Cities and Towns in Tver Oblast: Tver, Kashin, Rzhev, Staritsa, Tver Oblast, Torzhok, Ostashkov, Bezhetsk, Kalyazin, Toropets, Kimry, Andreapol

 
9781156116982: Cities and Towns in Tver Oblast: Tver, Kashin, Rzhev, Staritsa, Tver Oblast, Torzhok, Ostashkov, Bezhetsk, Kalyazin, Toropets, Kimry, Andreapol
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Chapters: Tver, Kashin, Rzhev, Staritsa, Tver Oblast, Torzhok, Ostashkov, Bezhetsk, Kalyazin, Toropets, Kimry, Andreapol, Bologoye, Krasny Kholm, Zubtsov, Vyshny Volochyok, Bely, Tver Oblast, Likhoslavl, Nelidovo, Udomlya, Zapadnaya Dvina, Konakovo, Vesyegonsk, Kuvshinovo. Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 74. Not illustrated. Free updates online. Purchase includes a free trial membership in the publisher's book club where you can select from more than a million books without charge. Excerpt: Tver - The first written record of Tver is dated 1135. Originally a minor settlement of Novgorodian traders, it passed to the Grand Prince of Vladimir in 1209. In 1246, Alexander Nevsky granted it to his younger brother Yaroslav Yaroslavich (d. 1271), from whom a dynasty of local princes descended. Four of them were killed by the Golden Horde and were proclaimed saints by the Russian Orthodox church. Formerly a land of woods and bogs, the Tver principality was quickly transformed into one of the richest and most populous Russian states. As the area was hardly accessible for Tatar raids, there was a great influx of population from the recently devastated South. By the end of the century, it was ready to vie with Moscow for supremacy in Russia. Both Tver and Moscow were young cities, so the outcome of their rivalry was far from being certain. Mikhail of Tver, who ascended the throne of Vladimir in 1305, was one of the most beloved of medieval Russian rulers. His policy of open conflict with the Golden Horde led to his assassination there in 1318. His son Dmitry "the Terrible Eyes" succeeded him, and, concluding an alliance with the mighty Grand Duchy of Lithuania, managed to raise Tver's prestige even higher. Exasperated by Dmitry's influence, Prince Ivan Kalita of Moscow engineered his murder by the Mongols in 1326. On hearing the news of this crime, the city revolted against the Horde. The latter joined its forces with Muscovites and brutally ...More: http://booksllc.net/?id=372316

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