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Mikhaylov

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Description of Mikhaylov

Mikhaylov or Mikhailov is a city (since 1778) in Russia, the administrative center of the Mikhailovsky District of the Ryazan Region.

 

 

 

Travel Destinations in Mikhaylov

Mikhaylov has a school of arts named after V.I. Agapkin. In 2003, the Municipal Cultural Center was commissioned, and two city libraries are operating.

The main cultural and regional center of the Mikhaylov is the Mikhailovsky Historical Museum. The building in which the museum is located, was built in 1910. The Mikhailovsky Historical Museum as a branch of the regional museum is open to the public in 1979 after being transformed from school.

The main reason for the opening of the museum in the city of Mikhailov was the fact that the city and district was one of those in whose territory in November and December 1941 there were battles with the Nazi invaders. The exposition of the school and national museum dedicated to the hero of the USSR Anatoly Merzlov in his homeland formed the basis of an open branch.

 

History of Mikhaylov

It was first mentioned in 1546 among other fortified towns in the periphery of the Grand Duchy of Moscow. It was inhabited by the Streltsy, cannonmakers, and carpenters, who formed slobodas around the town. In 1618, Mikhaylov withstood a ten-day siege by the Polish army. In 1708, the town became a part of Moscow Governorate and then of Ryazan Vice-Royalty and Ryazan Governorate.

 

 

 


 

Transportation

The city is one of the most important railway junctions in the Ozherelye-Pavelets section of the Moscow Railway.

Through Mikhaylov pass federal highways:

ла132 Kaluga - Tula - Mikhaylov - Ryazan.
E 119 P22 Kashira - Tambov - Volgograd - Astrakhan
The city is connected by regular bus service to Ryazan, Moscow, Tula, Belgorod, Orel, there is a regular intracity message.

 

Hotels, motels and where to sleep

 

 

Restaurant, taverns and where to eat

 

 

Cultural (and not so cultural) events

 

 

Interesting information and useful tips