Nedelya

Nedelya was a Russian liberal-Narodnik political and literary newspaper. It appeared in St. Petersburg from 1866 to 1901.

Other articles related to "nedelya":

St Nedelya Church Assault
... The St Nedelya Church assault was an attack upon St ... Nedelya Church in Bulgaria ... a group of the Bulgarian Communist Party (BCP) blew up the roof of the St Nedelya Church in the capital Sofia ...
St Nedelya Church - Name
... The origin of the name Sveta Nedelya is rather obscure ... can be translated as either "Holy Sunday", "Saint Nedelya", or even as "Saint Sunday", depending on which etymology is taken as the basis ... – Saint Kyriaki, known in Bulgarian as Sveta Nedelya (Nedelya = "Sunday") ...
Nedelya Petkova
... Nedelya Petkova (1826 - 1894) was a Bulgarian education pioneer ... Nedelya Petkova, was also known as Grandma Nedelya or Baba Nedelya ... Nedelya Petkova began as a teacher in Sofia, Samokov, Prilep, Ohrid, and Veles ...
St Nedelya Church - Gallery
... from the opposite side of the street A plaque commemorating the victims of the St Nedelya Church assault Saint Nedelya around 1880 The renovated Saint Nedelya ...