In addition to fighting among themselves, the foreign rulers of the country become more and more worried by the eastern neighbour, who started to increasingly look westwards. The River Narva not only separated the two political powers, but also was a border between Eastern and Western Christianity.


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The fortresses of Narva, Estonia, and Ivangorod, Russia, on the banks of River Narva.

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