Russia. The 1 st Czar of Russia was Ivan the Terrible. His actual coronation thrown.
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His actual coronation thrown
From 1547-1560 Ivan expanded the Russian Empire. He is called Ivan the “Terrible” because he formed a secret police that wore all black & rode black horses. The police executed many of his enemies. He also killed his own son in a violent quarrel.
he was described as intelligent and devout, yet given to rages and prone to episodic outbreaks of mental illness In 1581, Ivan beat his pregnant daughter-in-law for wearing immodest clothing, and this may have caused a miscarriage. His son, also named Ivan, upon learning of this, engaged in a heated argument with his father, which resulted in Ivan striking his son in the head with his pointed staff, causing his son's (accidental) death.
St. Basils was constructed in Moscow under the rule of Ivan. After the construction he ordered the architect to be blinded so he could never construct something this beautiful again.
The development of the steam enginestarted the industrial revolution in Great Britain.
The steam engine was created to pump water from coal mines, enabling them to be deepened.
Name for the girls became known as OTMA for their names
Birds eye view on Kremlin
Lenin has been in the mausoleum since his death in 1924.
Since 1960, when the Aral Sea was the world's fourth largest lake, the Aral Sea has lost 75% of its water volume. This loss is due to the agricultural diversion of the Syr Darya and Amu Darya rivers, the Aral's main sources of inflowing water. The Aral Sea is bounded by Kazakhstan on the north and Uzbekistan on the south.