Sanctes Petresburg

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Sanctes Petresburg (Russisc: Санкт-Петербу́рг) is Russlandes mæste burg æfter Moscoƿ, and hēo fīf þūsenda þūsenda onƿunendas. Hēo stent at Nefa Ēa mūþan and be þǣm Finnlandbyhte seo is Ōstsǣs earm. Ðēos burg is miclu hȳð for Russum for Ōstsǣs ceapunge.

Petrus I Russena Cāsere staðolede Sanctes Petresburg in 1703 and nemnede hine æfter þǣm halgan of his agnum naman. Hēo ƿæs Petres Cāseres 'Ēgþyrl mid þǣm Ƿeste'. He brōhtede his cynestōl þisse ceaster ðan hēo ƿæs eall getimbrod.

In Petres ylde betƿeen 1713 and 1728, and ēac of 1732 oð 1918 ƿæs þēos ceaster Russlandes cāserlic hēafodstōl. In 1918 fōr se leodƿeard to Moscoƿ.

Todæg is Sanctes Petresburg 'þoftscipes underþeod' in þǣm Russican rīce.

In 1914, gehƿyrfde Nicolas II Cāsere þǣre ceastre naman þe he bēo 'Petrograd' (Russisc: Петрогра́д) and in 1924 Gemōtscipe folgenas gehƿyrfde hine to Leningrad (Russisc: Ленингра́д) æfter hiera brego. In 1991 brōhtede se nīƿa leodƿeard eft his eald naman Sanctes Petresburg.