13 october 2020 year
MFHT freshmen get acquainted with the cultural history of Vladivostok

On October 9, as part of the study of the subject «History of Primorye Culture», students of group 224.11 of the Maritime Faculty of Humanitarian Technologies went to see the Vladivostok monuments dedicated to the nautical theme. During the excursion, the students got acquainted with the history of the monuments, with the merits of great people and the history and geography of the city, which those who chose our University and came from other settlements of Primorsky Krai and other regions of Russia liked very much. The students visited the monument to Governor-General N.N. Muravyov-Amursky, one of the founders of Vladivostok. The four-meter monument stands on the burial place of the Governor-General. The monument to Admiral G.I. Nevelskoy is the first monument erected in Vladivostok in 1891. The excursion participants also saw the monument to Admiral Nikolai Kuznetsov, Hero of the Soviet Union and the legendary naval commander who did a lot for victory during the Second World War, the monument to Vice Admiral Stepan Makarov - the hero of the Russian-Japanese war, oceanographer, polar explorer, shipbuilder, also the memorial complex on the Korabelnaya embankment in Vladivostok, where the stele and monument to the pioneers of the Pacific Fleet and the monument to the merchant seamen who died during the Great Patriotic War.

Photos provided by students.

A. D. Chernobay, T. V. Marchyshina and MFHT first-year students

13 october 2020 year