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She remains one of the most popular Russian monarchs because of her decision not to execute a single person during her reign, her numerous construction projects, and her strong opposition to Prussian policies. The second-eldest daughter of Tsar Peter the Great r. The throne first passed to her mother Catherine I of Russia r. After the brief rule of Anna's infant great-nephew, Ivan VI , Elizabeth seized the throne with the military's support and declared her own nephew, the future Peter III , her heir. During her reign Elizabeth continued the policies of her father and brought about a remarkable Age of Enlightenment in Russia. Her domestic policies allowed the nobles to gain dominance in local government while shortening their terms of service to the state.
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From Catherine the Great to the red hippo: history of vaccination in Russia
Elizabeth of Russia - Wikipedia
The mass flu vaccination campaign running for the last three years has covered Vaccination was provided both at medical institutions, and in mobile points at metro and the Moscow Central Circle stations, in My Documents centres. This year, you can also get vaccinated in Moscow parks. The first vaccination in the history of Russia is believed to be made on 23 October
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This Is Not History’s Catherine the Great
On the night of July 16, , a Bolshevik assassination squad executed Czar Nicholas II, his wife, Alexandra, and their five children, putting an end to the Romanov family dynasty that had ruled Russia for more than three centuries. The murder of the Romanovs stamped out the monarchy in Russia in a brutal fashion. But even though there is no throne to claim, some descendants of Czar Nicholas II still claim royal ties today.
He was watched from a few yards away by a larger-than-life oil painting of himself, dressed in imperial Russian garb and holding an unmistakably vulvic piece of cut fruit, while resting a foot on the head of a white bear rug. Then he unbuttoned his pants, ready for another take. Featuring 10 hourlong episodes that all arrive on May 15, the deeply irreverent show is witty and self-aware, using a charismatic woman from the past as a conduit through which to explore more modern preoccupations.