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Agricultural University

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AGRICULTURAL UNIVERSITY, fully named the St. Petersburg State Agricultural University, situated at 2 Peterburgskoe Highway, Pushkin. It originates from the Agricultural School established in Tsarskoe Selo in 1797. The university was founded in 1922 after the integration of three institutes: the Stebut Agricultural Institute established in 1918 on the basis of the higher women's agricultural courses founded by I. A. Stebut in 1904; the Kamennoostrovsky Agricultural Institute; and the Petrograd Agronomical Institute. Renamed the Leningrad Agricultural Institute in 1922, it received the status of university in 1991 and its current name in 1992. Among its teachers and researchers were N. I. Vavilov, K. D. Glinka, M. I. Dyakov, S. P. Kravkov, M. N. Letoshnev, E. F. Liskun, V. N. Sukachev, et al. The university comprised 12 departments in 2002: soil science and agricultural ecology, agronomy, plant conservation and quarantine, horticulture, animal breeding, mechanisation and technical service, agriculture building, agriculture electrification, health and safety, economics, land utilisation, and humanitarian teacher's training. The university possesses large education and production facilities including specialised and problem laboratories, research facilities, test workshops, hostels, and stadiums.

Reference: Санкт-Петербургский государственный аграрный университет и становление сельскохозяйственного образования: Док. история. СПб., 1994.

А. P. Kupaygorodskaya.

Dyakov M.I.
Glinka Konstantin Dmitrievich
Kravkov Sergey Pavlovich
Letoshnev M.N.
Liskun Efim Fedotovich
Stebut Ivan Alexandrovich
Sukachev N.
Vavilov Nikolay Ivanovich

Peterburgskoe Freeway/Pushkin, town, house 2

Санкт-Петербургский государственный аграрный университет и становление сельскохозяйственного образования: Док. история. СПб., 1994

The subject Index
Stebut's Agricultural Courses for Women


January. In Tsarskoye Selo, the Town Duma, Zemstvo and Menshevik Soviet were dissolved. N.I. Tatarintsev became the head of the new Bolshevik Soviet, this Soviet was declared as the only power in Tsarskoye Selo. 15 January
Source: Tsarskoe Selo


The summer. Maksim Gorky arrived to Detskoye Selo for resting, he occupied several rooms in the merchant Skorospekhov's house in Proletarskya Street. The memorial room was opened there on 18 June 1941 and the memorial plaque was set
Source: Tsarskoe Selo


6 January. The science fiction writer A.R. Belyayev died from starvation in occupied Pushkin Town, he was burried in a common grave in the Kazanskoye Semetery
Source: Tsarskoe Selo


February. The restored city hospital for 120 beds began to work in Pavlovsk Road (now it is the building of the tubercolosis hospital). 15 February. The regular lessons began at the Pushkin Agricultural Institute with students who returned from
Source: Tsarskoe Selo


June. The headquarters of the virgin lands workers was organized at the Leningrad Agricultural Institute; the headquarters began to form the student units for the work on the virgin lands in Kazakhstan
Source: Tsarskoe Selo


Houses having living space of 48,700 square metres were put into housing in the Pushkin district (houses were built in Kommunarov Street, Karl Marx Street, Kikvidze Street, Leningradskaya Street). November
Source: Tsarskoe Selo


Monument to the soil scientist V.V. Dokuchayev (designed by the sculptor I.V. Krestovsky and the architect M.B. Serebrovsky) was installed near the former Cossack barracks restored after the war according to the design by the architect L.N
Source: Tsarskoe Selo


8 December. The Museum of the Leningrad Agricultural Institute History was founded. Vladimir Nikolayevich Smirnov, a son of N.I. Smirnov, the last senior priest of the Cathedral of St
Source: Tsarskoe Selo


8 September. The 100th anniversary of the founding of Saint Petersburg Agrary University occurred. University was the diverse educational establishment having the 10 departments to this event
Source: Tsarskoe Selo

Barracks of the Own His Emperor Majesty Escort

During its random staying in Tsarskoye Selo over the 19th century the Emperor Escort occupied hussar and cuirassier barracks. The first permanent wooden barracks of the Own His Emperor Majesty Escort were built in 1895 in the Alexander Park in
Source: Tsarskoe Selo

Dokuchaev V.V., (1846-1903), soil scientist

DOKUCHAEV Vasily Vasilievich (1846-1903), naturalist, soil scientist. In 1871, graduated from the Science Department of the Physics and Mathematics Faculty of Petersburg University

Pushkin, town

PUSHKIN, a town and municipal unit situated south of Saint Petersburg. Known until 1918 as Tsarskoe Selo, and in 1918-37 as Detskoe Selo. As of 2002, population totalled approximately 95,000 inhabitants

The Farm (an ensemble of the Alexander Park)

The Farm is located in the heart of the Alexander Park near the White Tower and the Military Chamber. The complex has been founded at this place from 1810 when the first wooden constructions were built according to the design of the garden
Source: Tsarskoe Selo

The Lower Stables.

The Lower stables with a fodder yard, fences and a wing with dwelling flats for stablemen were built in 1756-1762 to the design of F.-B. Rastrelli and under the direction of S.I. Chevakinsky
Source: Tsarskoe Selo