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Matvey Volkov, a 16 year-old pole vaulter, left his hometown Irkutsk in Siberia for Minsk, Belarus last August, where he hopes he will be able to join the national team and compete internationally.Russia Was Banned From the Tokyo Olympics. These Athletes Are Finding Other Ways to Compete|Madeline Roache|July 6, 2021|Time
Shulman spent 30 years as the conductor of philharmonic orchestras in the cities of Lugansk in Ukraine, and in Kislovodsk and Irkutsk in Russia.Russian orchestra conductor known for his musical passion dies of coronavirus|Dana Hedgpeth|March 25, 2021|Washington Post
Sukhoi Log, located in the isolated Irkutsk region of Siberia, was discovered by Soviet geologists in 1961 and studied in the 1970s.This mining company is sitting on the world’s biggest deposit of gold|Bernhard Warner|October 22, 2020|Fortune
In the past two decades, the activists organized eco-education for thousands of students in Irkutsk.
On a recent night, Rikhvanova was making tea at her cozy office in the outskirts of Irkutsk.
But then we got very lucky: We found the city directory of Irkutsk, one of the largest cities in Siberia.
It would take this man some time to traverse the five thousand two hundred versts between Moscow and Irkutsk.
This podorojna was made out in the name of Nicholas Korpanoff, merchant, living at Irkutsk.
But his connection with some secret society having been asserted, he received orders to start for Irkutsk.
Nadia Fedor then asked, and easily obtained from the Russian government, an authorization to join her father at Irkutsk.
He haggled long about the price, for form's sake, to act up to his part as Nicholas Korpanoff, a plain merchant of Irkutsk.