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USUE Professor Vadim Egorov on the restoration of the memorial plate devoted to the poetess Tatyanicheva

IA REGNUM, 13.07.17

In Yekaterinburg, the memorial plate to Lyudmila Tatyanicheva was restored on the house on 68, Marta 8 Str., where the famous Ural poetess lived.

"In the eighties, on the front of the house 68 in the Marta 8 Street, two memorial plates devoted to our outstanding citizens were unveiled one after another: to Russian poetess Lyudmila Tatyanicheva and to scientist and metallurgist Akim Golovin. The name and poems of Tatyanicheva in the past were familiar, perhaps, to millions of our compatriots, especially the Uralians. "When people speak of Russia - I see my blue Ural ..." - many people remember these lines from childhood. They are also imprinted on the bronze memorial plate next to the bas-relief of the poetess’s profile. Once it was a dwelling house where Lyudmila Tatyanicheva lived and worked. Here in the neighborhood lived a scientist and metallurgist Professor Akim Golovin. He was one of the founders of our Ural and Soviet steel for tanks and guns, for machining stations and tools, so necessary for the front, for the Victory during the years of II World War and then, in peacetime," Prof. Vadim Egorov said.

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In Yekaterinburg, the memorial plate to Lyudmila Tatyanicheva was restored on the house on 68, Marta 8 Str., where the famous Ural poetess lived. IA REGNUM, 13.07.17.

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