Pavlovsky (Па́вловский) is an urban-type settlement in Ochyorsky District, Perm Krai, Russia. Population: 3,408 (2002 Census); 3,834 (1989 Census). It is commonly called just Pavlovsk (pavlovsksign.jpg).
The factory that later became Pavlovsky Machinery Factory was founded in 1816 by Alexander Sergeyevich Stroganov. The settlement was named after his heir Pavel Alexandrovich. Since 1942 the factory's main products are turbodrills for oil extraction. The factory uses energy from a dam on Ochyor River, creating a picturesque reservoir called Pavlovsky Prud.
Rutgers Professor's Offbeat Road to Teaching Via Wall Street and the Bandura Lilia Pavlovsky Has a Background in Investment Banking and Ukrainian Folk Music
Feb 26, 2013; Camden, NJ -- The following information was released by Rutgers University: By Carrie Stetler Pavlovsky, an assistant...