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When Peter the Great built on land captured from Sweden by peasant

When Peter the Great built on land captured from Sweden by peasant

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Peter The Great Accomplishments Featured

How Peter the Great Modernized Russia

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Portrait of Peter I by Godfrey Kneller, 1698. This portrait was Peter's gift to the King of England.

History of Sweden

Peter I (the Great), Emperor of All Russia

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Story of cities #8: St Petersburg – is the 'city built on bones' starting to crumble?

Map of Russia at 1789CE

Peter the Great: His Life and World

Peter I of Russia pacifies his marauding troops after retaking Narva in 1704, by Nikolay Sauerweid, 1859

Emperor Peter the Great at work | By Василий Худояров | 19th Century | Courtesy of Wikimedia Commons

Painting of Senate Square in Saint Petersburg

When Catherine the Great Invaded the Crimea and Put the Rest of the World on Edge

Peter the Great as a child

Twelve Collegia Building in 1820

When Peter the Great built on land captured from Sweden by peasant conscripts and prisoners of

Russian Empire Map

Swedish tribes in Northern Europe in 814

Map, Sweden's Territory at the end of the 1600's

Map of the Realm of Sweden during its Great Power Period. As we can see on the map not only was Finland within the borders of Sweden but also the area east ...

Peter the Great on his deathbed, by Nikitin

Painting of the Fleet of Peter the Great

Peter I.

112 Russian writers ranging from great, to absolutely freaking great

Peter I interrogating his son Alexei, a painting by Nikolai Ge (1871)

The writing was on the wall for the Russians, and the defeat at Narva forced Peter the Great to overhaul his army and turn it into a modern fighting force.

'Peter the Great' by Vasily Serov (1907)

Sweden. Political map: boundaries, cities. Includes locator.

Peter I Monument in Taganrog, by Mark Antokolski

Ulf Sundberg: Swedish defensive fortress warfare in the Great Northern War 1702-1710

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Map of Russia at 2005CE

The cabin where Peter and Catherine lived in while St. Petersburg was being built; Photo Credit – Susan Flantzer

Useful Notes / The Great Northern War

Peter I meditating the idea of building St Petersburg at the shore of the Baltic Sea

Statistical map of Napoleon's Russian campaign of 1812. Catherine II

Map, Sweden's Territory at the end of the 1600's

Peter I, disguised as a carpenter while traveling in western Europe (1697–98

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Charles XII, detail of an oil painting by David von Krafft after J.D. Swartz,

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Map, Sweden's Territory at the end of the 1600's

Reigns of Peter III (1762) and Catherine II (1762-1796

Manuscript of the 1722 Table of Ranks

In Catherine the Great

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Stockholm: Vasa Museum

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Russian expansion in Asia.

Swedish Peasant Elites and the Art of Bargaining During the Nordic Seven Years' War (1563–70)

Outbound is the date when the ships departed Gothenburg, Sweden. Homebound is the date when the ships set sail at the Delaware River.

The War of Spanish Succession[edit]

Map of Russia at 1914CE

Charles VIII of Sweden, detail from a wood sculpture by Bernt Notke, c.

Depiction of the Reburial of Peter III

Russia: tsarist rule

Swedish Press Nov 2018 Vol 89:09

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Farmers working the land outside a castle, illustration from an early 15th-century French

'Catherine on the balcony of the Winter Palace welcoming the Guards and the People on '

Story of cities #9: Kingston, Jamaica – a city born of 'wickedness' and disaster

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Verbreitung der Schriftarten 1901

Russian penetration of western Central Asia in the 19th and 20th centuries.

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Poland, Partitions of

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India and China merit special attention because of the huge number of farms and farmers they are home to. In these two countries, small farms still occupy a ...

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Urban development encroaching on farmland outside Shenzen, China: how much more food could be

Earth science as a philosophical background to medicine: an essay based on the autobiography of Dr Otto Sperling (1602–81)

The Emigrants | The New Land

Romanov Family

The case study areas. Pictures 1a) small-scale agricultural village, Upper Thukela

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STATEMENT FROM THE AFRICAN RISK CAPACITY GROUP ON THE TROPICAL CYCLONE IDAI

Tsar Ivan IV Conquering Kazan in 1552, 1880. Kazan, the capital of the

The Peasant Prince