Moskvitin

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Jurij Moskvitin
... Jurij Moskvitin (Robert Jurij Moskvitin Hansen, January 6, 1938 — May 25, 2005) was a classical pianist, composer, philosopher, mathematician and boheme ... Jurij Moskvitin grew up in Denmark his mother a Russian aristocrat and his father was a Danish civil engineer ...
Portuguese Explorers - Russian Exploration of Siberia (1581–1660) - Russians Reach The Pacific
... In 1639 a group of explorers led by Ivan Moskvitin became the first Russians to reach the Pacific Ocean and to discover the Sea of Okhotsk, having built a winter camp on ... Based on Moskvitin's account, Kurbat Ivanov drew the first Russian map of the Far East in 1642 ... coast to the Ulya River and spent the next winter in the huts that had been built by Ivan Moskvitin six years earlier ...
Shantar Islands - History
... of the Shantar Islands was in April 1640, when Russian explorer Ivan Moskvitin allegedly sailed to the mouth of the Amur River with a group of Cossacks and spotted the Shantar Islands on the ... Moskvitin reported his discoveries to Prince Shcherbatov, the Muscovite voivode in Tomsk ... Based on Ivan Moskvitin's account, the first Russian map of the Far East was drawn in March 1642 ...
Jurij Moskvitin - Den Døve øgle 2001 (The Deaf Lizard)
... Moskvitin wrote this self-portrait as the first of two books, the second of which was never published ... It contains the story of Moskvitin's childhood and youth ... Moskvitin notably describes how he became friends with Karen Blixen, how he had his first sexual intercourse in Paris, his first great concert in Cairo, and his mother's aristocratic friends ...
Cossack Explorers - Alphabetical List - M
... Ivan Moskvitin* (? – after 1645) Siberian Cossack leader Moskvitin came with ataman Dmitry Kopylov from Tomsk to Yakutsk and then to a new fort on the Aldan ... In 1639 Kopylov sent Moskvitin in command of 20 Tomsk Cossacks and 29 Krasnoyarsk Cossacks to look for silver ore to the east ... Leading the party, Moskvitin became the first Russian to reach the Pacific Ocean and to discover the Sea of Okhotsk, building a winter camp on its shore at the Ulya ...