In St. Petersburg offer to rename the street in honor of Ivan the terrible, the first monument on the eve of which opened in Orel. Summer in St. Petersburg there was a bridge named after Akhmad Kadyrov – solution, which four of the historian left the toponymic Commission of the city. The request to name a street in honor of Ivan the terrible will be to consider the body.

As transfers radio “Moscow speaking”, with the initiative of the city authorities asked the activists of the organization called “national Committee of 60″. The organization was created in preparation for the 60th anniversary of Vladimir Putin and in 2011 was asked to rename one of St. Petersburg’s streets in honor of the President.

Now, social activists propose to rename the main highway in the village of Mozhaisk, Krasnoselsky district. It is now called the Avenue of the Twenty-Fifth of October. Activists believe that this name “is a remnant of the Bolshevik past and “a disgrace” a unique place”.

A new name – the prospect of Ivan the terrible – based on the fact that the king at the time was on the territory of modern St.-Petersburg. “According to historians and ethnographers, Ivan Vasilievich, after the suppression of the rebellion in Novgorod, Pro-Western separatists went to Dudorovsky Pogost of vodskaya Pyatina of the former Novgorod Republic, where there was Vvedenskaya Church,” States the letter.

His address “national Committee 60″ is sent to the head of the Toponymic Commission and the Vice-Governor of St. Petersburg.

The vote may 30 for a recommendation to the Governor to assign the bridge in Krasnoselsky district is the name of the President of Chechnya, Akhmad Kadyrov was the first in the history of the Commission by secret ballot. The Governor of St. Petersburg Poltavchenko, who decided to call the bridge, despite the protests of tens of thousands of Petersburgers and has received the gratitude from the head of the Chechen Republic Ramzan Kadyrov.



In St. Petersburg offer to rename the street in honor of Ivan the terrible 15.10.2016

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