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  1. Natalya Naryshkina 1651–1694: Dmitry of Russia 1648–1649: Agafya Grushetskaya 1663–1681: Feodor III Tsar of Russia 1661–1682 r.1676–1682: Marfa Apraksina 1664–1716: Simeon of Russia 1665–1669: Catherine of Russia 1658–1718: Feodosia of Russia 1662–1713: Maria of Russia 1660–1723: Praskovia Saltykova 1664–1723: Ivan V Tsar ...

  2. Mathilde-Marie Feliksovna Kschessinska (Polish: Matylda Maria Krzesińska, Russian: Матильда Феликсовна Кшесинская; 31 August [O.S. 19 August] 1872 – 6 December 1971; also known as Princess Romanovskaya-Krasinskaya after her marriage) was a Polish ballerina from the noble family Krzesiński.

  3. Las guerras continuas bajo su zarato y el empeoramiento de las condiciones de vida de la población dentro de la propia Rusia llevaron a tumultos y revueltas (Disturbio de la Sal en 1648 y Disturbio del Cobre en 1662 en Moscú, 1650 en Pskov y Nóvgorod, 1670–1671 bajo el mando de Stepán Razin en el Don, Volga, en el corazón y el sur del principado moscovita), todos aplacados por Alexéi ...

  4. Back to the list of Leaders "Remember to feed your people. Soldiers' bellies are not satisfied with empty promises and hopes." Peter I (9 June 1672 – 8 February 1725), also known as Peter Alexeyevich and more commonly as Peter the Great, was Tsar of Russia from 1682 until his death. During his reign, he vastly expanded the borders of the Russian Empire, and modernized Russia's political and ...

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