Russia's longest- ruling female leader _____.
The only son of Nicholas II and Alexandra was _____.
_____ he was the last Romanov emperor.
Was the last Imperial Dynasty of Russia:
___ was devoted to Rasputin.
1762 to 1796 was considered Russia's ____.
______he was the man that with his army defeated French troops.
_____ he was the first Romanov czar of Russia.
Tragic day when a lot of Russians died ____.
___ declared himself emperor of the Russian Empire.
the world’s largest nation
is a sea of the Atlantic Ocean, enclosed by Scandinavia
is the largest enclosed inland body of water on Earth by area
a landlocked country in Eastern Europe, is known for its Stalinist architecture
on the Moskva River in western Russia
a Russian communist revolutionary, politician, and political theorist
was the leader of the Soviet Union from the mid-1920s until his death in 1953
The Aral Sea was an lake lying between Kazakhstan in the north and Uzbekistan in the south
are a mountain range that runs from north to south through western Russia
a mountain system in Eurasia between the Black Sea and the Caspian Sea in the Caucasus region
a former Soviet statesman He was the eighth and final leader of the Soviet Union
a marginal sea of the Pacific Ocean
Siberia is a vast Russian province
Russian politician who is the current President of the Russian Federation
A political group that over threw NicholasII
The leader of the Mongols
A theater in Moscow Russia
This Queen murdered her husband to get the throne
A type of fish Russia gets from the Caspian
A special Easter egg made for a Czar's wife
This man introduced Glasnost and Perestroika
A museum in St. Petersburg Russia
Overthrew the Mongols
The deepest lake in the world
The first Russian communist leader
A civilization that took over Russia on horse back
The last Russian Czar who didn't want to rule
This king was fascinated with W. Europe
The old Russian capital that has the Hermitage located in it
The Mad Monk
The 16 year old king who started the Romanov Dynasty
The old Russia
The Russian leader who was in charge for the beginning stages of the Cold War and WWII
A church built by IvanIV
The type of grasslands that go through Russia
The coniferous forests that runs through Russia
A special ballet performed in Russia
The Artic and snowy region at the north of Russia
The mountain range that splits Russia and Siberia
Converted Russia to Eastern Orthodox
The longest river in Russia and Europe
The scientific study of the world's seas, oceans and their surrounding environment
The scientific study of weather and climate
A 3 1/2 year English expedition to study the ocean floor, sea life and sea water temperature and salinity
The study of the ocean's animals and plant life
The study of the ocean's tides, currents, sea ice, waves and temperature
the study of the ocean's rocks, sediments and the sea floor
Begins at the edge of the continental shelf and reaches into the ocean's greater depth
the term used for the ocean floor or animals living on or near it
Mountains on the sea floor that have pointed peaks
A ring of volcanic activity that circles the Pacific Ocean
Measurement of the total amount of dissolved salts or minerals in water
Fresh water diluted with sea water
A term used for animals, water, or land in the deepest part of the ocean
Act like nurseries for marine organisms
Nicholas _________ his leadership when his army didn't obey him.
Nicholas send his troops to kill the people of Russia on this specific day
_____ is a monarchy and lead with absolute power
Russian Representative Legislature
Took over after Nicholas turned down his trown
War between two groups in the same country
Secret Police made by Lenin
This man died by poison, shot three times, and drowned
He was a man that didn't know what to do as a leader but knew about being a solider in combat