QUESTIONS: Kyiv in the past
Which of the listed years of Kyiv had the largest number of citizens?
- 900 was
Which of the listed years of Kyiv had the smallest number of inhabitants?
The oldest dates back to Kyiv description:
- 945 year
- Year 1380
During Igor Olga Sviatoslav and most of the population lived in cities:
In what year Hordes army destroyed the capital of Russia?
- In 1240
- In 945
- In 1147
As a governing body called Kyiv during the Commonwealth?
- City Duma
The founder of the College, which operated within the walls of the Bratsk Monastery was:
- Adam Kisel
- Peter Graves
- Mikhail Lomonosov
The first printing was working in Kiev:
- Sophia Monastery
- St. Michael's Monastery
Hill, on which stood a castle Kyiv, later became known as ...
In what year Catherine II visited Kyiv?
- In 1787
- In 1616
- In 1825
The sarcophagus, which was buried Yaroslav the Wise, is in:
- Kiev-Pechersk Lavra
- St. Sophia Cathedral
- St. Michael's Cathedral Zolotoverhom
What event in the life of Kyiv occurred in 1870?
- The city was granted Magdeburg law
- Railroad came to town
- Catherine II visited Kyiv