Крылова Ольга, студентка группы 2КВ-05
Podolsk is an industrial city of Moscow Oblast, Russia, located on the Pakhra river. The city of Podolsk grew out of the village of Podol, which in the 18th century belonged to the Danilov Monastery in Moscow. Podolsk was granted town status by Catherine the Great in 1791. Before the October Revolution, Podolsk was among one of the most industrialized cities in Russia. A Singer factory producing sewing machines was established here.The Ulyanov family used to live in Podolsk. Vladimir Lenin visited the city a number of times and even had a small estate and cottage there. In 1900, he held a meeting in Podolsk with the social democrats from Moscow and other cities to win their support for the Iskra newspaper, which had already been in the making. In 1971, Podolsk was awarded the Order of the Red Banner of Labor. In the Soviet times, Podolsk was one of the industrial giants in Moscow Oblast. At that time there were more than seventy factories operating in the city. Most of the citizens were working at these plants. In 2000, a major military base was formed nearby; it is currently commanded under Igor Minin. Podolsk is the site of the Central Archive of the Russian Ministry of Defense.
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