Tushino


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Tushino

 

a locality northwest of Moscow. Tushino has been known as a settlement since 1380. From 1608 to 1610 it was the military camp and residence of the Brigand of Tushino—Second False Dmitrii (see). It became a city in 1939 and part of Moscow in 1960.

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Electronic auction: implementation of works on the development of design estimates for the overhaul of the premises of a single-storey building with a basement for accommodation districts of northern tushino
The PIF said that it would take part in the development of Rostec City on the site of the former Tushino airfield in Moscow.
By mid-1939, Beria's Special Technical Bureau had at least three major locations where imprisoned scientists and engineers were working: a group working on naval artillery at the Kresty in Leningrad, two independent teams working on various airplane engines at a factory in Tushino in northwestern Moscow, and the newest addition--a team of prominent aviation designers under the "patriarch" of Soviet aviation, Andrei Tupolev--working in the Moscow suburb of Bolshevo.
As part of the Moscow River development, the urban redevelopment of Tushino airfield, the territory of Rublyovo-Arkhangelskoye international financial centre, embankment along the Moscow City and a part of former ZIL car manufacturing facility has already begun.
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July 2003: Two women suicide bombers and 15 other people killed when the terrorists blew themselves apart at an open-air rock festival at Moscow's Tushino airfield.
Discrimination has become stronger since the onset of the conflict in the predominantly Muslim region of Chechnya and the 2002 takeover of a Moscow theater by armed Chechen separatists and suicide bombings at the Tushino airfield in July 2003 and on the Moscow metro in January.
A source in law enforcement told Interfax that the design and components of the explosive devices were identical to the ones that exploded in Tushino on July 5.
The first blast went off at one of the entrances to the festival at the Tushino airfield as the Russian band Crematorium played for a crowd estimated at up to 40,000.
The bombers struck at the annual Krylya festival staged on Moscow's Tushino airfield, where thousands of fans had gathered to party at the all-day event.
Around 40,000 revellers were packed into the Tushino airfield for the Kryala Rock Festival when the explosions took place.
Rustam Abdulganiyev, 17, who had been inside the Tushino airfield, said: "I've never seen anything like it.