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  Informat.io on Khanate Of Kazan
Kazan was the capital from 1437 to 1552.
In 1552 the khanate was conquered by Tzar Ivan IV of Russia.
In 1521, Kazan emerged from the dominance of Moscow, concluding a mutual aid treaty with the Astrakhan Khanate, the Crimean Khanate and the Nogay Horde.
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 Kazan - Biocrawler   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
Kazan lies at the confluence of the Volga (İdel) and Kazanka (Qazansu) rivers in central European Russia.
In 1708, the Khanate of Kazan was abolished, and Kazan became the center of a guberniya.
Kazan is served by the Kazan airport approximately 15 kilometers from the city centre.
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 Reference Encyclopedia - Kazan Governorate
Kazan Governorate (Russian: Каза́нская губе́рния ; Tatar: Qazan gubernası / Казан губернасы ; Chuvash: Хусан кěперниě) used to be one of the Governorates (guberniyas) of Imperial Russia in 1708–1920, with the city of Kazan as its capital.
In 1717, Astrakhan Governorate was separated from Kazan Governorate; in 1719—Nizhny Novgorod; in 1744—Orenburg; in 1781—Vyatka, Simbirsk, and Ufa Governorates were separated.
Under Catherine the Great (1781–1796) Kazan was the center of a namestnichestvo (viceroyalty), with Kazan, Penza, and Saratov Governorates as its integral parts.
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 Britain.tv Wikipedia - Kazan
Kazan (Russian: Каза́нь; Tatar: Qazan, Казан) is the capital city of the Republic of Tatarstan, Russia, and one of Russia's largest cities.
There is a long-running dispute as to whether Kazan was founded by the Volga Bulgars in the early Middle Ages or by the Tatars of the Golden Horde in the mid-fifteenth century, as written records before the latter period are sparse.
Kazan celebrated its millennium in 2005, when the largest mosque in Russia, Qolsharif, was inaugurated in the kremlin, and the holiest copy of Our Lady of Kazan was returned to the city.
www.britain.tv /wikipedia.php?title=Kazan   (2927 words)

  
 Khanate of Kazan - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Kazan Khanate (Tatar: Qazan xanlığı/Казан ханлыгы; Russian: Казанское ханство, tr: Kazanskoe khanstvo) was a medieval Tatar state which occipied the territory of former Volga Bulgaria between 1438 and 1552.
The khanate covered contemporary Tatarstan, Mari El, Chuvashia, Mordovia, parts of Udmurtia and Bashkortostan; its capital was the city of Kazan.
Whatever the status of this proto-state, the founder of the khanate was Olug Moxammat.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Khanate_of_Kazan   (1995 words)

  
 Khanate_of_kazan info here at en.athletic-coaching-salaries.info   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
The Kazan Khanate (Tatar: Qazan xanlığı/Казан ханлыгы; Russian: Казанское ханство, tr: Kazanskoe khanstvo) was a medieval Tatar constituent which occipied the territory of former Volga Bulgaria tween 1438 1552.
The territory of the khanate comprised the Muslim Bolgar-populated lands of Bolğar, Cükätäw, Kazan, Qaşan duchies brand-new neighborhoods that belonged to Volga Bulgaria.
In 1521, Kazan emerged from the prepotency of Moscow, concluding a related aid treaty with the Astrakhan Khanate, the Crimean Khanate the Nogay Horde.
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 End of Kazan Khanate
However, when 30 barrels of gunpowder were exploded on the date of 15th October 1552, some of the city walls were demolished and the Moscow army could attack in groups to the internal section of the castle.
All the wealth of Kazan was despoiled, and the mosques, small mosques and houses were destroyed and incinerated.
Therefore, the "Kazan Khanate" that was established by Ulug Muhammed Khan in the year of 1437 existed for 115 years and it was abolished by the Moscow Tsar, Ivan IV on the date of 15th October 1552.
www.ozturkler.com /data_english/0003/0003_06_06.htm   (427 words)

