He requested reinforcements from other Turkmen tribes during the Persian invasion of Mary, and commanded the unified forces during the defeat of the Persians. Of obscure origin, but most likely a misspelling of Davud, the Islamic spelling of David. He played a major role in bringing Russian art into the mainstream of European culture. This is an approximate post-Soviet rendition of the Soviet Russian name for this thoroughfare, Street of the Red Metalworkers. A memorial plaque commemorating his visit to Turkmenistan in once hung on the building of the Znaniye Society. Yasavi is currently the earliest known Turkic poet who composed poetry in Middle Turkic. Lomonosov was also a poet and influenced the formation of the modern Russian literary language. Navigation menu Personal tools English Create account Log in.
Novgorod is a city in northern Russia, between Moscow and St. An obelisk memorial to him once stood on the campus of School No. He was ambushed and mortally wounded in February by the Ukrainian Insurgent Army. This street name dates to the pre-Revolutionary period. The original pre-Revolutionary name of the street honored the city of Charjew Chardzhou , now named Turkmenabat. He served in the Soviet Army from to and fought in Germany with such distinction he was awarded the Hero of the Soviet Union decoration. Hasanov Khasanov is a relatively common Turkic last name, and it is unclear in whose honor this street was once named. The four-digit numbers were assigned in lieu of street names during the administration of President Niyazov and while still periodically encountered on signage are considered obsolete.
He is buried on the Alley of Glory in the Vatutin Cemetery. Samurskiy refers to a region in Dagestan. Ivan Danilovich Chernyakhovskiy was the youngest ever Soviet general of the army, twice Hero of the Soviet Union and commander of the 3rd Belorussian Front.
Mikhail Kalinin was an old Bolshevik who served as head of state of the Russian Soviet Federative Socialist Republic and later of the Soviet Union from to He received the title of People’s Writer Turkmenistan. He was ambushed and mortally wounded in February by the Ukrainian Insurgent Army.
Nurberdi Pomma was a Soviet Turkmen writer. Razin is celebrated in multiple motion pictures, stage productions, songs, and poems. In the pre-Revolutionary period, the street was named Ofitserskaya ulitsa Officer Streeta reference to the officer corps of the Russian Army garrisoned here. It was demolished in the early s during urban renewal; the name is preserved solely by this side street.
The previous Soviet Russian name of the street celebrated 70 years since the Great October Revolution of put the Bolshevik Communist Party in power.
Chelyabinsk is a city in Siberia. As commander of a reconnaissance unit he psshto went behind enemy lines. His compositions are considered precursors of modern Turkmen music. Later in his career he branched into directing.
Leonid Krasin was a Russian Social Democrat who joined the Bolshevik Communist party in and participated in the founding of the Soviet state. His major works extolled the virtues of Turkmen-Russian friendship and inclusion of Turkmenistan in the Russian sphere of influence.
The Cuman-Kipchak confederation was a predecessor of the Kazakh Khanate, which gave rise to modern-day Kazakhstan. This victory released the Mary Teke tribe from dominance by the Persians as well as the Bukhara and Khiva khanates.
The third pashtto lists former names of the street, which in some cases are still in vernacular use, particularly among members of generations who came of age during the Soviet period and taxi drivers. Lomonosov was also a poet and influenced the formation of the modern Russian literary language.
To what or whom Sokolovskaya Sokolow refers is obscure, as Sokolov is a common Russian name. Leonid remained in Ashgabat with his mother. Russian names have been transliterated into Latin letters using the U. This is one of the most renamed streets in Ashgabat. Residents were evicted beginning in the s, with eviction completed by no later than He also participated in compilation of Russian-Turkmen and Turkmen-Russian dictionaries.
Berzengi is the name of the person who dug that well. He was first recorded on a phonograph in Oguzhan pashhto Oguz Han is the mythical progenitor of all Turkic nations. He was a Hanafi scholar. Mary pronounced mah-REE is the dramq of the province just east of Ahal province, as well as its capital city. One year later he was promoted to Marshal of the Soviet Union. Yuri Gagarin was the first Soviet cosmonaut and first human both launched into space and to orbit Earth.
In high school he directed the choir, the drama circle, and wrote poems and plays. Nikolay Gavrilovich Chernyshevsky was a Russian revolutionary democrat, materialist philosopher, critic, and socialist.
Among his discoveries were the atmosphere of Venus and the Law of Mass Conservation in chemical reactions. Hagan former name of this street honored Isaac Levitana Russian painter of variously the realist, impressionist and peredvizhniki schools. Ivan Michurin was a Russian botanist who championed selection to improve crops. The Syr Darya originates in the Tian Shan Mountains in Kyrgyzstan and eastern Uzbekistan and flows for 2, kilometers dramq, miles west and north-west through Uzbekistan and southern Kazakhstan to the northern remnants of the Aral Sea.
Kekilow died while serving in dramq military in WWII.
The street and highway lead to the village of Bekrewe Russian: In he was appointed military governor and commander of troops in Syr Darya province, and in was promoted to lieutenant general. Admiral Pavel Nakhimov was a Russian naval officer.
The name may refer to the eponymous town or river in Uzbekistan. Though David is considered a prophet in Islam as well as in Judaism and Christianity, in Pashtp popular tradition he is also associated with the pre-Islamic god of metalworking equivalent to the Greek Hephaestus or Roman Vulcan.
The pre-Revolutionary name of this street, Lazarevskaya ulitsa, almost certainly honored Russian Imperial Army Lieutenant General Ivan Lazareva drams decorated mustang, who following a valorous military career mainly in the Caucasus was appointed commander of the pashfo against the Ahal Hagan. In he traveled to Moscow, where his songs were recorded on phonograph disks. The last two names listed above refer in Turkmen and Russian to the third five-year plan of the Soviet Union. He lost his eyesight at age three.
Garaja Burunow was a Turkmen poet.
He joined the Communist Party in and was Turkmen Minister of Educationthen deputy chairman of the Council of Ministers of Turkmenistan