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  1. In an unpublished foreword, Pushkin wrote, "There is much of Henri IV in Dmitri. Like him he is brave, generous and boastful, like him indifferent to religion -- both abjure their faith for a political cause, both love pleasures and war, both devote themselves to chimerical projects, both are victims of conspiracies...

  2. During his reign, Dolgoruky founded many major cities of the Northeast Rus, including Pereslavl, Uglich, and Romanov of the modern-day Yaroslavl Oblast. Prince Andrey Bogolyubsky , who succeeded his father Yury as a ruler of the Rostov-Suzdal lands in 1157, was the first Russian ruler to give up his claims for the thrones of Kiev and Pereyaslavl .

  3. nl.wikipedia.org › wiki › MoskouMoskou - Wikipedia

    Moskou (Russisch: Москва, Moskva, IPA: (info / uitleg)) is de hoofdstad en veruit de grootste stad van Rusland, voorheen ook van de Sovjet-Unie.Moskou is daarnaast de grootste stad die in zijn geheel op het Europese continent ligt, dit in tegenstelling tot Istanboel.

  4. Ni Vladímir, ni ninguna de las ciudades más antiguas, lograron recuperarse tras la invasión mongola. El principado rápidamente se desintegró en once pequeños principados: Moscú, Tver, Pereslavl, Rostov, Yaroslavl, Úglich, Belozersk, Kostromá, Nizhni Nóvgorod, Starodub del Kliazma y Yúriev-Polski.