Tavrida

Tavrida

 

(Tauride), a name for the Crimean Peninsula that was introduced by the tsarist government after the annexation of Crimea to Russia in 1783. The name was derived from the name of the Tauri, an ancient people who inhabited part of the Crimea.

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Next, the President of Russia heard the report of the Transport Minister Maxim Sokolov on progress in the construction of the Tavrida motorway between Kerch and Simferopol.
Four of these were Crimean museums--the Tavrida Central Museum in Simferopol, the Kerch Historical and Cultural Preserve in Kerch, the Bakhchisaray History and Culture State Preserve of the Republic of Crimea in Bakhchisaray and the National Preserve of 'Tauric Chersonesos' in Sabastopol--and there was one museum in Kiev, the National Museum of History.
Connecticut), Tavrida Electric (Russia), Entec Electric & Electronics Co.
Schneider Electric (France), and Tavrida Electric (Russia).
Under the shadow of the mountains of distant Tavrida The singer of Lithuania in its constrained measure His dreams he in an instant enclosed.
of Economics, Finance and OSM, Alabama A&M University, Normal, AL 35762 and Andrey Martovoy, Tavrida National Vernadsky University.
Now I understand that Tavrida is like a red thread that goes with you throughout your life.
Along with these, other global players such as Tavrida Electric, Cooper Industries, and S&C Electric Company Inc.
In 2013, Tavrida Electric (Russia) wasconsidered as the top player in the market, with a market share of 25%, followed by Cooper Industries (Ireland) and Nulec (France) with 22% and 18%, respectively.