27 July 2012

Question of the Day - 27 July 2012

Moscow became the capital of the Soviet Union in 1918; which city did it replace?

Moscou devint la capitale de l’Union Soviétique en 1918; quelle ville remplaça-t-il?

1 comment:

Skibbereen Eagle said...

St. Petersburg, later Leningrad, later Petrograd now St. Petersburg - named after it's builder (sic) Pytor Alexovich, Tsar of Russia. He learnt how sips were build in Holland and here in London @ Deptford Creek, which is why there is a Czar Avenue in Deptford.