Ivan the Great


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Synonyms for Ivan the Great

grand duke of Muscovy whose victories against the Tartars laid the basis for Russian unity (1440-1505)

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In the final stage of the grand ceremony the new head of state came out to the Cathedral Square, one of the most landmark sites of the Kremlin, where he observed a parade by the presidential regiment and the Ivan the Great bell tower chimed its bells.
The Rurikides, among whose number were the famous Ivan the Great and his grandson Ivan the Terrible, expanded Russia's boundaries in the quest for fur.
IVAN THE GREAT: Ivanovic and Drogba celebrate the opening Chelsea goal
It is the lengthy war between Muscovy and Poland as a consequence of the Muscovite policy of expansion under Ivan the Great, grand prince of Moscow from 1462 to 1505.
From the twelfth century until Ivan the Great conquered Novgorod in 1478 the city was governed by a select assembly of officials elected by the ruling merchants.
mirror.co.uk/traveltop10 7 KREMLIN WALL, MOSCOW Three nights from [euro]435pp This fortified complex of cathedrals, palaces, towers and museums has been the seat of Russian state power since the mid-15th century, when Ivan the Great ruled.
IVAN THE GREAT CHELSEA goalscorER Branislav Ivanovic celebrates after netting the winner at the Etihad