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Bilhorod-Dnistrovskyi

'' without effect before Souchon ordered the Turkish ships to disengage shortly afterward. McLaughlin, pp. 123–133 The cruiser spent the rest of the month escorting shipping to Trebizond. On 5 December, she escorted a small raiding party to Akkerman (Bilhorod-Dnistrovskyi), Bessarabia, that was intended to attack railroad


Tula, Russia

, 2006 she lost the record to Gulfiya Khanafeyeva, who threw 77.26 metres at the Russian athletics championships in Tula (Tula, Russia). However, Lysenko threw 77.41 metres on June 24 in Zhukovsky (Zhukovsky (city)) ref>

; and 77.80 metres in Tallinn, Estonia on August 15.


Medzhybizh

. It was given to Prince Svyatoslav (Sviatoslav II of Kiev) by the prince of Kiev in the year 1146. In 1148, ownership transferred to Rostyslav (Rostislav I of Kiev), the son of Yuri Dolgoruky. The wooden fortress that stood there was destroyed in 1255. After the Mongol incursion, by 1360, the town and surrounding territory passed into the hands of the Lithuanians (History of Lithuania). The town suffered from numerous attacks by the Tatars in 1453, 1506, 1516, 1546, 1558, 1566


Veliko Tarnovo

in the environs of the capital Tărnovo (Veliko Tarnovo) and usurped the throne. In the process he married Michael Asen I's widow, the unnamed daughter of Rostislav Mihailovich, but he was unable to maintain himself on the throne. Rostislav advanced on Tărnovo from Belgrade, and Kaliman Asen II fled the capital. Rostislav returned home with his daughter and claiming the title of emperor of Bulgaria, while a brother-in-law of Michael Asen I, Mitso Asen took the throne. In the meantime, Kaliman


Carpathian Ruthenia

of these forces remained behind and were assimilated by the White Croats. As the Hungarians established the borders of Kingdom of Hungary along the Carpathian Mountains, many of the local inhabitants were assimilated. Local Slavic nobility often intermarried with the Hungarian nobles (Nobility in the Kingdom of Hungary) to the south. Prince Rostislav (Rostislav of Slavonia), a Ruthenian noble unable to continue his family's rule of Kiev, governed a great


Poti

to ''Yavuz'' without effect before Souchon ordered the Turkish ships to disengage shortly afterward. McLaughlin, pp. 123–133 The cruiser spent the rest of the month escorting shipping to Trebizond. On 5 December, she escorted a small raiding party to Akkerman (Bilhorod-Dnistrovskyi), Bessarabia, that was intended to attack railroad


Polotsk

of Polotsk''' (or '''Vseslav Bryachislavich''') (c. 1039 – 1101), also known as ''Vseslav the Sorcerer'' or ''Vseslav the Seer'', was the most famous ruler of Polotsk and was briefly Grand Prince of Kiev in 1068–1069. Together with Rostislav Vladimirovich and voivode Vyshata made up a coalition against the Yaroslaviches triumvirate. Polotsk's Cathedral of Holy Wisdom (Cathedral of Saint Sophia in Polatsk) (completed in 1066) is one of the most enduring monuments on the lands


Gomel

Eastern Slavic tribal union of Radimichs. It laid on the banks of the Sozh river and the Gomeyuk stream. Sozh's high left bank cut with canyons made a natural fortification. Some time Gomel was the capital of the Gomel Principality, then it went to the Principality of Chernigov. Gomel is first mentioned in the Hypatian Codex under the year of 1142 as the territory of Chernigov princes. For some time Gomel was held after being captured by Smolensk prince Rostislav Mstislavich


Smolensk

; born 4 October 1970 in Smolensk) is a Russian athlete, the first woman to throw the hammer more than 70 meters. ) (died 1180), Prince of Smolensk (1160–1172, 1177–1180), Grand Prince of Kiev (1171–1173, 1175–1177) and Prince of Novgorod (1178–1179). He was the son of Rostislav Mstislavich. Regardless of whether they believed the tale of Dmitriy, Adam Wiśniowiecki

Anikita Ivanovich Repnin (1668-1726), his grandson, who was one of the Russian commanders during the Great Northern War, ending his military career as Field Marshal and Minister of Defense. It was founded in 1137 by the Smolensk prince Rostislav Mstislavitch, hence the name. Roslavl was chartered under Lithuanian rule in 1408 and ceded to Russia in 1667. By 1450 Minsk was among 15 largest cities of the Grand Duchy of Lithuania with about 5,000 population. It was an important


Vladimir

'' Takhtamir looted Tver' principality and captured slaves in Vladimir principality. Monomakh Cathedral The first brick church on the spot was started by Vladimir Monomakh in 1101. The large 6-pillared edifice, quite similar to Monomakh's cathedral in Vladimir, took several decades to complete. It was finally consecrated during the reign of Vladimir's grandson Rostislav of Smolensk (Rostislav I of Kiev) in 1150. In the course of the following 500 years, the church survived numerous


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