Maloyaroslavets


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Maloyaroslavets

(mä'ləyärəslä`vyĭts), city, E central European Russia, on the Luzh River. In Oct., 1812, Russian forces in the city barred the road to Kaluga against Napoleon's retreating army, forcing it to retreat by way of Mozhaysk through devastated territory.
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Principal battles: siege of Ochakov (1789); Izmail (1790); Durrenstein (near Lunz), Austerlitz (Slavkov) (1805); Borodino, Maloyaroslavets (near Kaluja), Krasnoye (Smolensk region), the Berezina (1812).
Principal battles: Marengo (near Alessandria) (1800), the Raab, Wagram (1809), Borodino, Maloyaroslavets (near Kaluga) (1812), Lutzen, Mockern (1813).
On December 18, in the village of Kollontai, Maloyaroslavets district, the largest Russian Pacific white-shrimp farm was opened.
Electronic auction: provision of services for the organization and holding of events in the city of maloyaroslavets within the framework of the military-historical festival "the day of the maloyaroslavets battle" (registration number: 1507e-10 / 17sb)
Detchino Rural Settlement Village Detchino Maloyaroslavets District Of Kaluga Region
Address : The Russian Federation, 249091, Kaluga region, Maloyaroslavets district, Maloyaroslavets g Chistovich, 38
Request for quotations: Designing The Project: Reconstruction Of The System Of Ventilation And Smoke Removal Of Residential Apartment Buildings Located At Kaluga Region Maloyaroslavets Street.
Address : The Russian Federation, 249064, Kaluga region, Maloyaroslavets district, Panskoe d, -, -, -
Request for proposal: Purchase Of Official Apartments In The City For The Needs Of The Prosecutor~s Office Maloyaroslavets Kaluga Region