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|The river Irtysh|
In the spring of 1716, Peter the Great's guardsman Ivan Buchholz and his detachment made a landing on the shore of the Irtysh, where it merged with the quiet Om river.
According to the edict of the Tsar Peter the Great and Prince Gagarin (his deputy in Siberia), pioneers erected a fortification here to guard the southern Russian borders.
Thus was founded the town of Omsk. Today Omsk has become the largest industrial and cultural center in Siberia.
|The Alexeevskaya Chapel|
Another tells that it was built to memorialize the soldiers killed in Russia's war with Japan. The chapel was torn down in the 1920s and was rebuilt brick by brick as a project under the supervision of the artist V. Desyatov.
The history of Omsk lives not only in the streets of the city; it lives in the museums and in the inspirational works of Omsk artists, actors and historians.
The Omsk museum of local lore, history and economy is the oldest in Siberia. It was founded in 1878 by the famous Siberian scientists, explorers and public figures: M. Pevtsov, G. Potanin, N. Yadrintsev, and I. Slovtsov.