Russka: The Novel of Russia Setting & Symbolism

Edward Rutherfurd
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Kiev

Kiev, in 1066, is the capital of Russia. The city is located in what is now the Ukraine.

Russka

Russka is a fort on the southeast in border where Zhydayn the Khazar has a warehouse.

Pereiaslov

Pereiaslov is a city located to the south of Kiev.

The Russian R

The Russian R is the shape created by four rivers in the Russian heartland. The rivers are the Oka, Kliasma, Dnieper, and Don.

Muron

Muron is a village on the River Oka in the Russian heartland.

Novgorod

Novgorod is a city in central Russia on the junction of the rivers Volga and Oka.

Moscow

Moscow is located in the Russian heartland in the middle of the loop of the Russian R.

Alexandrovskaya Sloboda

Alexandrovskaya Sloboda is the tsar's summer residence located sixty miles from Moscow.

St. Petersburg

St. Petersburg is city built by Peter's orders northwest of Moscow along...

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