Lomonosov

Lomonosov

[lom-uh-naw-sawf, -sof; Russian luh-muh-naw-suhf]
noun
Mikhail Vasilevich [myi-khuh-yeel vuh-syee-lyi-vyich] , 1711–65, Russian philosopher, poet, scientist, and grammarian.
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lomonosov

town, Leningrad oblast (province), northwestern Russia, on the Gulf of Finland. Founded in 1710 by Prince Menshikov, it was a summer retreat of the Russian royal family. The palace of Peter I the Great (1714) and the Chinese Palace, designed by the Italian architect Antonio Rinaldi (1762-68), suffered grave damage in World War II but have been restored. Pop. (1991 est.) 42,000.

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