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Russia was ruled by both Peter the Great and Catherine the Great.
No, Catherine the Great married a man named Peter the Third. Ironically, Peter the Third was named after Peter the Great.
Catherine the Great married a man named Peter the 3rd, her husband was named after Peter the Great.
Catherine the Great married a man named Peter the 3rd, her husband was named after Peter the Great
Peter the Great and Catherine the Great were both Russian rulers.
Catherine the Great's husband was Tsar Peter III.Catherine the Great's husband was Tsar Peter III.Peter III
Catherine the Great married Peter the Third. Peter's aunt was once engaged to Catherine's uncle. Peter and Catherine were actually cousins. Catherine was chosen for her brains and her resemblance to the Empress's dead lover, Catherine's uncle.
Catherine I was Peter the Great's successor.
Like Peter the Great, Catherine the Great modernized Russia and extended its empire.
I believe Peter was the Czar and Catherine was his wife. Catherine ruled the country better in my opinion.
Catherine the Great was Empress of Russia. She married Peter III of Russia
Tsar Peter Romanov III was Catherine the Great's husband.
Catherine the Great
Catherine the Great was married to Peter the Third of Russia. Catherine was from Germany.
Peter the great and Catherine the Great were considered great absolute monarchs. The reason for this is that they were interested in making Russia better and stronger.
1- She continued the expansion of Russia begun by Peter the Great. 2- She also gained control of most of the northern shore of the Black Sea and the region of the Crimea.
Peter the Great AND Catherine the Great (or II).
Catherine the Great, CA:1729-1796
Catherine (II) the Great
Born a princess in Germany, Catherine the Great converted to Orthodoxy and was married to the heir to the Russian throne, the Grand Duke Peter of Holstein, grandson of Peter the Great.
ivan the terrible was bad, Peter the great was good