Tolstoy-Yurt Destination Guide
Touring Tolstoy-Yurt in Russia.
Tolstoy-Yurt in the region of Chechnya with it's 7,772 citizens is located in Russia - some 924 mi (or 1,487 km) South-East of Moscow, the country's capital city.
Time in Tolstoy-Yurt is now 04:03 AM (Saturday). The local timezone is named "Europe / Moscow" with an UTC offset of 4 hours. Depending on your travel resources, these more prominent places might be interesting for you: Vladikavkaz, Vinogradnoye, Staraya Sunzha, Oktyabr'skoye, Nikolayevskaya or Obil'nyy. Being here already, consider visiting Tolstoy-Yurt, Pravoberezhnoye, Petropavlovskaya, Goryacheistochnenskaya, Staryy Yurt and Naberezhnyy. We collected some hobby films in the internet. Scroll down to see the most favourite one or select the video collection in the navigation.
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November 8, 2012. Channel "5 TV". Russia, Chechen Republic. The clearance of territories (consequences 1 and 2 Chechen wars)
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Interesting facts about this location
2002 Grozny OMON ambush
The 2002 Grozny OMON ambush occurred on April 18, 2002, when the Chechen insurgents killed about 21 and wounded seven republican OMON special police officers. The ambush occurred just 90 metres from Chechnya's main police headquarters. The first bus in convoy hit a remote controlled mine, and the militants then opened fire on the line of vehicles from ruins of a nearby high-rise building.
Located at 43.44, 45.77 (Lat. / Lng.), less than 4 mi away.
1999 Grozny refugee convoy shooting
The Grozny safe corridor shooting incident happened on December 3, 1999, when about 40 people fleeing the besieged Chechen capital Grozny were allegedly killed by Russian policemen. According to accounts from survivors, a refugee convoy consisting of about 50 people in seven or eight passenger cars and one bus marked with white flags, was heading towards the border with the Russian republic of Ingushetia, when they approached a federal roadblock near the village of Goity.
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.
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.
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.
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