  
 Kazan
In the 11th—12th century Kazan shielded a Volga tradeway from Scandinavia to Iran.
In 1918 Kazan was a capital of the Idel-Ural State, which was supressed by the Bolshevist government.
Kazan Downtown is separated by Bolaq channel and the Qaban lake into two parts.
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 History of Tatarstan. Kazan Khanate
They include Kazan Khanate (1445) situated in the northern boundaries of Volga Bulgaria from the river Sura in the west to the river Belaya in the east.
The XV century and the first half of the XVI century was the period of prosperity of Kazan Khanate and its capital.
The main population of Kazan Khanate consisted of descendants of bulgars and new-comers kipchako-tatars.
www.kcn.ru /tat_en/history/h_hordee.html   (277 words)

  
 Khanate of Kazan   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
The Kazan khanate (Qazan Xanlığı) (1438-1552) was a state of Kazan Tatars, in the Volga Bulgaria's range of area and population (before 1236), nowadays Tatarstan + Mariy El, Chuvashia, Mordovia, part of Udmurtia and Bashkortostan.
It was founded by one of the older Golden Horde rulers, Olug Mohammad Khan in the year of 1437 and became independent of the Golden Horde.
Khan could be elected from Gengizides by Kazan people or noblemen in some cases.
www.gogoglo.com /wiki/en/wikipedia/k/kh/khanate_of_kazan.html   (149 words)

  
 YourArt.com >> Encyclopedia >> eo:Kazan   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
{{otheruses1the capital city of Tatarstan}} Kazan ({{lang-ruКаза́нь}}; Tatar: Qazan, Казан) is the capital city of the Republic of Tatarstan, Russia, and one of Russia's largest cities.
During the Republican programme "The liquidation of old apartments" most of them (unlike other Russian cities), especially in Central Kazan, where the land isn't cheap, were destroyed and their population was moved to new areas at the suburb of the city (Azino, Azino-2, Quartal 39).
JSC "Kazan Helicopter Plant" is the largest producer of helicopters of M.
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 1483 Online. Khanate of Kazan
Kazan, which like Rome stands on seven hills, is the capital of the ancient people and country whose names, though familiar, are shrouded in misconceptions.
Great Bolgaria of the early Middle Ages, which in the course of the history became the Kazan Khanate and contemporary Tatarstan, was a powerful and developed state, trading with all the known world: Bolgar leather goods and furs reached not only the countries of the East, but also Lithuania, Poland, Italy and Flanders.
Kazan will need an alliance with either Russia or the Uzbeck Khanate to have a chance of thriving or at the very least an alliance with the Golden Horde might make the two states a pill a bit too bitter to swallow.
www.1483online.com /histories/kazan.php   (679 words)

  
 Kazan apartments. Kazan, Russia.
During the Time of Troubles in Russia the independence of Kazan Khanate was restored with the help of Russian population, but independence was supressed by Kuzma Minin in 1612.
Kazan celebrated its millennium in 2005, when the largest mosque in Russia was inaugurated in the kremlin, and the holiest copy of Our Lady of Kazan was returned to the city.
Kazan - Tatarstan travel brochures are available from the travel office, with information such as Kazan - Tatarstan maps, Kazan - Tatarstan tourist information, Kazan - Tatarstan travel agents, Kazan - Tatarstan tourist the lowest available instant booking rates on the web.
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The history of the Kazan Khanate, which embodied the thousand-years-old tradition of Turkic states of Eurasia and experience of its great predecessors, the Volga Boulgana and Golden Horde, is full of mystery and legends.
The formation of Kazan as the capital of the khanate has determined the increased interest of contemporaries in its history, which is reflected in written sources.
Culture of the Kazan Khanate was based on the centuries-old Moslem traditions that established themselves in the consciousness of the people from as early as the time of the Volga Boulgaria.
www.kermen.ru /EngVer/KhanateKazan.php   (3431 words)

