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  1. Vladimir Andreyevich (Russian: Владимир Андреевич; 9 July 1535 – 9 October 1569) was the last appanage Russian prince. His complicated relationship with his cousin, Ivan the Terrible , was dramatized in Sergei Eisenstein 's 1944 film Ivan the Terrible .

  2. › es › Vladimir_of_StaritsaVladimir de Staritsa

    El único hijo de Andrey de Staritsa y la princesa Evfrosinia Staritskaia née Khovanskaia, Vladimir pasó su infancia bajo estricta vigilancia en Moscú. En 1542, fue reintegrado a los apacentamientos de su padre, Staritsa y Vereya. Allí se casó y vivió en paz hasta 1553, cuando el zar cayó gravemente enfermo.

  3. Maria Vladimirovna of Staritsa (c. 1560 in Staritsa – 1612, 1614, or 1617) was a Russian princess. She was the daughter of Prince Vladimir of Staritsa and his wife, Princess Eudoxia Romanovna Odoevskaya, and, through her father, descended from Sophia Palaiologina .

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    The town was established in 1297 under the name of Gorodok (Городо́к), lit. small town). In 1365, it was moved from the more elevated right to the lower left bank of the Volga River.[citation needed] Since the 15th century,[citation needed] the town has been called Staritsa (lit. former river-bed). The name was misinterpreted by heraldists who repr...

    Within the framework of administrative divisions, Staritsa serves as the administrative center of Staritsky District. As an administrative division, it is incorporated within Staritsky District as Staritsa Urban Settlement. As a municipal division, this administrative unit also has urban settlement status and is a part of Staritsky Municipal Distri...


    Main industries in Staritsa are a clothes factory, a flax-manufacturing factory, as well as mechanical and vegetable food factories.


    A railway connecting Torzhok and Rzhev has the Staritsa railway station, located about a dozen kilometers northeast of the town of Staritsa. A paved road connecting Tver to Rzhev crosses the district and passes through Staritsa, where there is a bridge over the Volga. Another road connects Staritsa with Torzhok via Bernovo. There are also local roads with bus traffic originating from Staritsa. The Volga is navigable but there is no passenger navigation.

    The town is split by the river into two parts: the larger left and the smaller right. There are numerous old abandoned limestone quarries in the town's vicinity, explaining an abundance of old limestone buildings in the town. In the right part of a town a site of an old settlement can be clearly traced, with huge mounds and ground walls. On the opp...

    Staritsa is also noted among speleologists for its 18th–19th century quarries. The quarries were created by local people, without any general plan, so they are sometimes very tangled and can be used as a smaller model for horizontal cave labyrinths. The longest quarries have a total length of passages of about 3 to 5 kilometers (1.9 to 3.1 mi). The...


    1. Законодательное Собрание Тверской области. Закон №34-ЗО от 17 апреля 2006 г. «Об административно-территориальном устройстве Тверской области», в ред. Закона №66-ЗО от 1 октября 2014 г. «О внесении изменения в статью 18 Закона Тверской области "Об административно-территориальном устройстве Тверской области"». Вступил в силу со дня официального опубликования. Опубликован: "Тверские ведомости", №17 (специальный выпуск), 19 апреля 2006 г. (Legislative Assembly of Tver Oblast. Law #34-ZO of Apr...

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  4. Vladimir Andreyevich was the last appanage Russian prince. His complicated relationship with his cousin, Ivan the Terrible, was dramatized in Sergei Eisenstein's 1944 film Ivan the Terrible. Introduction Vladimir of Staritsa

  5. the metropolitan's intercession, however, Vladimir and his mother regained Staritsa in December 1540, and the cousins spent the next few years together at court.1 In contrast to his father's policy, Ivan allowed Vladimir, next in the line of succession, to marry before he himself had a son. Both participated in the

  6. A third group favored Ivan's cousin, Vladimir of Staritsa, an incapable but certainly legitimate possibility. Fortunately Ivan recovered, but the episode poisoned relations between the tsar and his cousin, as well as with many of the boyars. The poison began to work a decade later.