The history of Kyiv (often spelled Kiev), the largest city and the capital of Ukraine (previously capital of the Kievan Rus') officially celebrates founding year as 482, but history is documented as going back at least 2,000 years (hypothesis that city was found by Sarmatians tribes in 1st century) and archaeological site with the oldest settlement in the area dating back to 25,000 years BC.
Lo Stato della Rus' di Kiev nasce verso la fine del IX secolo lungo le sponde del fiume Dnepr, come risultato dello stanziamento, avvenuto a partire dal secolo precedente, di alcune tribù vichinghe svedesi, chiamate Rus', in alcune zone dell'Europa nordorientale abitate da tribù slave, finniche, baltiche.
860–1240 Bannière reconstruite de Rus' de Kiev Symbole princier Informations générales Statut Monarchie Capitale Novgorod , Kiev (après 882) Langue(s) Vieux russe Religion Polythéisme slave puis christianisme orthodoxe Monnaie Grivna Histoire et événements 980 - 1015 Règne de saint Vladimir 1019 - 1054 Règne de Iaroslav le Sage Entités précédentes: Slaves Khaganat de la Rus ...
Kyiv (Ukrainian: Київ) or Kiev is the capital and most populous city of Ukraine. It is in north-central Ukraine along the Dnieper River. As of 1 January 2021 its population was 2,962,180 making Kyiv the seventh-most populous city in Europe. Kyiv is an important industrial, scientific, educational and cultural center of Eastern Europe.
The descendants of Rurik were the ruling dynasty of Rus' (after 862). In the controversy, this is called the "Normanist" view. There are also thoose who believe the Rus came from Sweden or Rothi or Roslagen as it is known today. The "anti-Normanist" view is that the Rus' were Slavic people from south of Kiev.