Tsar Peter changed Russia by modernizing it. He built the great city of St. Petersburg (a modern and splendid city, but one created from a wasteland at an extremely heavy human cost) and adopted many European customs. Some may say he "Europeanized" the nation, causing sweeping changes across all levels of society and customs.
He wanted to westernize it
how did peter the great change the Russian orthodox church
No. Peter the Great was from Russia.
Peter was a czar of Russia in the late 17th century who tried to modernize Russia's government and technology. His title was Peter 1 and he was also the first emperor of Russia. He took the honorific of "Great."
Peter the Great started the process of westernizing Russia. He built St. Petersburg as his new capital. Catherine the Great brought in more European culture. She also began rebuilding the palace in Moscow.
he was a man who was very great and his name was Peter.
He was from Russia.
peter the great helped russia. he outlaw russia styles. fleet of ships built and created a navy.
A major goal of Peter the Great was to westernize Russia.
Russia was ruled by both Peter the Great and Catherine the Great.
peter the great is important because he made a great deal with Russia
Peter I (Peter the Great) is the Tsar who westernized Russia.
He gave Russia a Russia Navy.
Peter the Great, a.k.a. Peter I.
Peter the Great ruled Russia and the Russian Empire.
Peter the Great ruled the Romanovs Empire in Russia.
The goal of Peter the Great was to transform Russia into a more modern state. He wanted to bring Russia out of the dark age and into a more modern age.
Catherine the Great was Empress of Russia. She married Peter III of Russia
He really wasnt. HE was harsh to his son and had a paranoia of being overthrown but he did so much for Russia. In his time Russia was kind of lost in technology and science, they stuck to tradition and were lost in the past. Peter launched his great embassy and started to change Russia for the better.
Peter the Great