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Sadovaya street, Permitin

Everyone who lived in Usy-Kamenogorsk for a long should be familiar with Permitin street. There were city’s hospital, then polyclinic functioned since 1903 and till 1960. Andreevich Poluektov gave a half of his life to the work in polyclinics. After a few years, it became kindergarten “Anutiny glazki”. To 1903 lesnichy Puzyrev owned that territory, where he had created a garden next to his apartments. At soviet times, pioneer park was laid at its place. As it seems to us, it is called like that.

Teacher Psarev lived in that street for a while. He was fond of nature life and fervent hunter. He became a proof-reader of newly published “Hunter of Altai” journal in 1923. Efim Nikolayevich Permitin, being born in Ust-Kamenogorsk, was an editor-in-chief for some 8 years of journal.

“My literary birth is closely connected with a brown pages of “Hunter of Altai” and sounds I devoted ever since I had been born was towards its issues” – wrote Permitin. He printed his many stories in the pages of journal like “Gorny Orly”, “Kapkan”, “Nikita Kozlyatkin”, “V Osade”, “U Kostra”, “V Belkakh” and others. Street was later named after his outstanding personality, personality of Permitin.

Nowadays street changed hugely. Manystoried houses make it most of its landscape. DOSAAF office blocks, “Rudny Altai” and “Kommunizm tuyi” newspaper offices, Party’s city committees, supermarket “Moda” and children’s café “Baldyrghan” and many more.








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