Фонд 381, ед.хр.805. ; Treaty of the Pruth: Azov and area is ceded back to the Ottoman Empire. Wikisource has original text related to this article: All rights reserved. It was concluded between the Tsardom of Russia and the Swedish Empire on 10 September [O.S. Lit. Treaty of Nystad, 30 August 1721 - Treaty that finally ended the Great Northern War by making peace between Sweden and Russia. During the war Peter I of Russia had occupied all Swedish possessions on the eastern Baltic coast: Swedish Ingria (where he began to build the soon-to-be new Russian capital of St. Petersburg in 1703), Swedish Estonia and Swedish Livonia (which had capitulated in 1710), and Finland. It has marked the end of the Northern war of 1700-1721. It was signed at Nystad in south-west Finland. On August 30 (September 10), 1721 in the town of Nystad (Finland) the Russian-Sweden treaty was signed. ; Treaties of Stockholm: Prussia gains parts of Swedish Pomerania; Hanover gains Bremen-Verden. The Treaty enshrined the rights of the German Baltic nobility within Estonia and Livonia to maintain their financial system, their existing customs border, their self-government, their Lutheran religion, and the German language; this special position in the Russian Empire was reconfirmed by all Russian Tsars from Peter the Great (reigned 1682-1725) to Alexander II[3] (reigned 1855-1881). Treaty of Preobrazhenskoye between Peter I and Augustus II concluded // 21 November 1699; Naval Victories of Russian Fleet at Cape of Gangut and Grengam // 7 August; Nyenschantz Swedish fortress seized by Russian troops // 12 May 1703; Russian armies captured the fortress of Vyborg // 24 June 1710. РГАДА. Treaty effects: pre-war Sweden in yellow, Russia in green, Russian gains indicated by lines. Under this treaty Sweden recognized Peter I's title to Estonia, Livonia, Ingria, Kexholm, and part of Finland and so lost its Baltic empire. Ништадтский мир. Any edition. ; Treaty of Frederiksborg: Holstein–Gottorp loses its part of the Duchy of Schleswig to Denmark. According to the treaty Russia received Livonia (with Riga), Estland (with Revel and Narva), a part of Karelia, Ingermanland (the land of Izhora) and other territories. Treaty of Nystad. Wikimedia Commons has media related to Treaty of Nystad. [4] The district also houses a church commemorating the first Russian victory in the Great Northern war, the Battle of Poltava – St. Sampsonius' Cathedral. Enter the password that accompanies your username. Thus the main geopolitical problem that Russia had from XV century was solved – it obtained a free access to Baltic Sea. see Northern War. Л.6. From:  М., 1959. Treaty of Nystad. It was concluded between the Tsardom of Russia and the Swedish Empire on 10 September [O.S. Ништадтский мирный договор между Россией и Швецией, 30 августа 1721 г. By the Treaty of Nystad (September 10, 1721), which concluded the war between Sweden and Russia, Sweden ceded Ingria, Estonia, Livonia, and a strip of Finnish Karelia to Russia. It shifted the balance of power in the Baltic region from Sweden to Russia. History, View all related items in Oxford Reference », Search for: 'Treaty of Nystad' in Oxford Reference ». The overse of an Fe- medal 1721 by the Danish medallist Anton Schultz. Sweden had settled with the other parties in Stockholm (1719 and 1720) and in Frederiksborg (1720). All Rights Reserved. The Treaty of Nystad (Russian: Ништадтский мир, Finnish: Uudenkaupungin rauha, Swedish: Freden i Nystad, Estonian: Uusikaupunki rahu) was the last peace treaty of the Great Northern War of 1700–1721. A Dictionary of World History », Subjects: : Ништадтский мирный договор между Россией и Швецией [Электронный ресурс] // Исторический факультет Московского государственного университета. It has marked the end of the Northern war of 1700-1721. The last peace treaty of the Great Northern War of 1700–1721. Treaty of Nystad to end the Great Northern War by Peter the Great. It was concluded between the Tsardom of Russia and the Swedish Empire on 10 September [O.S. : Ништадтский мирный договор между Россией и Швецией [Электронный ресурс] // Исторический факультет Московского государственного университета. Ништадтский мир. It was signed at Nystad in south-west Finland. Owing to this achievement naval powers started to depend on Russia both in arms and commerce, and supplies of materials for shipbuilding. М., 1959. For these acquisitions Russia paid Sweden the indemnity of 2 million efimok (Russian silver ruble), returned Finland occupied by Russian troops and gave it the right to export from Russia free of duty the bread for the sum of 50 thousand rubles every year. Lit. Map of A map of Europe in 1721 after the Treaty of Utrecht ending the War of the Spanish Succession, and the Treaty of Nystad ending the Great Northern War between Sweden and the Russians and Danes. The Treaty of Nystad (Russian: Ништадтский мир; Finnish: Uudenkaupungin rauha; Swedish: Freden i Nystad; Estonian: Uusikaupunki rahu) was the last peace treaty of the Great Northern War of 1700–1721. In Nystad, King Frederick I of Sweden formally recognized the transfer of Estonia, Livonia, Ingria, and Southeast Finland (Kexholmslän and part of Karelian Isthmus) to Russia in exchange for two million silver thaler, while Russia returned the bulk of Finland to Swedish rule.[1][2]. According to the treaty Russia received Livonia (with Riga), Estland (with Revel and Narva), a part of Karelia, Ingermanland (the land of Izhora) and other territories.