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  1. She was intended to become a passenger ship, the Yuri Dolgoruki she was instead finished in 1960 as a mother ship for whalers. She was then scrapped in 1977. External links [] Hamburg America Line brochure (1938)

  2. Monument to Yuri Dolgorukiy in Moscow. From Wikimedia Commons, the free media repository. This is a category about a cultural heritage object in Russia, number: 7710859000. This template and pages using it are maintained by the Russian WLM team. Please read the guidelines before making any changes that can affect the monuments database!

  3. Yuri Alexeyevich Dolgorukov (near 1610–1682), military leader known for victories during the Russo-Polish war, boyar (1648). Killed during the Moscow uprising of 1682. Yuri Vladimirovich Dolgorukov (1664–1707), Russian colonel, killed at the start of Bulavin Rebellion; Vasily Vladimirovich Dolgorukov (1667–1746), Russian Field Marshal

  4. Andréi Bogoliubski. 29 de junio de 1174 jul. El príncipe Andréi I el Piadoso de Vladímir, conocido comúnmente como Andréi Bogoliubski (en ruso, Андрей Боголюбский, «Andrés el Que ama a Dios») (h. 1111 – 28 de junio de 1174) fue un príncipe de Vladímir-Súzdal (después de 1157). Era hijo de Yuri Dolgoruki, quien ...

  5. Yuri Dolgorukiy Grand Prince of ... Dedications to Yuri Dolgoruki‎ (2 C, 6 F) P. Personal symbol of Yuri Dolgorukiy‎ (2 F) Y. Yuri Dolgoruki in art‎ (4 C, 1 F)

  6. Nine years later, in 1156, Prince Yuri Dolgoruki ordered the building of a wooden wall, which had to be redone many times, to go around the growing city. After the attack of 1237–1238, when the Mongols burned the city to the ground and killed its people living there, Moscow grew back and became the capital of the Vladimir-Suzdal principality (an amount of land ruled by a prince) in 1327. [29]

  7. › es › Yaropolk_IIYaropolk II - Wikiwand

    Pereyáslav se entregaría a Yuri Dolgoruki con la condición de que Iziaslav consiguiera gobernar Rostov, aunque Yuri mantuvo una gran parte del principado bajo su influencia. Iziaslav también gobernó en Volinia y otro medio hermano de Yaropolk, Andréi Vladímirovich iba a gobernar Pereyáslav.