A country road to Novi village, named in the favor to Battle of Novi, Italy, 1799.
A country road to Novi village, named in the favor to Battle of Novi, Italy, 1799.
A road to Berlin village, named after Berlin, Germany, 
occupied by the Russian army in 1760 and 1813.
A road to Berlin village, named after Berlin, Germany,
occupied by the Russian army in 1760 and 1813.
A statue of Lenin, the first USSR leader, in Breda settlement, 
named in commemoration of the taking of Breda, Netherlands, in 1813.
A statue of Lenin, the first USSR leader, in Breda settlement,
named in commemoration of the taking of Breda, Netherlands, in 1813.
Arcis settlement, named in the favor to the Battle of Arcis-sur-Aube, 
France, 1814, where Russia has ultimately defeated Napoleon.
Arcis settlement, named in the favor to the Battle of Arcis-sur-Aube,
France, 1814, where Russia has ultimately defeated Napoleon.
An Orthodox church in Katzbach village, named to commemorate
the Battle of Katzbach, in Germany, in 1813.
An Orthodox church in Katzbach village, named to commemorate
the Battle of Katzbach, in Germany, in 1813.
A soviet agitation embossment “Glory to the hands that smell of bread!” 
in Brient settlement, named in the favor to the Battle for Brienne-le-Château, France, 1814.
A soviet agitation embossment “Glory to the hands that smell of bread!”
in Brient settlement, named in the favor to the Battle for Brienne-le-Château, France, 1814.
People of Leipzig village, named in the favor to the “Battle of the Nations” close to Leipzig, the largest battle in the world
before the Great War, Germany, 1813
People of Leipzig village, named in the favor to the “Battle of the Nations” close to Leipzig, the largest battle in the world
before the Great War, Germany, 1813
Portraits of local Great Patriotic War veterans in a local history museum in 
Ostroleka, named in the favor to the Battle of Ostrołęka, Poland, 1831.
Portraits of local Great Patriotic War veterans in a local history museum in
Ostroleka, named in the favor to the Battle of Ostrołęka, Poland, 1831.
A Lenin Momument next to a library center in Izmail village, named in favor to the Siege of Izmail 
(Turkey), 1790 on the Black Sea, during the Russo-Turkish war.
A Lenin Momument next to a library center in Izmail village, named in favor to the Siege of Izmail
(Turkey), 1790 on the Black Sea, during the Russo-Turkish war.
A shopping center in Izmail village.
A shopping center in Izmail village.
Outskirts of Brail village, named in favor to the Battle of Brăila 
(now Romania) in 1666, in Polish-Cossack-Tatar war 1666-1671.
Outskirts of Brail village, named in favor to the Battle of Brăila
(now Romania) in 1666, in Polish-Cossack-Tatar war 1666-1671.
A paved square in Polotsk settlement, named to commemorate 
the Battle of Polotsk, Poland, 1812.
A paved square in Polotsk settlement, named to commemorate
the Battle of Polotsk, Poland, 1812.
A cell-phone network tower in Paris village, named to commemorate 
the capture of Paris, France, by the Russian Army in 1814.
A cell-phone network tower in Paris village, named to commemorate
the capture of Paris, France, by the Russian Army in 1814.
Andrianolop village, named to commemorate The Treaty of Adrianople, concluded the Russo-Turkish War.
Andrianolop village, named to commemorate The Treaty of Adrianople, concluded the Russo-Turkish War.
Season workers repairing the roof in Balkans village , named in the favor to the liberation of the Balkans (soth-eastern Europe) by the Russian army in 1829.
Season workers repairing the roof in Balkans village , named in the favor to the liberation of the Balkans (soth-eastern Europe) by the Russian army in 1829.
Potato field in Trebia village, named in the the favor to the Battle of Trebia, Italy, 1799.
Potato field in Trebia village, named in the the favor to the Battle of Trebia, Italy, 1799.
A large modern chicken farm in Cassel village, 
named in the favor to the Battle of Cassel, Germany, 1813.
A large modern chicken farm in Cassel village,
named in the favor to the Battle of Cassel, Germany, 1813.
A warehouse/gym in Warsaw village, named in commemoration 
of the Siege of Warsaw, Poland, in 1831.
A warehouse/gym in Warsaw village, named in commemoration
of the Siege of Warsaw, Poland, in 1831.
Sports gym in Kvarkeno settlement, named in favor 
to the Capture of the Kvarken bay in Baltic Sea in Finnish War, 1809.
Sports gym in Kvarkeno settlement, named in favor
to the Capture of the Kvarken bay in Baltic Sea in Finnish War, 1809.
A grocery store Malachite “Come in with a smile” in Aland settlement, named in favor
to the capture of Åland Islands, Finnland, in the Finnish War, 1809.
A grocery store Malachite “Come in with a smile” in Aland settlement, named in favor
to the capture of Åland Islands, Finnland, in the Finnish War, 1809.
A shopping mall in Varna village, commemorating 
the Battle of Varna, Bulgaria, in 1829.
A shopping mall in Varna village, commemorating
the Battle of Varna, Bulgaria, in 1829.
A water tower in Navarino settlement, named in the favor 
to the Battle of Navarino (Greece), a naval battle fought on 1827.
A water tower in Navarino settlement, named in the favor
to the Battle of Navarino (Greece), a naval battle fought on 1827.
A water pump in Port-Arthur village,
named to commemorate the Battle of Port Arthur, China, in 1906.
A water pump in Port-Arthur village,
named to commemorate the Battle of Port Arthur, China, in 1906.
An agricultural airplane above Rymnik village, named after The Battle of Râmnic 
(now in Romania), 1789, during the Russo-Turkish War of 1787-1792.
An agricultural airplane above Rymnik village, named after The Battle of Râmnic
(now in Romania), 1789, during the Russo-Turkish War of 1787-1792.
A granary behind a living house in Izmail settlement.
A granary behind a living house in Izmail settlement.
A clothing store in Chesma village, commemorating 
the naval battle of Chesma, Turkey, in 1770.
A clothing store in Chesma village, commemorating
the naval battle of Chesma, Turkey, in 1770.
A drying linen in Fère-Champenoise settlement, named in the favor
to the Battle of Fère-Champenoise, France, 1814.
A drying linen in Fère-Champenoise settlement, named in the favor
to the Battle of Fère-Champenoise, France, 1814.