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Russian Tsar Peter I with his wife

Russian Tsar Peter I with his wife

Influenced by Western Europe, the Tsar attempted to modernise the Russian Empire.

History

Keywords

Peter I, Peter the Great, Saint Petersburg, tsar, ruler, Russian, empire, modernisation

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Questions

  • On which continent did Russia have no territories in modern history?
  • Which dynasty was Peter the Great a member of?
  • Which of these is true of the Romanov Dynasty?
  • Is it true that only two dynasties ruled Russia?
  • When did the Romanov dynasty rule Russia?
  • Where was Peter the Great born?
  • Where did Peter the Great die?
  • When did Peter the Great live?
  • At what age did Peter the Great occupy the throne?
  • In which century did Peter the Great rule?
  • When did Peter the Great found Saint Petersburg?
  • Who did the Tsar name Saint Petersburg after?
  • In the delta of which river Peter the Great have Saint Petersburg built?
  • What special tax did Peter the Great introduce?
  • Which European country did Peter the Great never visit?
  • Which town became the capital of Russia in 1712?
  • Against which country did Peter the Great not fight a war during his reign?
  • Is it true that Peter the Great supported the advancement of education and science?
  • Which territory was occupied by Peter the Great?
  • Is it true that Peter the Great turned Russia into a modern European power?
  • Is it true that his wife, Catherine I, succeeded Peter the Great on the throne, because he had no children?
  • Is it true that Peter the Great introduced reforms because he intended to modernise his country?
  • Which of these did Peter the Great NOT ban?
  • Which of these did NOT characterise the Russian Tsar Peter I?
  • On the coast of which sea did Peter the Great found a new capital?
  • Who was NOT a contemporary of Peter the Great?
  • Who was a contemporary of Peter the Great?

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Russian Tsar Peter I with his wife

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