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Russia history Fun Facts

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Peter the Great moved the Russian capital to St. Petersburg in 1712. Moscow became the official capital of Russia following the Bolshevik Revolution.
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Tsar Alexis I was the first ruler to attempt to standardize the ruble as a unit of currency in the mid-1650s, but the ruble did not flourish until the reign of Peter the Great.
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Russia history
The Soviet hammer and sickle were meant to represent the union between farmers and industrial workers, who were the prominent participants in the Russian Revolution.
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Russia history
Running for over 2,000 miles, the Volga River has the most enormous flow rate of any river in Europe.
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The Grand Duchy of Moscow controlled much of what is now northwestern Russia and eastern Europe. It grew significantly after Ivan the Terrible declared the Tsardom of Russia in 1547.
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Before its growth in the Late Middle Ages, Moscow was such a humble city that Prince Daniel of the House of Rurik considered it the least valuable part of his inheritance.
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Ivan IV became the Grand Prince of Moscow in 1533 and made it his life's mission to transform Russia into a modern nation and empire.
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Leaders of the entire Russian nation were known as "tsars" until Peter the Great declared himself "Emperor," which made some other rulers think he viewed himself as superior to them.
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Nicholas attempted to modernize Russia while retaining strict monarchical rule, which turned many citizens against him and led to his and his family's deaths.
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Following the collapse of the Soviet Union, Boris Yeltsin led the transformation of the formerly communist nation toward a more capitalistic and democratic government.

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