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Which Names Streets of Almaty Are Called After
Views: 442 | 16-01-2014 | The streets of southern capital

Which Names Streets of Almaty Are Called After Let’s admit that most of citizens of Almaty and, moreover, guests of the south capital, in view of their busyness and rapid rhythm, rarely think of the names of streets where they move daily.

People drive or walk, hurry or promenade, paying no attention to the names entitled to streets, alleyways, avenues and squares. In fact the names belong to distinguished persons who deserved the estimable place in the memory of generations.

Opening the column “The streets of southern capital”, we want to tell or remind all readers of our website about the persons, who left an imprint on the history of Almaty and Kazakhstan by their remarkable life.

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Brusilovsky Street
Views: 369 | 22-02-2017 | The streets of southern capital

Brusilovsky Street Street named after Y.G. Burisilovsky runs from north to south almost through the center of Tastak microdistrict in Almaly district of Almaty city. It found its present name only in the period of the sovereignty of our country, and until the middle 1990s, this street was named after Lev Rudnev.

Yevgeny Grigorievich Brusilovsky (1905—1981) was the Soviet composer, People's Artist of the Kazakh SSR (1936), Laureate of Stalin Prize of the second degree (1948).

He is an author of the first Kazakh operas and orchestral works. Nine operas, four ballet, nine symphonies and about 500 songs and romances were written by the composer.
He is co-author of the National Anthem’s of Kazakhstan music of 1945-1992 and 1992-2006.

In 1931 Yevgeny Grigorievich graduated from the Leningrad Conservatory. He arrived in Alma-Ata with the direction of the USSR Union of Composers in 1933. He succeeded to get quickly into the depths of the Kazakh melodies, to feel them, and, as they say, to express the echo of his creative reading of Kazakh folk music in the sounds of classical music forms.

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Street named after U. Zholdasbekov
Views: 428 | 25-05-2016 | The streets of southern capital

Street named after U. Zholdasbekov    Street named after U. Zholdasbekov, the length is less than 1 kilometer, is located to the north of Al-Farabi avenue between Dostyk avenue and Furmanov street.

Umirbek Arislanovich Dzholdasbekov (kaz. Joldasbekov) (1931-1999) - Doctor of engineering, Professor, Academician of the Academy of Sciences of the Kazakh SSR, Academician of the Academy of Engineering of the Republic of Kazakhstan, Honoured Scientist of the Kazakh SSR.

Academician U.A. Dzholdasbekov is the author of more than 400 scientific works, 8 monographs, more than 30 textbooks and teaching guides, has more than 120 copyright certificates and foreign patents. He made invaluable contribution to the 12-volume edition of the Kazakh Soviet Encyclopedia. He is the author of two Russian-Kazakh terminological dictionaries of mechanisms and machines, textbooks "Theory of Mechanisms and Machines" and "Theoretical Mechanics" in the Kazakh language.

Biography is presented in the Russian language

Джолдасбеков Умирбек Арисланович родился 1 марта 1931 г. в селе Кызылсу Чимкентской области в рабочей семье. После окончания казахской средней школы № 7 г. Чимкента с золотой медалью в 1949 г. он поступил на механико-математический факультет Московского государственного университета им. М.В. Ломоносова.

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The street named after D.F. Snegin
Views: 499 | 12-02-2016 | The streets of southern capital

The street named after D.F. Snegin In 2003, according to the decision of the local maslikhat, one of the streets of Almaty was named in honor of the people’s writer Dmitriy Snegin. A small low-speed residential Snegin Street is located to the north from the avenue named after Al-Farabi, between Dostyk Avenue and Furmanov Street, and it has a length of 1 km.

Snegin Dmitriy Fyodorovich (real surname — Potseluiev; November 7, 1911 — March 31,2001) — a Soviet writer, screenwriter, People's Writer of the Kazakh SSR (1984).

Biography is presented in the Russian language

Есть люди, которые всю жизнь остаются верны месту своего рождения. Остаются верны и своим призванием, и своим творчеством, и своей реальной жизнью. Из их числа народный писатель Казахстана, лауреат Президентской премии мира и согласия, участник Великой Отечественной войны, народный депутат, общественный деятель, награжденный орденами Красной Звезды, Боевого Красного Знамени, Трудового Красного Знамени, «Знак Почета», «Дружбы народов».

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The Street, Named After Shokan Ualikhanov
Views: 917 | 10-09-2015 | The streets of southern capital

The Street, Named After Shokan Ualikhanov The street, named after the Kazakh scholar, Shokan Ualikhanov,with the length of about 3.5 km, is in the Northwestern part of the city between Pushkin Street and Kunaev Street and runs from Rayimbek Avenue to Satpayev Street.

Shokan Chingisovich Ualikhanov (1835-1865), the great Kazakh orientalist, historian, ethnographer, geographer, folklorist, translator, journalist, and traveler was born in 1835 in the fortress Kushmurune near Kostanay.

The boy’s childhood passed in a family estate of his grandmother, Ayganym, in Syrymbet. His father was a Chingis, a Senior Sultan; his grandfather was Uali Khan; his great-grandfather was Abylai Khan.
At the age of twelve Ciocan entered the Siberian Cadet Corps in Omsk, which was the best educational institution in Siberia at the time. At the Cadet Corps, he studied with enthusiasmand in two or three years he caught up and surpassed their peers in knowledge.

In 1852, Shokan met the Orientalist, I.N.Berezin, and at his request, he wrote the article ‘Khan's labels of Tokhtamysh.’ It was his first scientific paper. When Shokan was about 14-15, the teachers said that he would be a scientist.

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