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Osinovaya Roshcha, the Park

OSINOVAYA ROSHCHA (Aspen Grove) is a park in the village of the same name. It is located two kilometres to the north-east of Levashovo Railway Station. Osinovaya Roshcha is an architectural landscape monument of the end of the 18th - beginning of

Ossovsky А.V., (1871-1957), music theorist

OSSOVSKY Alexander Vyacheslavovich (1871-1957, Leningrad), music theorist, corresponding member of the Academy of Sciences of the USSR (1943), Honoured Worker of Arts of the Russian Soviet Federative Socialist Republic (1938)

Ostrogradsky M.V., (1801-1861), mathematician

OSTROGRADSKY Mikhail Vasilevich (1801-1861), mathematician and mechanic, member of the St. Petersburg Academy of Sciences (1828). He graduated from the University of Kharkov in 1820 and settled in St. Petersburg eight years later

Ostroumova-Lebedeva A.P., (1871-1955), Artist

OSTROUMOVA-LEBEDEVA Anna Petrovna (1871, St. Petersburg - 1955, Leningrad) graphic artist, aquarellist, people's artist of the Russian Soviet Federative Socialist Republic (1946), full member of the Academy of Arts of the USSR (1949). She married S

Ostrova, area

OSTROVA (Islands), general unofficial name of Elagin Island, Krestovsky Island and Kamenny Island (see articles), that was common in the 19th - early 20th centuries. In 1934-92, these islands were renamed Kirovskie (after S.M. Kirov)

Ostrovskogo Square

OSTROVSKOGO SQUARE known as Alexandrinskaya Square before 1923, between Nevsky Prospect and Zodchego Rossi Street. It was renamed after playwright A. N. Ostrovsky (1823-86). The square was designed by architect K. I

Otechestvennye Zapiski (Notes of the Fatherland), journal

OTECHESTVENNYE ZAPISKI (Notes of the Fatherland). 1) A literary and political journal, founded by P. P. Svinyin as an annual journal. It appeared in 1818-30, from 1820 circulated as a monthly and published articles and material on the history of


OTKHODNIKI, seasonal workers (mainly peasants), who came to St. Petersburg in search of work. Otkhodniki appeared in the city at the beginning of the 18th century and took part in the city's construction

Otsup P.A. (1883-1963), photographer

OTSUP Peter Adolfovich (1883, St. Petersburg 1963), photographer, initiator of Russian photo reporting. In 1890s he worked as a pupil in a photo studio. From 1900, he worked as photographer for journals Ogonyok, Solntse Rossii, Niva, Nash Vestnik

Ott D. O., (1855-1929), obstetrician, gynaecologist

OTT Dmitry Oskarovich (1855-1929, Leningrad), obstetrician, gynaecologist, Doctor of Medicine (1884), court medic (1895). Ott graduated from the Medical Surgical Academy in 1879

Ott Institute of Obstetrics and Gynaecology

OTT INSTITUTE OF OBSTETRICS AND GYNAECOLOGY, a research institute situated at 3 Mendeleevskaya Street. It was founded in 1797 on the initiative of Empress Maria Fedorovna as the Midwifery Institute named the Imperial Midwifery Institute from 1828

Our Lady’s Church of Joy for All Who Sorrow

OUR LADY’S CHURCH OF JOY FOR ALL WHO SORROW, located at 24 Obukhovskoy Oborony Avenue, was built in 1894-98 in the Muscovite style (architects A.I. von Gogen and A.V

Our Lady’s Church of Joy for All Who Sorrow

OUR LADY’S CHURCH OF JOY FOR ALL WHO SORROW, located at 35a Shpalernaya Street. Constructed in 1817-18, in a late Classicist style (architect L. Rusca), replacing the Holy Resurrection Church built in 1711 at the palace of Tsarina Natalya Alexeevna

Ozerki, locality

OZERKI, a locality in the northern part of Saint Petersburg, neighbouring Shuvalovo on the north, the Novo-Orlovsky forest park on the northwest, the Udelnaya metro station on the south, and Kolomyagi on the southwest

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