Видеожурнал о современной культуре Санкт-Петербурга "Северный Мотив"
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Engineer, historian, and the pilot of ultralights from St. Petersburg, Georgy Galli many years recreates the legendary
Henri Farman's historic airplane. On this aircraft early 20th century, learned to fly almost all the Russian pilots of the era the birth of aviation.
Аlmost all the famous Russian pilots made first flight on the plane "Farman-4":
To date, the aircraft almost ready. It has already participated in several exhibitions, and even "starred" in a feature film. Business for small - to choose the right engine and raise the "Farman-4" in the sky.
Now the airplane, "Farman-4" is on the exhibition at the Military-Historical Museum Of Artillery, Engineer And Signal corps.
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Ultralight by aircraft builder from St. Petersburg, Mikhail Ignatiev. More
Lobanovsky was named “Sunny bard”.
He will compose to you and to your
friends a memorable song, will make a personal compact-disk
with his own ballads, elegies, hymns, epitaphs to
You also can profit by our odd jobs. We are always at your service if you would like us to compose a personal hymn or ode in honour of your company or for your concerts, for you and your firiends.
Dear friends! We ask to support a site of a Honoured Artist of Russia Nikolay Lukashov, at least with your visits. The more so, that it will be very interesting for you to listen to undying famous songs in Russian
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