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Izmaylovo district

ГБОУ СОШ “Школа надомного обучения” №381 ВАО
Кузнецов Антон 5 «А»
Учитель: Олейник Алла Викторовна

My sister and I live and study in Izmaylovo district of Moscow The history of the village of Izmaylovo goes back to 1389. Since the days of Ivan the Terrible it was an estate of boyars in the Romanov family. In 1654, it was inherited by Tsar Aleksey Mikhailovich, who built a castle on a man-made island around 1664—1690. At about the same time, in 1671—1679, a medieval church was rebuilt into Church of Intercession of the Most Holy Theotokos. The castle was later expanded by architects Konstantin Thon and Mikhail Bykovsky into Izmaylovo Estate. It survived the fire of 1812, and is now an outdoor tourist destination.
View of the village Izmaylovo(end of 19 century) Peter the Great grew up in Izmaylovo and had been known for sailing a small boat on system of ponds. This boat is now in Central Naval Museum in St. Petersburg, and is credited as the "grandfather of the Russian Navy". Also we can see this boat on the coat of arms and flag of Izmailovo district. The population of Izmaylovo in 1800 was 121 homesteads comprising 753 people. The village continued to grow slowly until the October Revolution, when the buildings were confiscated and given to laborers. In 1924, a part of Izmaylovo became known as Bauman township, named after the Russian revolutionary Nikolay Bauman. This name is still retained in the Baumanskaya metro station and Bauman University, both located in Izmaylovo. In 1935, Izmaylovo became a part of Moscow. In 1980, a group of hotels was built near the Partizanskaya metro station to accommodate visitors of the 1980 Summer Olympic games in Moscow.

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