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  • Arzamas — Saltar a navegación, búsqueda Arzamas Арзамас Escudo …   Wikipedia Español

  • Arzamas — Арзамас Coordonnées  …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Arzamas — For the Arzamas literary society, see Arzamas Society. Arzamas (English) Арзамас (Russian) …   Wikipedia

  • Arzamas-16 — Institut panrusse de recherche scientifique en physique expérimentale Le VNIIEF, ou Institut panrusse de recherche scientifique en physique expérimentale (en russe : Всероссийский Научно Исследовательский Институт Экспериментальной Физики),… …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Arzamas — Stadt Arsamas Арзамас Wappen …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Arzamas — Original name in latin Arzamas Name in other language ARZAMAS, Arsamas, Arzamas, Arzamasas, Arzamass, Arzamasz, Gorad Arzamas, a er zha ma si, aleujamaseu, aruzamasu, arzamas, АРЗАМАС, Арзамас, Горад Арзамас State code RU Continent/City… …   Cities with a population over 1000 database

  • Arzamas — ▪ Russia       city, Nizhegorod oblast (province), southwestern Russia, on the Tesha River, a tributary of the Oka River. First mentioned in a manuscript in 1366 and again in 1552, Arzamas was chartered in 1578. Agricultural equipment and food… …   Universalium

  • Arzamas — Arzamạs   [ z ], Stadt in Russland, Arsamas …   Universal-Lexikon

  • Arzamas train disaster — Arzamas explosion, known also as Arzamas train disaster occurred on June 4, 1988, when three cars transporting hexogen to Kazakhstan exploded on the railway crossing in Arzamas, Gorky Oblast, USSR (now Nizhny Novgorod Oblast, Russia). The 118… …   Wikipedia

  • Arzamas Society — The Arzamas Society (Russian: Арзамас ) was a literary society in Saint Petersburg in 1815 1818. The society received its name after a humorous work by a Russian statesman Dmitry Bludov called A Vision at the Inn at Arzamas, Published by the… …   Wikipedia

  • Arzamas society — ▪ Russian literary society       Russian literary circle that flourished in 1815–18 and was formed for the semiserious purpose of ridiculing the conservative “Lovers of the Russian Word,” a group dominated by the philologist Aleksandr S. Shishkov …   Universalium


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