History of Russia: Russia is a 2nd world’s Most Powerful Country!

Russia is located in the European continent. Russia’s capital is Moscow. Russia’s main and official language is Russian. There are many beautiful and fascinating places to look for in Russia. Russia is the world’s largest country According to area. Earlier it was the largest component of the Soviet Union.


Map of Rusia


Special facts:

Independence Day:           12 June 1991

Capital:                                 Moscow

Largest city:                          Moscow

Main language:                   Russian

Government federal:          Federation, Semi-presidential system, Federal republic,

Constitutional republic

Currency:                              Russian ruble (₽) (RUB)

Internet TLD:                        .ru

Telephone code:                 +7


Flag of rusia


Total Area:

Russia, officially the Russian Federation, is a federal state of Eurasia. Russia is the world’s largest country according to area, which is surrounded by land area occupied in 1/8 of the land. In March 2016, Russia became the world’s 9th largest country with a population of 140 million.

Population:

More populations are settled in the European western part of the country, and as compared to the eastern part, the western part is more urbanized, with almost 77% of Russia’s population living in Russia. Major cities:

Russia’s capital Moscow is one of the largest cities in the world, the main urban areas in the country include St. Petersburg, Novosibirsk, Yekaterinburg, Nijhni Novgorod and Samrao.

The countries whose boundaries are met with Russia:

Norway Finland, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Belarus, Ukraine, Georgia, Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan, China, Mongolia, North Korea

Administrative units:

In Russia there are constituent departments like Republic, Autonomous Region, Central City and Autonomous District. If they are called jointly states, Russia has 83 states – 46 provinces, 21 republics (partially autonomous), 9 autonomous states, 4 autonomous districts, 1 autonomous province and 2 union territories – Moscow and St. Petersburg.

Important events and information about Russia’s history:

Russia is mostly spread throughout North Asia and Eastern Europe, there is a total of 11 time zones and we see changes in the environment and the land here. From northwest to south-east Russia is the border of Norway, Finland, Estonia, Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan, China, Mongolia and North Korea. Along with Japan’s Okhotsk Sea and United States’ Alaska’s marine surfaces are also in Russia.

​​ The history of the country begins with the former Golma, which was a famous group in Europe between the third and eighth centuries. At that time it was discovered by the Warjian warrior Elite and he and his descendants ruled here only. In 988, he adopted the Orthodox Christianity from the Byzantine Empire, from which the synthesis of the Byzantine began and after the coming thousands of years, he laid the foundation of Russian culture.

In the end Russia was disintegrated into smaller states, mostly Russian lands were started by Mongol rulers, but gradually Russia began to exist, and Russia achieved independence and cultural and political identity. Was started at the global level.

In the end Russia was disintegrated into smaller states, mostly Russian lands were started by Mongol rulers, but gradually Russia began to exist, and Russia achieved independence and cultural and political identity. It was started at the global level. From the 8th Century, the country was growing rapidly and this expansion became known as the Russian Empire, the third of history From the Great Empire, the Russian Empire was spreading from Alaska in the west to Poland in the east.

After the Russian Revolution, the Russian Federal Federation became the largest and main component of the Socialist Republic Soviet Socialist Republic Union. For this reason, Russia later emerged as a superpower after the Second World War.

In the 20th century, many technological achievements were achieved in Russia’s Soviet era. At the same time, 15 independent republics emerged from the USSR, mainly in Russia, Ukraine, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Estonia, Georgia, Kyrgyzstan, Latvia, Lithuania, Moldova, Tajikistan, and Turkmenistan. Russian SFSR is one of the largest, most populous and economically strongest countries. The federal semi-president of Russia is a country with a republic

GDP and Economy:

Russia’s economy is the sixth largest economy according to the GDP rate, according to the 12th largest and purchasing power parity. There is also a large reservoir of mineral and energy sources in Russia, which also creates the main producer of an oil and natural gas. At the same time, this country is one of the five major Nuclear Power Plants, with huge reserves of weapons stocking.

 Membership of Russia:

Russia is a permanent member of the United Nations Security Council, as well as the G20, the Council of Europe, the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC), the Shanghai Co-operation Organization (SCO), the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) And the World Trade Organization (WTO) is also a member of the Collective Security Treaty Organization (CSTO) and the Eurasian Economic Union (EEU) of Armenia, Belarus, Kazakhstan and Kyrgyzstan Is one of the five members.

Some Important Days in Russia’s History:

1547 – The magnificent Prince Ivan IV of Moscow became the first ruler to be declared Tsar of Russia.

1798-1815 – Russia participated in the European Coalition against revolutionaries and Napoleon France and defeated Napoleon invasion in 1812, and Russia was an important contributor to Napoleon’s defeat.

1853-57 – After the defeat of the Ottoman Empire in the Crimean War, Russia wanted to seize some states of the Ottoman Empire.

1904-05 – The Revolution of 1905 and the Japan War originated because of the expansion of Russia in Manchuria Because of this, Taser Nicholas II had to forcibly establish the Parliament, the Duma.

1914 – Russian and Australian people helped in the outbreak of World War I in Balcones, from which Russia was fighting on Britain and France.

1917 – Nicholas II was abandoned. The Bolshevik revolutionaries pledge Lenin to set up an official government.

1918-22 – Civil war broke out between the Red Army and anti-communist white Russians.

1922 – Bolshevik rebuilt the remains of the Russian empire as a Soviet Socialist Republic Union.

1945 – Faced with friendly countries against Nazi Germany. The end of the Cold War began from the West when the war ended.

1953 – The dictator Joseph Stalin, who started the oppressive rule at home, died and the Communist Party firmly maintained its political dominance.

2014 – Russia occupied the Crimean area of ​​Crimea, due to which the largest Taslim was placed after the Cold War between East-West.

2015 September – Russia took armed intervention to help the President Bashar al-Assad in Syria.

Russia’s beautiful places for visiting:

Kazan City:

Moscow is also the oldest city, Kazan, which was established in 1005. In addition to hosting the 2018 Football World Cup, many sports events have already been organized in this city, due to which the city is also known as the Sports Capital of Russia.


Kazan City


St. Petersburg City:

St. Petersburg can be called the royal capital of Russia because it is a very big city, there are many large museums and palaces. This is the second largest city in Russia, which has a lot of cultural and political significance.


St. Petersburg City


Samara City:

The city of Samara is the place where the two rivers Samara and Volga meet. This city has many beautiful cathedrals and the largest mosque in Russia. Rocket Vostok 1, which took Russia’s first person Yuri Gagarin to space, was built in Samara city.


Samara City


 

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