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Empress of All Russia from 1762 until 1796 – the country's longest-ruling female leader. Wikipedia

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    Sentences forCatherine the Great

    • Later, however, Pavel I ordered the cessation of the campaign and the withdrawal of Russian forces following his predecessor, Catherine the Great's death.Baku-Wikipedia
    • The city of Odessa, founded by the Russian Empress Catherine the Great, centers on the site of the Turkish fortress Khadzhibei, which was occupied by a Russian Army in 1789.Odessa-Wikipedia
    • When Catherine II came to power in 1762, the city's filth and the smell of sewage was depicted by observers as a symptom of disorderly life styles of lower-class Russians recently arrived from the farms.Moscow-Wikipedia
    • The Empress Catherine the Great ordered the Russian army, Bashkirs and Kazakhs to exterminate all migrants and the Empress abolished the Kalmyk Khanate.Mongols-Wikipedia
    • Catherine II ("the Great"), who ruled in 1762–96, presided over the Age of Russian Enlightenment.Russia-Wikipedia
    • During the reign of Catherine the Great and her grandson Alexander I, the city of Saint Petersburg was transformed into an outdoor museum of Neoclassical architecture.Russia-Wikipedia

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