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  2. Tver - Wikipedia

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    A considerable part of the government buildings of the city of Tver and the Tver Oblast lay along Sovetskaya Street: the building on the square of St. Michael (Sovetskaya, 44) is the residence of the Governor of the Oblast, and a former Regional Party Committee (Sovetskaya, 33) is The Legislative Assembly of Tver Oblast.

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  3. Tver travel | Russia, Europe - Lonely Planet

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    On the Volga, 150km northwest of Moscow, Tver dates back to the 12th century. After a fire levelled most of the town in 1763, the architect Pyotr Nikitin replanned Tver’s centre on a three-ray system and built his patron, Catherine the Great, a ‘road palace’ to rest in on journeys between the then-Russian capital of St Petersburg and Moscow.

  4. Tver - Wikitravel

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    Tver is a city in Tver Oblast,Russia.It was the capital of the powerful medieval Tver Principality and one-time rival to Moscow as Russia's preeminent power base. The medieval center is long gone, a victim of centuries of fires, Nazis, and general rebuilding, but the downtown area is nonetheless quite attractive, dominated by neoclassical architecture erected during the reign of Catherine the ...

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  5. Tver | Russia | Britannica

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    Tver, city and administrative centre of Tver oblast (region), western Russia. The city lies at the confluence of the upper Volga and Tvertsa rivers. The first mention of Tver dates from 1134–35, when it was subject to Novgorod. It became part of the Principality of Vladimir-Suzdal in 1209, and in

  6. Tver | historical principality, Russia | Britannica

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    Tver, medieval principality located in the region northwest of Moscow and centring on the city of Tver and including the towns of Kashin, Mikulin, Kholm, Dorogobuzh, and Staritsa. Descendants of Prince Yaroslav Yaroslavich (brother of Alexander Nevsky and son of Yaroslav Vsevolodovich) founded the

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  8. Tver' | Article about Tver' by The Free Dictionary

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    Tver (tvĕr), formerly Kalinin (kəlyē`nyĭn), city (1989 pop. 451,000), capital of Tver region, central European Russia, at the confluence of the Volga and Tver rivers.A major port on the upper Volga, it is linked with Moscow by the Moscow Canal.

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  10. Tver 2020: Best of Tver, Russia Tourism - Tripadvisor

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    Tver Tourism: Tripadvisor has 13,095 reviews of Tver Hotels, Attractions, and Restaurants making it your best Tver resource.

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