Narodnaia

Narodnaia

 

the highest mountain in the Urals, in the subarctic Urals, in the Issledovatel’ Range, on the border between the Komi ASSR and the Tiumen’ Oblast, RSFSR. Elevation, 1,894 m. Mount Narodnaia is composed of Proterozoic and Cambrian quartzites and schists. There are small glaciers. At the base of the mountain, in the deep valleys, there are sparse larch and birch forests; higher up there is mountain tundra.

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Lev Vladimirovich Cherepnin (Moscow: Nauka, 1976), 161-62; Klibanov, Narodnaia sotsial'naia utopiia v Rossii, 2 vols.
Prima organizatie care a aplicat ideile lui Pisacane a fost Narodnaia Volia (Vointa populara sau Libertatea populara) care cuprindea un grup de constitutionalisti rusi opozanti inversunati ai tarismului in perioada lui 1878.
This includes the use of narodnaia meditsina, traditional homemade remedies dispensed by doctors and pharmacists to compensate for wartime shortages.
Insofar as the audience for popular publications thus came to overlap with the nascent 'Nepali jati', the new lok represented 'the people', in a way comparable to the German Volk, or the Russian equation of folk culture with narodnaia ('national') culture.
4) published in Paris, France, and the publication of a new series of scholarly papers on Orthodoxy and Russian folk culture (Pravoslavie i russkaia narodnaia kul'tura) initiated in Moscow in 1994.
Trifonov wrote on a wide variety of subjects: the Stalin era, including the fate of his father, a committed Bolshevik who was arrested in 1937; his own work-related experiences in the Turkmenian desert and abroad; the mores of Moscow intellectuals in the 1960s and 1970s; and various historical themes, like the nineteenth-century terrorist group Narodnaia Volia (The People's Will) and the Revolution and civil war.
Narodnaia instrumental'naia muzyka kak fenomen kul' tury.
Narodnaia muzykal'nnaia kul'tura Tverskoi i Moskovskoi oblastei: uchebnoe posobie.