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11 May




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1558—Russian army captures Narva.
Ivan the Terrible is so happy about this fact that he orders to build Orthodox churches in Narva, wiping away Catholicism and Lutheranism, he grants charter to the townsmen of Narva, and also orders to find all the previously taken captive, born in Narva, and return them to their homeland.









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