  
 History of Tatarstan. Annexation of Kazan Khanate to Russian State
Beginning from the second half of the XVI century and till the end of the XVII century Sviyazhsk was the administrative, trade and Christian center of Russians to the East of the State.
In 1552 Tsar Ivan IV (the Terrible) conquered Kazan and annexed Kazan Khanate to Russian State.
In 1593 the Ukase (Decree) of Tsar Theodor Ioannovitch to destroy all mosques at the Kazan territory was edited.
www.kcn.ru /tat_en/history/h_khane.html   (490 words)

  
 Kazan - The real meaning from Timesharetalk wikipedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
Kazan lies at the confluence of the Volga (Idel) and Kazanka (Qazansu) rivers in central European Russia.
It was a trade center, and possibly a major city for Bulgar settlers in the Kazan region, although their capital was at the city of Bolgar further South.
In the 13th century, re-settlers came to Kazan from Bolgar and Bilär, which had been ruined by the Mongols.
www.timesharetalk.co.uk /wiki.asp?k=Kazan   (2945 words)

  
 Tatarstan– The Northernmost Outpost of Islam   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
Once capital of the powerful Khanate of Kazan, it is now the capital of the autonomous republic of Tatarstan, within the Russian Federation.
The successor state of the Golden Horde, the Khanate of Kazan was founded in 1445.
The second phase of Tatarstan’s history started in 1552 when Czar Ivan the terrible conquered Kazan and the Khanate was reduced to its southern possessions.
www.rit.edu /~maa2454/tatarstan.htm   (1408 words)

  
 WHKMLA : Russia's Eastward Expansion, late 16th Century
The Khanates of Kazan and Astrakhan fell in 1552 and 1556 respectively.
The Tatar population came under Russian rule, the Russians establishing a chain of fortified cities along the Volga river (Kazan 1557, Samara 1586, Tsaritsyn 1589, Saratov 1590).
The conquest of the Khanate of SIBIR in 1582, undertaken by an expedition of Cossacks financed by the STROGANOV family, and secured for Russia 1588-1589, shows how weak these Khanates were.
www.zum.de /whkmla/region/russia/kazan.html   (344 words)

  
 WHKMLA : Russian Conquest of Kazan, 1552
In 1523 Russia undertook a campaign against the Khanate of Kazan, in which the fortress of Wassilsursk was established, as a base for future Russian operations.
The Kazanka River was diverted, to deprive the city of her water supply; in addition, miners dug tunnels to place explosives under the city walls.
The Khanate of Kazan, and soon after (1556) the Khanate of Astrakhan were annexed by Russia, which then controlled the entire Volga River.
www.zum.de /whkmla/military/16cen/kazan1552.html   (271 words)

  
 kazan information   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
It was largely destroyed in 1774 as a result of a revolt by border troops and peasantsunder the leadership of [the [Don Cossack]] ataman (captain) Yemelyan Pugachev, but was rebuilt soon afterwards, during the reign of Catherine the Great.
During World War II a lot of the Western USSR population was evacuatedto Kazan, including schools, educational institutes, and plants.
Kazan is served by the Kazanairport approximately 15 kilometers from the city centre.
www.vsearchmedia.com /kazan.html   (1335 words)

  
 Qaban - The real meaning from Timesharetalk wikipedia
Lakes Qaban, the system of lakes in Kazan, Tatarstan, Russia includes Birge Qaban, Argi Qaban and Yugari Qaban.
One legend claims that, in the days before the Khanate of Kazan fell, the Khans threw all their valuables into the lakes.
Another legend about the origin of the lakes names claims that, at the Mongol invasion of Volga Bulgaria, the Bulgarian prince Qabanbäk, escaped from Bilär city (or in Bolghar), fled to the banks of the lake and built a castle.
www.timesharetalk.co.uk /wiki.asp?k=Qaban   (234 words)

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