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11 November




Dates in History
1480—Ended the Tartar-Mongolian occupation of Russian lands, which lasted for over two centuries.
This date in Russian history is known as Standing at the river Ugra. Russian army met Tartar-Mongolian army; after standing on the opposite banks of the river Ugra it was decided that both armies were to return back home without fight.









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