 that it was called "Ivanovo Bolshoi Theatre".
32. Здание театра
Ivanovo National Philharmonic Orchestra is the Philharmonic Orchestra of Ivanovo City in Ivanovo Region. One of the oldest Philharmonic Orchestras in Russia, founded in 1936. The largest touring organization in the region.
33. Социалистический городок
Ivanovo Blending Factory is a large light industrial textile enterprise in Ivanovo City. Located in St. Channel 15, 4V. In 1930, the factory was named after K. I. Frolov, one of the organizers of the textile industry.
34. Дом первого Совета
The First Committee Museum is located in the building of the former Meshandskaya Committee in Ivanovo City; It is an offshoot of the Ivanovo National Museum of History and Local Legends, named after D. G. Burylin.
35. Главный дом
Dulinger Manor is one of the few well-preserved pre-revolutionary art nouveau manors in Ivanovo. It was built in 1914 by local architect Alexander Fedorovich Snurilov for Swiss Alexander Jakovlevich Duringer.
36. Дом Б.И.Пророкова
Boris Ivanovich Prorokov (1911-1972) was a Soviet and Russian painter and master of satire and political drawings. Soviet people's artist (1971). He won the Lenin Prize (1961) and two Stalin third prizes.
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