Person    | Male  Born 958  Died 15/7/1015

Saint Volodymyr

Categories: Religion, Royalty

Countries: Russia, Ukraine

Prince, born in Pskov, now in Russia. Also known as Vladimir I of Kyiv and Vladimir Sviatoslavich the Great. Became Prince of Novgorod in 970, seized Kyiv from his brother in 980 and consolidated the realm that would become Russia. A pagan, he converted to Christianity in 988 and imposed the religion on his people. Died at Berestovo, near Kyiv.

Credit for this entry to: Alan Patient of www.plaquesoflondon.co.uk

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Saint Volodymyr

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Saint Volodymyr

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