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ekaterina dashkova km 0,000 - km 1,370 in serpukhov district
4) Along with a 2006 article about the attitude of Princess Ekaterina Dashkova and her contemporaries toward the system of serfdom, these works immediately took their place as groundbreaking contributions to the historiography of the Russian 18th century.
Simonton describes Ekaterina Dashkova, the "Director of the Academy of Sciences and President of the Russian Academy," whose work supported academic journals and developed the arts and sciences in Russia.
Ekaterina Dashkova was the first literary figure to base her judgements about Venice on her own personal impressions.