Circus Nikulin (Circus Salamonsky) in Russian Federation

Circus Nikulin (Circus Salamonsky)

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Local nameMoskovskiy Tsirk Nikulina
Owner1880-1913: Albert Salamonsky (1839-1913)
1917: Revolutionary Committees

AddressTsvetnoy Blvd, 13
CountryRussian Federation
Telephone+7 (495) 625-8970

Directors1880-1913: Albert Salamonsky (1839-1913)
1921-?: Williams Truzzi (1889-1931)
1982-1987: Yury Nikulin (1921-1997)
1987: Maxim Nikulin
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Circus Nikulin (Circus Salamonsky), located at Tsvetnoy Blvd, 13, in Moscow, in Russian Federation, was founded in 1880.

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The circus was founded 1880 by Albert Salamonsky (1839-1913), who built a permant circus building on Tsvetnoy Boulelvard, designed by the architect August Weber.

Postcard with Circus Salamonsky, ca 1900.

The circus went in different forms after the revolution, and after the death of Yury Nikulin in 1997, the Circus on Tsvetnoy Boulevard was renamed Circus Nikulin.

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Koehl, Dan (2020). Circus Nikulin (Circus Salamonsky), Elephant Encyclopedia. Available online at (archived at the Wayback machine)

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This document was updated: 2020-10-30 07:03:11

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