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FC Luki-Energiya Velikiye Luki ) is a Russian football team from Velikiye Luki. It played professionally from 1997 to 2001 and again from the 2017–18 season.
Kolomna is an ancient city of Moscow Oblast, Russia, situated at the confluence of the Moskva and Oka Rivers, 114 kilometers (71 mi) (by rail) southeast of Moscow. Population: 144,589 (2010 Census); 150,129 (2002 Census); 161,881 (1989 Census).
Kolomna Municipal Okrug is a municipal okrug of Admiralteysky District of the federal city of St. Petersburg, Russia.
Kolomna Kremlin is a very large fortress in Kolomna, Russia. The stone Kolomna Kremlin was built from 1525–1531 under the Russian Tsar Vasily III. Before its reconstruction in 1531, the Kolomna Kremlin was made of wood.
Kolomna is an ancient city in Moscow Oblast, Russia Kolomna may also refer to: Kolomna Municipal Okrug, a municipal okrug in Admiralteysky District of St.
The Kolomna Locomotive Works is a major producer of railroad locomotives in Russia. The plant started production in 1869 with a freight steam locomotive, one of the first in Russia.
The Kolomna Speed Skating Center is a 6,150-seat indoor speed skating oval in Kolomna, Russia, also known as the Kometa Ice Rink. It opened in May 2006.It cost €150 million to build the venue.
Kolomna-class is a class of 11 sea-going dry cargo sister steamers, tweendeckers, that were built in "VEB Schiffswerft Neptun", Rostok, GDR, between 1952 and 1958, as per Projects 233. Total was built 17 Kolomna-class ships as per program for modernization of the Soviet Union merchant fleet.The ships was delivered to the various Shipping Companies of the Soviet Union.
Koloman Moser was an Austrian artist who exerted considerable influence on twentieth-century graphic art and one of the foremost artists of the Vienna Secession movement and a co-founder of Wiener Werkstätte. Moser designed a wide array of art works, including books and graphic works from postage stamps to magazine vignettes; fashion; stained glass windows, porcelains and ceramics, blown glass, tableware, silver, jewelry, and furniture.