Union Cultural

  • Posted on March 1, 2012 at 11:15 pm

Now leading the city's economy production is the assembly of motor vehicles 'Volga' and minivans 'Gazelle' and 'Sable', instrument, household chemicals, light industry and food industry – of course, wines, cognacs, juices, canned fruit and vegetables, sweets, pasta and much more tasty and healthy. Loud and colorful life always boils at numerous bazaars and markets (which, incidentally, much cheaper than South Coast). But, of course, hearing and sight more political and administrative as the capital of Crimea. Here it meets the Verkhovna Rada, the Government is working autonomy. The leading TV channels and popular newspapers editorial Ukraine and Russia, the world's news agencies have standing here and korrpunkty representation. Simferopol is very different from other cities of Crimea abundance of young people, mostly students. This is one of the largest in the southern Ukraine university centers, many universities have great museums, such as Zoological Museum of the Tauride National University (+38 0652 23.03.93) – in my opinion, one of the best.

On a trip taken by anyone. Scientific and cultural potential of Simferopol always powerfully fueled by luminaries from both Russian capitals, and Kiev, international expeditions and cultural actions. Philharmonic, the Union of Artists and other creative associations, national societies have made rich cultural life. On its long tradition of evidenced by the remarkable building of the Russian Drama Theatre on Pushkin Street, designed by Academician AN Beketov in 1911. Landmarks downtown remarkable Russian classicism with Southern romance, but in the former suburban suburbs (eastern bank of the river Salgir) is pretty funny and uninhibited style. Interesting and courageous revolutionary buildings 20-40 years, such as 'house-to-ship' on the street. Zhukovsky 5, BI and other projects Belozersky.

Celebrities. Discoverer of the Scythian Naples was Alexander Sultan Krym-weight, the nephew of the last of the Crimean Khan. Educated and married in England, he returned to the Crimea and had worked with wife of Christian mission.

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