Ryazan

medieval Russian principality from the 12th to the early 16th century. Ryazan became an independent princedom early in the 12th century under ...
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Ryazan

`, oblast (province), western Russia. It occupies an area of 15,300 square miles (39,600 square km) in the middle Oka River basin and extends ...
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Ryazan

`, city and administrative centre of Ryazan oblast (province), western Russia. It lies along the Oka River on the site of the ancient town of ...
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Ryazan

Ryazan (ryuzän'yu) , city (1989 pop. 515,000), capital of Ryazan region, E central European Russia, on the Oka River. Industries include oil refining, lignite processing, and the manufacture of machine tools and agricultural and transport equipment. The city has extensive piers, and river t...
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Ryazan

(city) Capital city of Ryazan oblast (region), Russian Federation, 175 km/109 mi southeast of Moscow; population (1996 est) 536,000. Industries include engineering, oil refining, food processing, and a variety of light industries. Ryazan has been known since 1095; from this time un...
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Ryazan

Ryazan (a=ru-Ryazan.ogg) is a city and the administrative center of Ryazan Oblast, Russia, located on the Oka River {convert|196|km|sp=us} southeast of Moscow. Population: {ru-census|p2010=524,927|p2002=521,560|p1989=514,638} ==History== It is argued that the Ryazan kremlin was founded in 800, by Slavic settlers,{citation needed|date=May 2007} as ...
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