Walk on the Omsk

• Walk on the Omsk

Walk on the Omsk

In Omsk, I was together with Ilya Varlamov, whose much connected with this city. We went, though for a different reason - to a meeting with Omsk bloggers at the invitation of the "Learn School". In the classroom of this school experienced bloggers and journalists to share his secrets for beginners, give advice and answer questions.

The first school was held in Omsk in September last year and gained a lot of popularity. In general, to date Learn actively promoted in the regions. For example, almost every major city is, after LiveJournal - the most authoritative and interesting people in the region. They strongly develop the blogosphere in your geographic area.

As Elijah was in Omsk many times, upon arrival, he immediately went on business. And I asked to organize a tour to make an impression on the city ...

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The first thing I was invited to the museum in the town hall. After an hour the story about the history of the city was allowed to climb on the roof and make a couple of shots:

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Then we walked down the middle:

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In this house was often exiled to Siberia for hard labor Dostoevsky:

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Fyodor impartially spoke about the city - I think it would be a Varlomovym discuss. I'm generally a positive person and try to find all over something good. In Omsk, in my opinion, wonderful people - I'm convinced of it with every new acquaintance. As for the city in general, depressive mood passes facade "City Mortgage Company" with a broken window and a curtained curtains:

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The day before we set the mark in Omsk Art Lebedev studio. With us Alexey Parfun - Learn ambassador to Omsk:

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After the tour, held a press conference. A year ago, Varlamov was going to become the mayor of the city, so the interest in our arrival was huge - it's about 30 people of journalists:

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terrible roads. I traveled a lot in Russia, but remember where even the roads were so killed, I can not:

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The city was littered with debris - it's just some kind of crazy. Varlamov wrote a post about it. When on Friday I was at City Hall, I was told that the next day is Saturday and the city will clean. I went through the city after a work day and to be honest, the difference is not noticed:

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In the Omsk State University I was invited to speak to students. I do not like to speak, but when I'm in the schools, I sometimes agree. Why? I like to communicate with young people. I want to light them, explain that you can not just pants sit in the classroom, but to learn and achieve in life what you want:

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From the University I was taken to the administration, where we met with Viktor Nazarov - the governor of the Omsk region (right) and his first deputy - Yuri Hamburg (left). The conversation was interesting. We discussed the development strategy of Omsk for several years:

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After the meeting, we once again walked around the city. It was nice to see the stadium with kids, chasing the ball:

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The Holy Dormition Cathedral. It was destroyed during the Soviet era and restored in 2007:

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Cute alley in the city center, at the beginning of which is a fountain:

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On the left of the fountain switchboard with a sign "No Swimming":

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Elijah long I thought how to collect them in one frame. In the end, she took cover on iPhone and iPhone and photographed fountain:

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Unfortunately, very few shops and absolutely no boxes:

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Around Omsk runs some dude and wrote on each fence "Slava!":

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At the end of the alley Dostoevsky monument. In the hand of the writer Gospel, a book that has been with him all the exiles years:

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That day was a day of astronautics and in the park bushes hung on airplanes with the wishes:

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Once in the park there's such a sofa. In my opinion the "comfort" - the last thing the composition can be associated:

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Hall of Fame:

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All as one - a good manager:

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Again, one of the main streets: puddles, dirt and debris:

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This street Varlamov at one time offered to make the pedestrian. In the center of the frame you can see the monument plumbing (on the cover larger pictures):

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Bench. It is difficult to imagine that someone has decided to sit on it:

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The city lies at the confluence of two rivers - the Om and Irtysh:

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To the road (4 meters wide) passed through an underpass, rather than the top, it was surrounded by a fence. Of course, now all climb over the fence:

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In Omsk, there is an artist who sculpts amusing metal sculptures. I thought that Pinocchio Salekhard - his handiwork:

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Pier:

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Dramatic Theater, are proud of Omsk. We are constantly invited to go inside, but because of the tight schedule, we did not have time:

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It is believed in this building hidden gold Kolchak. At least here it (gold), last seen:

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Now here or gold, or Kolchak - nothing. Even the pharmacy moved:

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A tour for us spent Igor Fedorov, big thanks to him!

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One of the attractions - home of the Tatar architect, in which the architect and lives alone:

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The private sector starts at 200-300 meters from the town. Distortions and burrowing into the earth houses - in some places asphalt half hides the window:

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Agricultural University, at the entrance to which was photographed Kolchak:

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On the other hand - a fountain with frogs. Crocodile in the center represents the very savior, who, according to Varlamov, save our country from enemies:

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Omsk fortress on the waterfront:

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All that is left of it - and ruined huts built:

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Instead of the normal waterfront easy descent to the water, fenced from all sides, so that no God forbid, no one is gone:

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An excellent idea made Beeline, the Ministry of Culture and Igor Fedorov - QR-Codes you can use to get information about a particular monument:

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