Grozny (disambiguation)


Grozny (disambiguation)

Grozny may refer to:
*Grozny, a city in Russia; capital of the Chechen Republic
*Ivan the Terrible ("Grozny") (1530–1584), Grand Prince of Moscow (1533–1547) and the Tsar of Russia (1547–1584)
*Grozny Group, a volcano on the Kuril Islands, Russia
*Grozny, Pobedenskoye Rural Settlement, Maykopsky District, Republic of Adygea, a village ("khutor") in Pobedenskoye Rural Settlement of Maykopsky District of the Republic of Adygea, Russia
*Grozny, Kirovskoye Rural Settlement, Maykopsky District, Republic of Adygea, a village ("khutor") in Kirovskoye Rural Settlement of Maykopsky District of the Republic of Adygea, Russia


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