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The new warm water ports lead to the moving of the capital. Peter moved his capital to the east and by a port. The new capital was named St. Petersburg.
The ability to have these ports led to new amounts of trade. They traded to all around for food and goods. The trade industry boosted the economy for Russia.
Peter the Great wanted to be like Europe so much he forced his citizens to wear the same fashion as the Europeans.
He accomplished this by enforcing a tax on beards and changed the type of clothes his citizens could wear.
Peter the Great left a lasting impact on the Russian economy, military, and culture. He expanded the military, built a trading economy, educated his people, and changed the fashion of his people.
All these thing Peter the Great did left Russia in a golden age. His changes made Russia become a world power. Russia would stay a world power until the 1990s.
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