Juri Dolgoruki (Russian ЮрийДолгорукий, translates Juri (= George) long hand; * 1090; † 15. May 1157 in Kiew), from the sex of the Rurikiden, son Vladimir Monomachs, was prince of Rostow. Under his rule fallsexpansion phase of the principality, in which it ran off that up to then dominant factors, in the meantime however in the fall Kiew present finally rank as the most important Russian principality. Numerous buildings of churches and attachments lively by the western Romanesque developed on its initiative. In addition it shifted that in the year 1125Prince seat from Rostow to Susdal.
1149 - 1151 and 1155 - 1157 it was in a phase of arguments within the Rurikidendynastie also large prince of Kiew. The city was at this time however already in the fall and had a part of its meaningparticularly at Nowgorod lost. Juris son Andrei Bogoljubski had obviously no interest in Kiew. It kept the large prince title, concentrated its rule otherwise however on Susdal.
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|ALTERNATIVE NAME||ЮрийДолгорукий, Juri (= George) long hand|
|SHORT DESCRIPTION||prince of Rostow|
|DATE OF BIRTH||1090|
|PLACE OF BIRTH|
|DYING DATE||15. May 1157|