Synonyms for medvezhyegorsky or Related words with medvezhyegorsky

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Examples of "medvezhyegorsky"
Medvezhyegorsky (masculine), Medvezhyegorskaya (feminine), or Medvezhyegorskoye (neuter) may refer to:
Within the framework of administrative divisions, the urban-type settlement of Povenets is subordinated to Medvezhyegorsky District. As a municipal division, Povenets, together with seventeen rural localities, is incorporated within Medvezhyegorsky Municipal District as Povenetskoye Urban Settlement.
Within the framework of administrative divisions, the urban-type settlement of Pindushi is subordinated to Medvezhyegorsky District. As a municipal division, Pindushi, together with eight rural localities, is incorporated within Medvezhyegorsky Municipal District as Pindushskoye Urban Settlement.
Medvezhyegorsk (; ; ) is a town and the administrative center of Medvezhyegorsky District of the Republic of Karelia, Russia. Population: 15,800 (1959).
Within the framework of administrative divisions, Medvezhyegorsk serves as the administrative center of Medvezhyegorsky District, to which it is directly subordinated. As a municipal division, the town of Medvezhyegorsk, together with three rural localities, is incorporated within Medvezhyegorsky Municipal District as Medvezhyegorskoye Urban Settlement.
Pegrema is an abandoned village in Medvezhyegorsky District of the Republic of Karelia, Russia, situated on a bank of Lake Onega, about 10 km from Unitsa.
Within the framework of administrative divisions, Medvezhyegorsky District is one of the fifteen in the Republic of Karelia and has administrative jurisdiction over 1 town (Medvezhyegorsk), 2 urban-type settlements (Pindushi and Povenets), and 144 rural localities. As a municipal division, the district is incorporated as Medvezhyegorsky Municipal District. The town, the 2 urban-type settlements, and 28 rural localities are incorporated into 3 urban settlements, while the remaining 116 rural localities are incorporated into 6 rural settlements within the municipal district. The town of Medvezhyegorsk serves as the administrative center of both the administrative and municipal district.
Kizhi (, ) is an island near the geometrical center of the Lake Onega in the Republic of Karelia (Medvezhyegorsky District), Russia. It is elongated from north to south and is about 6 km long, 1 km wide and is about 68 km away from the capital of Karelia, Petrozavodsk.
Povenets (; ; ) is an urban locality (an urban-type settlement) in Medvezhyegorsky District of the Republic of Karelia, Russia, located on the shore of Lake Onega, north of Petrozavodsk, the capital of the republic. As of the 2010 Census, its population was 2,209.
Medvezhyegorsky District (; ) is an administrative district (raion), one of the fifteen in the Republic of Karelia, Russia. It is located in the southeast of the republic. The area of the district is . Its administrative center is the town of Medvezhyegorsk. As of the 2010 Census, the total population of the district was 31,864, with the population of Medvezhyegorsk accounting for 48.7% of that number.
Pindushi (; ; ) is an urban locality (an urban-type settlement) in Medvezhyegorsky District of the Republic of Karelia, Russia, located on the northern tip of Lake Onega, north of Petrozavodsk, the capital of the republic. As of the 2010 Census, its population was 4,598.
By the end of the 16th century, there were 14 settlements on the island. By the early 1900s, their number reduced to nine, which were named Pogost, Bachurino, Bishevo, Bosarevo, Vasilyevo, Kyazhevo, Morozovo, Navolok and Yamka. By the end of World War II, seven of them disappeared and only Vasilyevo and Yamka remain. They are a part of the "Kizhi rural settlement" belonging to the larger Velikogubskoe rural settlement of Medvezhyegorsky District, Republic of Karelia, Russia.
Until the end of May 1944 the 32nd Army defended the frontier in the Medvezhyegorsky District and from 21 July to 9 August the army participated in the Svir-Petrozavodsk Offensive, when part of the army reached the Finish border in the vicinity of Longonvara. When Finland was knocked out of the war on 19 September 1944 the army was relegated to guarding the Finnish border. During the offensive the army consisted of:
Onezhsky District () is an administrative district (raion), one of the twenty-one in Arkhangelsk Oblast, Russia. As a municipal division, it is incorporated as Onezhsky Municipal District. It is located in the northwest of the oblast and borders with Primorsky District in the northeast, Plesetsky District in the southeast, Pudozhsky, Medvezhyegorsky, and Segezhsky Districts of the Republic of Karelia in the southwest, and with Belomorsky District of the Republic of Karelia in the west. In the north, the district is washed by the White Sea. The area of the district is . Its administrative center is the town of Onega (which is not administratively a part of the district). Population:
Kizhi Pogost () is a historical site dating from the 17th century on Kizhi island. The island is located on Lake Onega in the Republic of Karelia (Medvezhyegorsky District), Russia. The pogost is the area inside a fence which includes two large wooden churches (the 22-dome Transfiguration Church and the 9-dome Intercession Church) and a bell-tower. The pogost is famous for its beauty and longevity, despite that it is built exclusively of wood. In 1990, it was included in the UNESCO list of World Heritage sites and in 1993 listed as a Russian Cultural Heritage site.
The Zazhoginskoe field is one of the largest fields of shungite rocks in the world. It is located on the outskirts of the village Tolvuya in Medvezhyegorsky District of Karelia, 1.7 km from the shore of Lake Onega, 5 km from a navigable bay. Shungite rocks were deposited around the northern part of Lake Onega and under the lake. The field consists of two: Zazhoginskoe and Maksovo. Developed areas of the field are located 2–3 km to the south of the village Tolvuya. The development of Zazhoginskoe field began in the early 1990s of the 20th century.