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The former military hospital, an example of Stalinist architecture The monument of the academician Vernadsky, at the intersection of Peremohy Avenue and Academician Vernadsky Boulevard The hotel and restaurant "Verkhovyna" at Sviatoshyn Pond, As a result of the Ukrainian—Soviet War — and the Polish—Soviet War — Kiev City and its suburbs was finally captured by the Red Army.
In Bolsheviks conducted the administrative subdivision reform, so Kiev was divided into 5 raions districts and Sviatoshyn was included into the City Council area permanently.
The Bolshevik government was conducting the nationalisation policy so that many dacha villas were expropriated. The best villas were transferred to state and trade unions sanatoriumsboarding schools and Young Pioneer camps. Some other villas and cottages were converted to communal apartments.
In practice it means that a house owner family was left just one bedrooma rest of bedrooms were given to other families, which usually originated from the working class.
A kitchen room and a bathroom were used by all families together, that lived in a house. In the s Sviatoshyn's St. Nicholas Eastern Orthodox church was demolished by Bolsheviks. It was only one the refuge for Roman Catholics in all Kiev region. In the training centre of Soviet partisans guerrillas located in the house at 10 the 2nd Prosika.
There are a complex of monuments at Soviet soldiers' graves who killed in battle of Kiev in at the Sviatoshyn Cemetery. At the end of the s Sviatoshyn Airfield was passed to ownership of an aircraft serial production plant that since has been headquarters of Antonov state company.
In the company produced the largest ever aircraft Antonov An Mriya. Together with the aircraft factory development the new village Aviamistechko began being built next to the north-east edge of Sviatoshyn. The name Aviamistechko Ukrainian: Sometimes this locality has been called Novosviatoshyn New Sviatoshyn as well.
In the clothing factory "Kashtan" was launched; it was one of the biggest producer of men's shirts in the USSR. Besides residential buildings there have been numerous research institutes of Ukrainian Academy of Sciences situated in there.
Therefore, the suburb got the name Akademmistechko Ukrainian: In Sviatoshyn o station of the Kiev Metro was opened on the east edge of neighbourhood, next to the same name railway station. At the beginning of the s a new housing estate of tower blocks was begun erecting in the north-west part of Sviatoshyn and south-east part of Bilychi suburbs, for that all existing former dacha houses had been demolished in there.
In — the Ukrainian poet and Soviet political prisoner Vasyl Stus was living in apartment building at a Chornobylska Street in that housing estate.
In due to increasing number of traffic lanes of Brest-Litovsky Highway, Sviatoshyn tram line was dismantled. Memorial to Chernobyl disaster victims Memorial to victims of the Chernobyl tragedy The memorial to Chernobyl disaster victims is located in a landscape park at the intersection of Chornobylska Street and Peremohy Avenue.
The memorial is devoted to people who were killed, injured and suffered because of the Chernobyl disaster in The monument to victims of that tragedy was erected at the initiative of the "Chernobyl Disabled Union" on 26 Aprilwith funds of the local budget and private donations.
Authors of the monument are the sculptor Volodymyr Chepelyk and architect Mykola Kyslyi. It is named after the poet and political prisoner Vasyl Stuswho was one of the most significant members of the Ukrainian cultural movement of the sixtiers.
He was living near this place at 62 Lvivska Street, since his marriage in to the first arrest in The house was demolished in due to building the road interchange there. The initiative coordinator was Viktor Tkachenko. In March the Kyiv City Council supported this initiative and local volunteers including students of schools andclean up the plot on Earth Day.
However, in the Kiev City State Administration gave a building permit for shopping centre construction here. Thus the building developer cut down more than trees including oaks older than years and pines older than years.
There were Vasyl Stus's widow and his sister, who was a refugee from the Donetsk Oblast because of the war in Donbassgranddaughter, friends- sixtierspublic activists and local community residents present in the ceremonial unveiling of the garden square.
Buses to European countries and Western Ukraine set off from here. Zhytomyrska Metro stationopened on 24 Mayis situated in the centre of Sviatoshyn. Sviatoshyn stationbuilt inis on the eastern edge of the suburb.
Akademmistechko stationopened inis located at the border Bilychi and Akademmistechko neighbourhoods near the north side of Sviatoshyn.portfolio of cogeneration units in ukraine joint implementation project project design document erupt 5 kyiv/berlin, 25 february Министерство За Надворешни Работи на Република Македонија.
His Exellency Mr. François Bontemps: Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary. Sergei Viktorovich Samsonov (Russian: Серге́й Ви́кторович Самсо́нов, Sergej Viktorovič Samsonov; born October 27, ) is a former Russian professional ice hockey forward who is now a scout for the Carolina Hurricanes.
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Ensure effective and regular liaison. Trojca were consecrated, whose founder is the Russian businessman Sergei Samsonenko, owner of the football and men’s and women’s handball club “Vardar”.
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