Gorki may refer to: Gorki Águila (b.
Gorki Leninskiye is an urban locality (a work settlement) in Leninsky District of Moscow Oblast, Russia, located 10 kilometers (6.2 mi) south of Moscow city limits and the Moscow Ring Road. Population: 3,586 (2010 Census); 1,729 (2002 Census); 1,711 (1989 Census).The estate of Gorki belonged to various Muscovite noblemen from the 18th century.
Gorki was a Belgian rock group, in its most recent line-up consisting of Luc De Vos , Luc Heyvaerts (keyboard and clarinet), Erik Van Biesen (bass guitar), Thomas Vanelslander (guitarist) and Bert Huysentruyt (drums). Three songs by Gorki were number one hits in the Studio Brussel alternative hitlist De Afrekening in Belgium: 'Lieve kleine piranha' (Gorky, 1992), 'Schaduw in de schemering (from the CD 'Plan B') and 'Joerie' in 2006.
Gorki Águila is a Cuban rock musician, who has publicly criticized communism. He is the leader of the punk rock band Porno para Ricardo.
Gorki list is a brand of pelinkovac, a bitter herbal liqueur based upon fernet. Gorki List was first produced in 1953.
Nizhny Novgorod Oblast , also known as Nizhegorod Oblast, is a federal subject of Russia (an oblast). Its administrative center is the city of Nizhny Novgorod.
Gorky Park may refer to:
Gorky Film Studio is a film studio in Moscow, Russian Federation. By the end of the Soviet Union, Gorky Film Studio had produced more than 1,000 films.
The Gorky colony was a reform school for juvenile delinquents in the 1920s. The colony is the basis of the classic Russian book, The Road to Life, written by the colony's director, Anton Makarenko.
This is a list of rural localities in Vologda Oblast. Vologda Oblast (Russian: Вологодская область, tr.