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Map of Eastern Europe and Russia

Map of Eastern Europe and Russia Social Studies World History Russian Studies Geography Visual Arts

This map depicts the geographic relationship of Kazan to Moscow.

During the time of Ivan IV, Kazan was a significant threat to Moscow (and vice versa).  Not only separated by religious differences, rulers of both competed for power and territorial expansion.


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Map online, courtesy Wikimedia Commons.

 

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