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10 December — City Day: Nurlat



Founded in 1909


Dates in History
1956—Alexander Dovzhenko, film director, is born.
One of the Kiev film studios is named Dovzhenko Film Studios after his death.

1933—Ivan Bunin receives the Nobel Prize in Literature.
In his speech he says: Its the first time you award an outcast

1717—Alexander Sumarokov, actor, is born.
Sumarokov becomes the first director of the Russian Theatre in St. Petersburg (1756-61); he also publishes the first Russian private magazine The Hardworking Bee.









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