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YekaterinburgCity HallChurch on Blood in Honor of All SaintsThe Sevanstyanov HouseUrals Chemical Engineering Plant (Uralhimmash)UralmashVerkh Isetskiy Metallurgical Plant, VIZ Steel…  
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Yekaterinburg, Church on Blood in Honor of All Saints  
Church on Blood in Honor of All SaintsDuring the night of July 16/17, 1918, the last Russian Emperor Nikolai II and his family were executed in the house that belonged to the engineer Nikolas…  
Yekaterinburg, City Hall  
City HallYekaterinburg was founded in 1723 by Vasily Tatishchev and Georg Wilhelm Henning as an industrial center. It was named after Peter the Great‘s wife, Catherine I. Cast iron, steel, copper,…  
Yekaterinburg, The Sevastjanov House  
The Sewastyanov HouseSince 2009, the Sevastyanov House is the official residence of the President of the Russian Federation in the Urals. Official meetings involving leaders of different countries…  
Yekaterinburg, Urals Chemical Engineering Plant (Uralhimmash)  
Urals Chemical Engineering Plant (Uralhimmash)Uralhimmash was founded in 1942 during World War II on the basis of the “Bolshevik” Plant that had been evacuated there from Kiev. At first, there was…  
Perm, The Voznesensko-Feodosievskaya Church  
The Voznesensko-Feodosievskaya Church In May 1723, according to W. Henning's written order, the construction of a new copper-smelting plant began on the Egoshiha River, a tributary of the Kama.…  
Perm, The Ural Mining Railway  
The Ural Mining Railwayin 1879, the first railroads went into operation between Yekatarinenburg, Perm and the main factories in the Urals. The mining railroads promoted the development of trade and…  
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