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  Mongol invasion in Russia, the Mongol invasion of Russia, shogun Mongol invasion, total war Russian Mongol invasion on ...
Mongol invasion in Russia, the Mongol invasion of Russia, shogun Mongol invasion, total war Russian Mongol invasion on RussiansAbroad.com
The impact of the Mongol invasion on the territories of Kievan Rus' was uneven.
The Mongols have been blamed for the destruction of Kievan Rus', the breakup of the "Russian" nationality into three components, and the introduction of the concept of "oriental despotism" into Russia.
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  Mongol invasion of Russia - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-16)
The Mongol Invasion of Russia was an invasion of the medieval state of Kievan Rus' by a large army of nomadic Mongols, starting in 1223.
One branch of the Mongol force withdrew to Saray on the lower Volga River, establishing the Golden Horde.
The influence of the Mongol invasion on the territories of Kievan Rus' was uneven.
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 Encyclopedia: Golden Horde   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-16)
It was one of the four Mongol successor kingdoms in the wake of the Mongol Empire, the others being the Ilkhanate Dynasty of Persia, the Chagatai Khanate in Central Asia, and the Yuan Dynasty of China.
Imperial Russia is the term used to cover the period of Russian history from the expansion of Russia under Peter the Great, through the expansion of the Russian Empire from the Baltic to the Pacific Ocean, to the deposal of Nicholas II of Russia, the last tsar, at the start...
Batu commenced the Mongol invasion of Russia in 1237.
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 mongol invasion of russia
Mongol invasion in Russia, the Mongol invasion of Russia, shogun Mongol invasion, total war Russian Mongol invasion on RussiansAbroad.com.
The invading Mongols accelerated the fragmentation of the Kievan Rus'.
Russia was built by the princes of Moscow, who began their state-building after the Mongol invasion.
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 Learn more about Russian Revolution in the online encyclopedia.   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-16)
The Russian Revolution (the final stage also known as October Revolution) was a political movement in Russia that climaxed in 1917 with the overthrow of the provisional government that had replaced the Russian Tsar system and led to the establishment of the Soviet Union, which lasted until 1991.
This movement was led by Vladimir Lenin based upon the ideas of Karl Marx and marked the beginning of the spread of communism in the twentieth century.
Dates are correct for the Julian calendar, which was used in Russia until 1918.
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 Russia The Mongol Invasion - Flags, Maps, Economy, Geography, Climate, Natural Resources, Current Issues, International ...
Kievan Rus' was not able to maintain its position as a powerful and prosperous state, in part because of the amalgamation of disparate lands under the control of a ruling clan.
In 1299, in the wake of the Mongol invasion, the metropolitan of the Orthodox Church moved to the city of Vladimir, and Vladimir-Suzdal' replaced Kievan Rus' as the religious center.
Early in the fourteenth century, the patriarch of the Orthodox Church in Constantinople granted the rulers of Galicia-Volhynia a metropolitan to compensate for the move of the Kievan metropolitan to Vladimir.
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 The Mongol Invasion - Guide to Russia History
The invading Mongols accelerated the fragmentation of the Kievan Rus'.
Immigrants who left southern Russia to escape the Mongols gravitated mostly to the northeast, where the soil was better and the rivers more conducive to commercial development.
Nevsky obtained Mongol protection and assistance in fighting invaders from the west who, hoping to profit from the Russian collapse since the Mongol invasions, tried to grab territory.
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 AllRefer.com - Russia - The Rise of Regional Centers - The Mongol Invasion | Russian Information Resource
In 1299, in the wake of the Mongol invasion, the metropolitan of the Orthodox Church moved to the city of Vladimir, and Vladimir-Suzdal' r eplaced Kievan Rus' as the religious center.
Early in the fourteenth century, the patriarch of the Orthodox Church in Constantinople granted the rulers of Galicia-Volhynia a metropolitan to compensate for the move of the Kievan metropolitan to Vladimir.
The impact of the Mongol invasion on the territories of Kievan Rus' was uneven.
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 History
The Mongols imposed heavy taxes on the people of Russia at a time when their economy was already failing, and rebellions soon ran rampant.
The decline of Kiev Rus by the Mongol invasion led to its subsequent self-division into three main areas: Novgorod in the northwest, Galicia-Volynia in the southwest, and Moscow in the northeast, each possessing political systems independent of the others.
Though the Mongol invasion severely crippled Kievan Rus in terms of physical damage and economic endeavors, it ultimately did little to directly affect its cultural traditions and political organization.
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 Russian-Classics > Mstera
Since the 17th century, it has been the Mecca of Russia's icon painting and other arts and crafts.
"Mstiora Jeweler" is one of the largest factories in Russia based on folk craft with richest traditions of artistic metalwork, the roots of which lie in cultural layers, brought to Russia, with the adoption of Christianity, in the magnificent culture of church art and icon-painting.
The production of "Mstiora jewelers" is well known in Russia and abroad.
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 Russian-Classics > Lomonosov porcelain
The magnificence of those plates, vases and tabletops was a perfect match for the splendor of St. Petersburg's palaces built by world-famous architects.
The high artistic level of the factory's products and the superb craftsmanship of their creators have won the factory multiple awards at domestic and international exhibits and trade fairs.
Lomonosov Porcelain was the first porcelain manufacturer in Russia to develop and commercially implement the alabaster porcelain technology.
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 Mongolian History Resources
Mongol Invasions of Japan, Mongols in South East Asia,
Mongol Invasion of Poland, Battle of Liegnitz, 1241
Mongol and Manchu Invasion of China During the Ming Dynasty
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 Rostov Veliky Hotels. Rostov Veliky Airline Tickets.
Rostov Veliky is one of the oldest Russian cities, which was mentioned in the ancient chronicles of the IX-th century as the city, which had been existed on the shores of Nero Lake for a long time before.
At the beginning of the XIII century Rostov became a part of the Rostov principality, sooner one of the most important political, economical and cultural centers of Russia.
At the end of the XV-th century the city with surroundings became a part of Moscow principality, but Rostov continued to be one of the largest religious centers of Russia and so it is today.
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 Russian-Classics > Gzhel
Gzhel craftsmen first By the 1830s-40s most of Russian porce- lain was produced in Gzhel.
Gzhel ware became increasingly popular; it was soon sold not only in Russia, but also abroad.
By the middle of the 19th century Gzhel became the principal pottery supplier of the country.
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