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Where were Russia's major territorial gains in the nineteenth century?

The major territorial gains of the Russian Empire in the 19th century were its expansion into central and far eastern Asia, most significantly Siberia, in terms of land area. Although a Russian presence had periodically existed in these regions since the 17th century, their control of the territories was consolidated in the 19th century. Wikipedia contains several articles on the Russian Empire detailing these events: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Russian_history,_1855-1892


What is Porto Siberia?

Porto Siberia was one of the doors to the city of Genoa in the 16th century.


Which Russian emperor drove the Mongols out of Russia and established control over western Siberia?

Ivan the Terrible drove the Mongols out of Russia and established control over western Siberia.


Tell me facts about the Tsar's rule in Russia?

1. Russian leadership under foreign rulers (Catherine the Great was German/Polish; Tsar Nicolas was a cousin to Germany's Kaiser, etc.) 2. European nobility verses Russian peasants (European rich men verses Russian poor people). 3. Russian expansion EASTWARD into Siberia and to the pacific coast. 4. The Trans-Siberian Railroad; a transcontinental railroad crossing east/west (west/east) across the Russian continent (Eurasian Continent). 5. The Russo-Japanese War 1904-1905 which removed Russia from the naval arms race in the 20th century, and led to the rise of Lenin and the Bolsheviks, which culiminated in the Russian Revolution (Bolshevik Revolution in 1917).


What region of Russia is known as the Russia's freezer?

The region of Russia known as "The Russian Freezer" is known as Siberia.

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Where were Russia's major territorial gains in the nineteenth century?

The major territorial gains of the Russian Empire in the 19th century were its expansion into central and far eastern Asia, most significantly Siberia, in terms of land area. Although a Russian presence had periodically existed in these regions since the 17th century, their control of the territories was consolidated in the 19th century. Wikipedia contains several articles on the Russian Empire detailing these events: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Russian_history,_1855-1892


When was Russian State Ballet of Siberia created?

Russian State Ballet of Siberia was created in 1978.


What year did Siberia become an independent country?

Siberia broke free of Mongolia in the late 15th century. The Russians started to take control of parts of Siberia in the 16th century and by the mid 17th century controlled Siberia to the Pacific. Siberia has not been independent for a long time.


Where is the siberia located?

Russian


What is a Russian exile spot?

Siberia


What languages are spoken in Siberia?

As Siberia is in Russia, Russian is the primary language of Siberia. However, there are also a number of indigenous ethnic minorities who speak their own languages, e.g. Tartar and Bashkir. These languages differ immensely from Russian. There are also a lot of immigrants from Uzbekistan and Azerbaijan in Siberia, so you will hear these languages being spoken too.People in Siberia speak Russian--Siberia is in Russia--and most likely some Mongolian or Chinese in the easternmost parts, since both of those countries border on the region.


What was Rasputin's nationality?

He is considered Russian because he was from the Siberia area of the Russian empire.


Does Siberia have a football team?

FC Sibir Novosibirsk is a Russian football team based in Siberia.


What is a chude?

Ancient non-Russian people in Siberia.


Where is Siberia A. Russia B. Yugoslavia C. Romania D. Greece?

Siberia is part of Russian Federation.


Who ruled siberia in 1914?

The tsar, Nicholas II Romanov, ruled Siberia and the whole of the Russian empire in 1914.


Is there a Siberian monarchy?

No. Siberia is part of Russia. Before the 1917 Revolution the Russian monarchs also reigned over Siberia, but Siberia has never had a monarchy of its own.