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The battle of Poltava. Oleksandr Kotsebu (1815-1889). The Battle of Poltava.Oleksandr Kotsebu (1815-1889).


The storming of swedish fortress Noteburg in October 1702 by russian troops. 
Oleksandr Kotsebu (1815-1889). 1846. The Storming of Swedish Fortress Noteburg in October 1702 by Russian Troops. 1846. Oleksandr Kotsebu (1815-1889).

The Battle of Narva on November 19, 1700. 1846. Oleksandr Kotsebu (1815-1889). The Battle of Narva on November 19, 1700. 1846. Oleksandr Kotsebu (1815-1889).

Peter I Pacifying his Marauding Troops after Taking Narva in 1704. 1859. Nikolay Sauerweid (18361866). Peter I Pacifying his Marauding Troops after Taking Narva in 1704. 1859. Nikolay Sauerweid (18361866).

Peter I in the Battle of Poltava. 1718. Louis Caravaque (1684-1754). Peter I in the Battle of Poltava. 1718. Louis Caravaque (1684-1754). 1718.

The Battle of Poltava. 1726. Denis Martens the Younger (1663-1742). The Battle of Poltava. 1726. Denis Martens the Younger (1663-1742).

The Battle of Poltava. Engraving, 1725. Nicolas de Larmessin (1684-1755). The Battle of Poltava. Engraving, 1725. Nicolas de Larmessin (1684-1755).

The Battle of Lesnaya on September 28, 1708. Engraving. 1722. Nicolas de Larmessin (1684-1755). The Battle of Lesnaya on September 28, 1708. Engraving, 1722. Nicolas de Larmessin (1684-1755).

Swedish Victory in the Battle of Narva. 1910. Gustaf Cederström (18451933). Swedish Victory in the Battle of Narva. 1910. Gustaf Cederström (18451933).

Charles XII and Mazepa at the Dnieper River after the Battle of Poltava. 1880. Gustaf Cederström (18451933). Charles XII and Mazepa at the Dnieper River after the Battle of Poltava. 1880. Gustaf Cederström (18451933).

Bringing Home the Body of King Karl XII of Sweden. 1884. Gustaf Cederström (18451933). Bringing Home the Body of King Karl XII of Sweden. 1884. Gustaf Cederström (18451933).

Charles XII in the Battle of Narva on November 19, 1700. Engraving, Early 18th century. Unknown artist. Charles XII in the Battle of Narva on November 19, 1700. Engraving, Early 18th century. Unknown artist.

The Battle of Poltava. Mosaic, 1764. Mikhail Lomonosov (1711-1765). The Battle of Poltava. Mosaic, 1764. Mikhail Lomonosov (1711-1765).

The victory of Charles XII's Army over the Russian army in the Battle of Narva, November 1700.Engraving, 1701.  
Pieter Schenk (1645-1708). The victory of Charles XII's Army over the Russian army in the Battle of Narva, November 1700. Engraving, 1701. Pieter Schenk (1645-1708).
The Battle of Lesnaya. 1717. Jean-Marc Nattier (16851766). The Battle of Lesnaya. 1717. Jean-Marc Nattier (16851766).


The Handing Over of the Keys to the City of Leipzig to King Charles XII. Engraving on copper. 18th century. 
Unknown artist.  The Handing Over of the Keys to the City of Leipzig to King Charles XII. Engraving on copper. 18th century. Unknown artist.

Charles XII with the Duke of Marlborough. 1887. Henry Edward Doyle (1827-1892). Charles XII with the Duke of Marlborough. 1887. Henry Edward Doyle (1827-1892).

Offical Lunch after the Signing of the Treaty of Altranstadt on December 7, 1706. Engraving on copper, date unknown. 
Unknown artist. Offical Lunch after the Signing of the Treaty of Altranstadt on December 7, 1706. Unknown artist. Engraving on copper, date unknown.
The Battle of Gangut July 27, 1714. 1877. Aleksey Bogolyubov (18241896). The Battle of Gangut, July 27, 1714. 1877. Aleksey Bogolyubov (18241896).

The Battle of Gangut July 25-27, 1714.  1721. Aleksey Zubov (1682-1751). The Battle of Gangut, July 27, 1714. 1721. Aleksey Zubov (1682-1751).

Ceremonial Entry of  the Russian Troops into Moscow on December 21, 1709, after their Victory in the Battle of Poltava. 
Engraving, 1711. Aleksey Zubov (1682-1751). Ceremonial Entry of the Russian Troops to Moscow on December 21, 1709 after their Victory in the Battle of Poltava. Engraving, 1711. Aleksey Zubov (1682-1751).
View of St. Petersburg.  Engraving, 1716. Alexey Zubov (1682-1751). View of St. Petersburg. Engraving, 1716. Alexey Zubov (1682-1751).

Triumphal Entry of the Captured Swedish Warships into St. Petersburg Harbor on September 9, 
1714, after Victory in the Battle of Gangut. Engraving, 1714. Alexey Zubov (1682-1751). Triumphal Entry of the Captured Swedish Warships into St. Petersburg Harbor on September 9, 1714, after Victory in the Battle of Gangut. Engraving, 1714. Alexey Zubov (1682-1751).
The Tre Kronor (Three Crowns) Castle in Stockholm. View from Slottsbacken Square, 
 1661. Govert Camphuysen (1623-1672). The Tre Kronor (Three Crowns) Castle in Stockholm. View from Slottsbacken Square. 1661. Govert Camphuysen (1623-1672).

Skeppsholmen and Blasieholmen, Stockholm. View from east towards Blasieholmen with Kastellholmen in the foreground. 
 Circa 1700. Unknown artist. Skeppsholmen and Blasieholmen, Stockholm. View from east towards Blasieholmen with Kastellholmen in the foreground. Circa 1700. Unknown artist.
Map of St. Petersburg. Water-colour, 1711. Paul Besun (?). Map of St. Petersburg. Water-colour, 1711. Paul Besun (?).


Funeral of Charles XII of Sweden. Copper engraving, date unknown. Unknown artist. Funeral of Charles XII of Sweden. Copper engraving, date unknown. Unknown artist.

Signing of the Treaty of Nystadt on August 20, 1721. Etching, 1721. Pieter (Petrus) Schenck (1645-1725). Signing of the Treaty of Nystadt on August 20, 1721. Etching, 1721. Pieter (Petrus) Schenck (1645-1725).

The Fortress of Poltava in 1712. Paper, pencil. 2015. Viktor Babenko. The Fortress of Poltava in 1712. Paper, pencil. 2015. Viktor Babenko.
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