Chkalov


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Chka·lov

 (chə-kä′ləf, chkä′-)

Chkalov

(Russian ˈtʃkaləf)
n
(Placename) the former name (1938–57) of Orenburg

O•ren•burg

(ˈɔr ənˌbɜrg, ˈoʊr-)

n.
a city in the SW Russian Federation in Asia, on the Ural River. 547,000. Formerly, Chkalov.
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Address : 628263, Khanty-Mansi Autonomous Area - Yugra Autonomous Region, Yugorsk city, Chkalov street, house 1
Next morning, we have a quick run around the 15th century Kremlin ( it's Russian for ' fortress' and every main city has one) and soak in the awe- inspiring view of the Volga river from the top of the Chkalov stairs.
In 1961-66, Karimov was a leading engineer-constructor at the Chkalov Tashkent aviation production complex.
Summary: TEHRAN (FNA)- Tests of Russia's fifth-generation T-50 fighter jets in the Chkalov state flight test center in Akhtubinsk, Astrakhan Region in South Russia may start in July, Air Force Commander Lt.
And, of course, Valery Chkalov and two other Soviet aviators landed here on June 20, 1937, after a 63-hour flight over the top of the world.
The new cruisers of the Chkalov class (project 68-I), under construction
From 1961-66 he worked as an engineer, a leading engineer-constructor at the Chkalov Tashkent aviation production complex.
For example, during World War II the well-known Chkalov aircraft factory began operating in Tashkent.
The Soviets made substantial industrial investments in Uzbekistan, notably during World War II, when the large Chkalov aircraft factory was set up in Tashkent.