The Golden Horde (Tatar: Алтын Урда Altın Urda ; Mongolian language: Зүчийн улс, Züchii-in Uls; Russian language: Золотая Орда, tr. Zolotaya Orda) was a Mongol and later Turkicized khanate, established in the 13th century, which comprised the northwestern sector of the Mongol Empire.
AZOV 32. OJSC "Taganrog Ship Repair Ship" 33. JSC "Azov Sea Port" 34. "Azov groin elevator" LTD 35. "Promexpedicya" LTD DE KASTRI 36. "De-Kastriles" LTD 37. "De-Kastri" (Raid oil-loader) DUDINKA 38. "Norilsk Nikel" 39. JSC "Taymyrskaya toplivnaya kompaniya" GELENDZHIK 40. Sea port Gelendzhik - water area KALININGRAD 41.
Monument to Peter I (Russian: Памятник Петру I) is a bronze monument of Peter the Great in the center of Azov, Rostov oblast, Russia. It was designed by sculptors Oleg Komov and Andrey Kovalchuk. The opening ceremony took place on 19 July 1996 and was held in conjunction by the 300-year anniversary of the Russian Navy.
The Monument to the Conquerors of Space (Russian: Монуме́нт «Покори́телям ко́смоса», tr. Monumént "Pokorítelyam kósmosa", IPA: [mənʊˈmʲent pəkɐrʲˈitʲɪlʲɪm ˈkosməsə]) was erected in Moscow in 1964 to celebrate achievements of the Soviet people in space exploration.
Peter I named his trusted confidante and chief advisor Franz Lefort commander and admiral of the Russian fleet. Under Lefort's command the Russian naval attack force proceeded down the Don River toward Azov. The pride of the flotilla, and its most threatening vessel, was the Apostol Pyotr [Apostle Peter], a 34-gun combat frigate.