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  • ==Circus Websites== '''Eden Brothers''' Circus [http://www.edencircus.com/ www.edencircus.com]
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  • ...p, quite unnaturally, in a cooking institute. Yet Uzeyir never gave up his circus ambitions and continued his acrobatic training. He showed a natural gift fo ...vel of circus training in Russia—one of the world’s most difficult circus competitions.
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  • == Moscow's "New Circus" == ...Lomonosov Avenue joins them on the southern side. Although it is far from Moscow's center, it is well deserved by the ''Universitet'' metro station.
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  • ...bruary 9, 1968 in St. Petersburg, Russia, to a family not related with the circus, Regina Dobrovitskaya started training in competitive gymnastics at the age ...ov and his troupe moved to the "Old Circus" on Tsvetnoy Boulevard (today [[Circus Nikulin]]) and made two acts out of one, which were directed by [[Natalia M
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  • ...rcus troupes that traveled abroad, in shows produced by the Soviet central circus organization, [[SoyuzGosTsirk]]. ...ow)|State College for Circus and Variety Arts]] in 1927, the world's first circus university.
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  • ...public of Mongolia (Outer Mongolia) to a family that did not belong to the circus. Her father was a construction manager, her mother a housewife who raised t Tunga joined the State Circus School of Ulan-Bator when she was twelve years old. She specialized in the
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  • [[Image:Circus_Nikulin_logo.jpg|thumb|right|200px|Circus Nikulin's logo]] == The Circus On Tsvetnoy Boulevard ==
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  • ...f her generation, Elena Vyacheslavovna Borodina was born July 23, 1973, in Moscow, Russia, in a well-to-do family of scientists: Her father was a geologist, === From Ballet Dreams To Circus Challenges ===
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  • ...oscow)|State College for Circus and Variety Arts]]—the famous Moscow Circus School. ...cus]]. In 1991, Kuznetsov left the Zemskov Troupe for Moscow’s [[Bolshoi Circus]], where he started working on a Russian Barre act of his own.
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  • ...nown as the Bolshoi Theatre (the "grand" theatre), and like its homonym in Moscow, it housed the Imperial Ballet and Opera companies. For a long time, the va ...rn in Rome, Italy, Guerra (1790-1856) had started his career at Vienna's [[Circus Gymnasticus]], under the management of the Latvian equestrian [[Christoph d
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  • ...ted to perform, and when she recovered, friends suggested that she try the circus. ...iberian city in the region of Novosibirsk. There, she learned a variety of circus disciplines, and partnered with another student, Anatoly Evgenevich Lotishe
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  • ...s and Variety Arts (Moscow)|State College for Circus and Variety Arts]] in Moscow, where he graduated in 1970 as an acrobat on perch pole. Four years later, ...kubovi, Trained Baboons]], at the International Festival of Circus Arts in Moscow (2005)
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  • ...an acrobat and a clown, before becoming ringmaster of Moscow’s [[Bolshoi Circus]] from 1971 to 1986. ...in Moscow (the Russian Academy of Theatrical Arts), where he graduated as circus "regisseur" (director) in 1995. It is at that time that he met his wife, Ol
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  • ...f Monte Carlo]] in 1984, and the great respect in which he was held in the circus world at large are a testimony to his immense talent. ...-lasting passion for horses. Then, in 1958, his mother re-married with the circus horseman Kazbek Borisovich Nugzarov (1905-1979). Tamerlan rejoined her, and
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  • ..._Nam_Video_(1984)|Choe Bok Nam Trouype, Flying Act]], at the International Circus Festival of Monte Carlo (1984) ...eo_(1987)|Lum Moon Hok, sword balancing on trapeze]], at the International Circus Festival of Monte Carlo (1987)
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  • ...hny_Video_(1964)|Walter Zapashny, mixed cage act]], at the "Old Circus" in Moscow (1964) ...slav & Dolores Zapashny, tiger and elephant attraction]] at Stochi's State Circus (1980)
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  • ...w, [[Circus Nikulin]] on Tsvetnoy Boulevard, and the [[Bolshoi Circus]] (''bolshoi'' means ''big'', in Russian) on Vernadsky Avenue—and there have been ...Ciniselli (St. Petersburg)|Circus Ciniselli]] stands today. Tourniaire’s circus had only a short existence: it was bought back by the government of St. Pet
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  • ...and the sheer artistry of his presentations make him indeed an outstanding circus artist. ...o, many great Russian animal trainers made their apprenticeship in the Zoo-Circus organization.
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  • ...gh wire troupes, before creating his own high wire act; her mother, also a circus artist, presented trained pigeons. ...of Education, and had a keen interest in children’s psychology. But the circus ultimately took a prominent place in her life, as it generally does with th
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  • ...осгоцирк (Russian State Circus Company) [http://www.circus.ru www.circus.ru]''
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