Nevsky Shipyard took part in PETER READINGS
The Nevsky Shipyard (part of USC, the base enterprise of Leningrad regional branch of Russian Engineering Union) took an active part in the final conference "Peter the First and Shlisselburg" as part of the second local history readings dedicated to the 350th anniversary of the birth of Peter I.
The event was held in the Shlisselburg Town Library named after poet M. Dudin and was organized with the participation of representatives of Nevsky Shipyard, who were members of the organizing committee and the jury.
More than 20 speakers took part in the readings, including students of the Shlisselburg secondary school No. 1, students of the Technical School of Water Transport, a research staff member from the Oreshek Fortress museum, employees of the libraries of Shlisselburg and Belozersk (Vologda region).
The participants of the conference were greeted by a member of the Leningrad regional branch of Russian Engineering Union, the head of the administration of Shlisselburg Artyom Zheludov, the head of Kyakhta town(Republic of Buryatia) Evgeny Stepanov, a direct descendant of Count Savva Raguzinsky Branko Vukomanovic (Republic of Serbia, Belgrade), creative director of TRILENIUM.
The conference, which lasted almost 4 hours, was filled with many interesting historical facts and discoveries related to the personality of Peter I and his influence on Russia and Shlisselburg in particular.
The organizing committee and the jury were represented by employees of the Museum of the History of Shlisselburg, a regional historian, teachers of the Shlisselburg secondary school, teachers of the Technical School of Water Transport, representatives of the Center for Additional Education (Kirovsk) and Nevsky Shipyard, the poetic association LITERARY SHLISSELBURG named after Stas Tikki and the editors of the NEVSKY ISTOK newspaper.
In memory of participation in the project, all speakers were awarded letters of thanks and memorable gifts from the administration of Shlisselburg and the Nevsky Shipyard.