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Pavel Pogrebnyak. Detailed squad. Top arrivals. Top departures. Top Goalscorers. Most assists. Most recent formation. Premier Liga - The upper part of the shield in this coat of arms displayed a bear with the New Testament on its back against the background of red which was to symbolize that the town belonged to the Perm region, while the lower part showed a silver smelting furnace and a mine against the background of green which symbolized the abundance of minerals near the town.
In Ekaterinburg was granted a unique status of a mining city. It had its own mining courts and mining police, Catherine's Mining Cathedral, the main mining pharmacy, and a town garrison directly subordinated to the Head of the Mining Plants of the Ural Mountain Range.
It was only in that the town was returned to civilian rule. At the same time, Ekaterinburg was turning into a centre of non-mining industries and banking business.
The discovery of Siberian gold brought about a fabulous wealth to the city and stimulated its growth.
Situated on the border between Europe and Asia the town also played an important mediating role in trade. Despite its provincial character, the town was a major cultural center.
It had a mining school, a mining research society, and a mining museum. In , the Ural Society of Science Enthusiasts was established whose members published works about the Ural region and organized expeditions.
The national crisis caused by World War I, the February revolution and the October upheaval radically changed the fate of the town. On October 26, Soviet Power was proclaimed in Ekaterinburg.
In the name of Ekaterinburg disappeared from the map of the country. As the totalitarian regime grew stronger it gave the names of its leaders to all places, big and small.
Throughout the s - s Ekaterinburg preserved its significance as an industrial and cultural centre of the Urals.
The construction of huge plants brought about a threefold increase in its population. The Sverdlovsk builders constructed dozens of industrial buildings, blocks of flats, schools, shops and hospitals.
In the city got its first water supply line and first bus routes. In the first tram appeared on its streets and a broadcasting station was put into operation.
High-rise buildings became the sign of the time. In , the city had 12 institutions of higher learning, 30 technical schools, secondary schools, libraries, 7 museums, and 5 theatres.
Sverdlovsk was turning into a city of big science. In the USSR Academy of Sciences opened its branch here. During the years of World War II the city was turned into a powerful arsenal of military equipment and armaments.
The leading enterprises of the city were converted to military production.