At about 8 p.m. dozens of masked men stormed the Moskva Hotel in the Crimean capital of Simferopol.
It stands upon a vast plain through which winds the Moskva River, from which the city derives its name.
I should like to start from the Moskva River and ride round the whole position.
The Konstantinovitch submitted, and the grand princely dignity returned to the House of Moskva.
Half an hour later they were all three walking along the bank of the Moskva.
At last we found the brutes entrenched on the banks of the Moskva.
Shortly after his return to Moskva, his cousin of Tver was summoned to present himself at the Horde.
While Moskva was thus threatened with a double attack, a mysterious and appalling tragedy had happened at Ouglitch.
The loyalty of Moskva brought him through many vicissitudes, and the tables were turned more than once upon his hostile relatives.
In 1389 Moskva mourned her prince, Dimitri Donskoi, who died while yet in his prime.