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Gikalovskiy in the region of Chechnya is a town located in Russia - some 937 mi (or 1,509 km) South-East of Moscow, the country's capital.

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Local time in Gikalovskiy is now 08:49 AM (Saturday). The local timezone is named "Europe / Moscow" with an UTC offset of 4 hours. Depending on your flexibility, these larger cities might be interesting for you: Vladikavkaz, Staryye Atagi, Prigorodnoye, Novyye Atagi, Makhachkala or Khankala. When in this area, you might want to check out as well. We found some clips posted online. Scroll down to see the most favourite one or select the video collection in the navigation.




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05:25 min ( June 27, 2010 by basileization)
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Attack on Grozny Chechnya 1996 (English...

06:31 min ( April 26, 2010 by Pseudologic)
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In March of 1996 multiple groups of Islamist Chechen and mercenary gunmen commenced their attack on Grozny. As a result of this attack, several units of Ministry of Interior troops (heavily armed poli...


Tschetschenien 2009

06:55 min ( September 25, 2009 by theshadydiamond)
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Tschetschenien im Jahre 2009

BMW M6 & M5 Chechnya

01:16 min ( February 18, 2012 by PeoplesOfTheCaucasus)
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Caucasus Grozny city of Djokhar,Chechnya


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Interesting facts about this location

2002 Khankala Mi-26 crash

2002 Khankala Mi-26 crash occurred on August 19, 2002, when a team of Chechen separatists with a man-portable air-defense system brought down a Russian Mil Mi-26 helicopter in a minefield and resulted in the death of 127 Russian soldiers in the greatest loss of life in the history of helicopter aviation. It was also the most deadly aviation disaster ever suffered by the Russian armed forces, as well as their worst loss of life in a single day since 1999.

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Located at 43.23, 45.73 (Lat. / Lng.), less than 5 mi away.
Tags:2002 in Russia, Aviation accidents and incidents in 2002, Helicopter crashes of the Second Chechen War, History of Grozny, Military scandals

Novye Atagi

Novye Atagi is a rural locality in Shalinsky District of the Chechen Republic, Russia, located 20 kilometers south of Grozny. Population: 8,728; 8,741. Novye Atagi is separated from Starye Atagi by the Argun River.

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Located at 43.23, 45.73 (Lat. / Lng.), less than 7 mi away.
Tags:Rural localities in Chechnya

Chechen–Ingush Autonomous Oblast

Chechen-Ingush Autonomous Oblast (Russian: Чечено-Ингушская автономная область) was an autonomous oblast of the Russian SFSR, Soviet Union, created on January 15, 1934 by merging Chechen and Ingush Autonomous Oblasts. It was elevated in status to Chechen–Ingush Autonomous Soviet Socialist Republic on December 5, 1936.

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Located at 43.23, 45.73 (Lat. / Lng.), less than 7 mi away.
Tags:1936 disestablishments, Autonomous oblasts of the Soviet Union, States and territories established in 1934

Ingush Autonomous Oblast

Ingush Autonomous Oblast (Russian: Ингушская автономная область) was an autonomous oblast of the Russian SFSR in the Soviet Union, created on 7 July 1924. It was merged with the Chechen Autonomous Oblast to form the Chechen-Ingush Autonomous Oblast on 15 January 1934.

More reading: Wikipedia Article
Located at 43.23, 45.73 (Lat. / Lng.), less than 7 mi away.
Tags:1924 establishments in the Soviet Union, 1936 disestablishments, Autonomous oblasts of the Soviet Union, States and territories established in 1924

Chechen Autonomous Oblast

Chechen Autonomous Oblast (Russian: Чеченская автономная область), or Autonomous Oblast of Chechnya (Russian: автономная область Чечни), was an autonomous oblast of the Russian SFSR, created on November 30, 1922 when it was separated from the Mountain Autonomous Soviet Socialist Republic. On January 15, 1934, Chechen and Ingush Autonomous Oblasts were merged to form Chechen–Ingush Autonomous Oblast.

More reading: Wikipedia Article
Located at 43.23, 45.73 (Lat. / Lng.), less than 7 mi away.
Tags:1934 disestablishments, Autonomous oblasts of the Soviet Union, History of Chechnya, States and territories established in 1922