Petrozavodsk


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Pet·ro·za·vodsk

 (pĕt′rə-zə-vŏtsk′, pyĭ-trə-zə-vôtsk′)
A city of northwest Russia on Lake Onega northeast of St. Petersburg. Peter the Great built an ironworks here in 1703.

Petrozavodsk

(Russian pɪtrəzaˈvɔtsk)
n
(Placename) a city in NW Russia, capital of the Karelian Autonomous Republic, on Lake Onega: developed around ironworks established by Peter the Great in 1703; university (1940). Pop: 265 000 (2005 est

Pe•tro•za•vodsk

(ˌpɛ trə zəˈvɒtsk)

n.
the capital of the Karelian Republic, in the NW Russian Federation in Europe. 270,000.
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Tenders are invited for installation of an automatic installation of a fire alarm and evacuation warning and warning system in the building of the nadezhda childrens aid center, located at: republic of karelia, petrozavodsk, ul.
He studied medicine at the University of Petrozavodsk, served in the Northern Fleet, worked as a hospital orderly and porter, and ran his own business.
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23 November 2011 - Stockholm-listed Rezidor Hotel Group AB (STO:REZT) said Tuesday it would open a Park Inn hotel in Petrozavodsk, the capital of the Republic of Karelia in northwestern Russia, in 2013.
Marta Yegorovnam, from Petrozavodsk, Russia, wrapped the two-foot long body with a huge head and sticklike arms in plastic and hid it away.
At first the disaster was blamed purely on the fog, but it is now believed the Tupolev Tu-134 struck power lines as it was trying to land, knocking out the runway lights in Petrozavodsk, 430 miles northwest of Moscow.
The jet had been flying from Moscow to Petrozavodsk, in north-west Russia.
The RusAir Tupolev 134 plane was flying from Moscow s Domodedovo airport to Petrozavodsk, the largest city in Karelia, and crashed onto a highway short of the airport runway, bursting into flames.
Summary: MOSCOW(Cihan/Ria Novosti) - The RusAir Tu-134 crash landed on a highway about a kilometer away from Petrozavodsk's airport.
"We were deeply saddened to learn about the crash of the airplane on 21 June 2011 near Petrozavodsk which led to numerous human losses," the president's press service cited President Otunbaeva as saying.