of dinosaurs' extinction: the Middle Russia's space as an an example
Russian Lands (villages, houses, palaces, RW, etc.) in XIX and in the beginning of XX century were presented by the Russian Emperors:
Paul I (1796-1801), Alexander I (1801-1825), Nicolaus I (1825-1855), Alexander II (1855-1881), Alexander III (1881-1894) and Nicolaus II (1894-1918).
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1778-1779: Suvorov, Alexander Vasil'yevich
Russian-Turkish war (1788-1791): Kavkazskaya Fortress/FortStadt (up to 1844) / Kavkazskaya Village [58 20' E 45 21'N]:
1792: Potyomkin Tauricheskiy, Grigoriy Alexandrovich, Prince & Gudovich, Ivan Vasil'yevich, Count
CC: Grigoropolisskaya Village
1820: Pushkin, Alexander Sergeyevich, Rayevskiy, Nikolay Nikolayevich with his family (from Mineral'nyye Vody-Stavropol' to Ekaterinoslavl' (=Dnepropetrovsk)).
Griboyedov, Alexander Sergeyevich (from Mineral'nyye Vody to Crimea), Bestuzhev-Marlinskiy, A.A. (from Stavropol' to the Black Sea).
Russian-Turkish war (1877-1878): Bayazetsk sitting.
<1911, April, 20< : Yuriy (=Georgiy) Trubetskoy, Prince, commander of Imperial escort; Vorontsov-Dashkov, I. Earl, ataman of Kuban' troop
ZaKavkazskiy Small Village [=khutor; it was burnt]
1. To restore 'the Kavkazskiy region', 'Kazkazskiy otdel' and their infrastuctures = To restore a history
2. To rename "Kropotkin Bazar-Town" into "Romanovskiy Khutor" (="Romanovskiy small Village")
CC: Fyodor KORDIK & K
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