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Transcript of Meet Ludmila!
meet the snowboard girl
who talks about her life,
style and aspirations
ravaged Moscow in 1570–1571, 1592 and 1654–1656. The city ceased to be Russia’s capital in 1712, after the founding of Saint Petersburg by Peter the Great near the Baltic coast in 1703. The Plague of 1771 was the last massive outbreak of plague in central Russia, claiming up to 100,000 lives in Moscow alone. During the French invasion of Russia in 1812, the Muscovites burned the city and evacuated, as Napoleon’s forces were approaching on 14 September. Napoleon’s Grande Armée, plagued by hunger, cold and poor supply lines, was forced to retreat and was nearly annihilated by the devastating Russian winter and sporadic attacks by Russian military forces. As many as 400,000 died in the adventure and only a few tens of thousands of ravaged troops returned.
In January 1905, the institution of the City Governor, or Mayor, was officially introduced in Moscow, and Alexander Adrianov became Moscow’s first official mayor. Following the Russian Revolution of 1917, on 12 March 1918 Moscow became the capital of the Russian
Soviet Federative Socialist Republic and of the Soviet Union less than five years later.
I'm 26 years old, but usually people think I'm younger.
In 1980, Moscow hosted the Summer Olympic Games, which was boycotted by the United States and several other Western countries. In 1991, Moscow was the scene of the failed coup attempt by the government members opposed to the reforms of Mikhail Gorbachev.
Moscow is the capital, the most populous city, and the most populous federal subject of Russia. The city is a major political, economic, cultural, scientific, religious, financial, educational, and transportation centre of Russia and the continent. The city is named after the river. The first reference to Moscow dates from 1147 when Yuri Dolgorukiy called upon the prince of the Novgorod-Severski to "come to me, brother, to Moscow."
Nine years later, in 1156, Prince Yuri Dolgorukiy of Rostov ordered the construction of a wooden wall, the Kremlin, which had to be rebuilt multiple times, to surround the emerging city. After the sacking of 1237–1238, when the Mongols burned the city to the ground and killed its inhabitants, Moscow recovered and became the capital of the independent Vladimir-Suzdal principality in 1327. Its favorable position on the headwaters of the Volga River contributed to steady expansion. Moscow developed into a stable and prosperous principality, known as Grand Duchy of Moscow, for many years and attracted a large number of refugees from across Russia.
I live in Moscow, the heart of Russia.
t decisive and only two years later Moscow was sacked by khan Tokhtamysh. Ivan III, in 1480, finally broke the Russians free from Tatar control, allowing Moscow to become the center of power in Russia. Under Ivan III the city became the capital of an empire that would eventually encompass all of present-day Russia and other lands.
In 1571, the Crimean Tatars attacked and sacked Moscow, burning everything but the Kremlin.
In 1609, the Swedish army led by Count Jacob De la Gardie and Evert Horn started their march from Great Novgorod toward Moscow to help Tsar Vasili Shuiski, entered Moscow in 1610 and suppressed the rebellion against the Tsar, but left it early in 1611, following which the Polish–Lithuanian army invaded. During the Polish–Muscovite War) hetman Stanisław Żółkiewski entered Moscow after defeating the Russians in the Battle of Klushino.
I'm a Gemini, and controversy is my second nature.
And this NEW could come many ways, like a new recipe, a scientific article, first dive with aqualung, or a new movie...
I love languages and I love math and physics.
I love extreme and the peace of mind.
How would you describe yourself, Mila?
I hate to be alone, but sometimes I just need some time for my own.
If you ask me what my life is all about, I would say that it's a DISCOVERY journey. If I don't learn something NEW every day, this would mean that this day is WASTED for me.
I changed several departments, so my responsibilities varied a lot. But it helped to learn how different things are done, and how big companies function.
If four years ago someone told me I would be standing in the operating room or deal with sergeons, I would have said that this person is crazy. But you never know where life can get you!
I love to create!
And it could be anything...
...to room's redecoration...
I must admit I'm a fashion addict.
I like to look good. That gives you confidence, and let's your individuality have a say.
Through clothing I can express my style, my creativity, even my mood.
Of course my life would be void without my family and friends. These people are both my support and inspiration. They help, they understand, they can listen, they make me smile.
There is another thing I can't imagine my life without. That is snowboarding. It gives you a feeling of life, it takes you high above the clouds virtually and figuratively.
multi sided support
invoices & contracts
work with suppliers
process control & testing
events budget control
data base administration
training development & conduction
negotiations & talks with medical personnel, entrusted field development
distributors support & cooperation
exhibions, trainings, product promotion
Among other things I enjoy a lot are...
"I hate to be alone, but sometimes I just need some time for my own."
Internal process control:
Sales and marketing:
My recent work experience in the past four years was with a medical company. It was like getting inside a combustion engine. You never know how it works till you get it to pieces.
What are you passionate about?
Is there anything interesting you were busy with in the past years?
What does constitute your life?