Russian Tsars

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The Russian Tsars (Emperors) were the leaders of Russia from 1613 to 1918. The word "Tsar", also "Tzar" and "Czar", is a form of "Caesar". Tsarina is used for an empress, Tsarevna for the daughter of a Tsar of Tsarina, and Tsarevitch for a son. The Patriarchs are leaders of the Russian Orthodox Church, and acted as leaders of Russia at times.

Some of the Tsars were: