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Maria Dobroniega of Kiev

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Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Maria Dobroniega of Kiev has received more than 49,573 page views. Her biography is available in 15 different languages on Wikipedia. Maria Dobroniega of Kiev is the 8,918th most popular politician, the 340th most popular biography from Ukraine and the 96th most popular Ukrainian Politician.

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Among POLITICIANS

Among politicians, Maria Dobroniega of Kiev ranks 8,918 out of 15,710Before her are Adur Narseh, Hugo von Pohl, François de Charette, Glaucias of Taulantii, Alan IV, Duke of Brittany, and William Petty, 2nd Earl of Shelburne. After her are Patrick Henry, He Long, Domenico Selvo, Eleanor of Naples, Duchess of Ferrara, Paolo Renier, and Giovanni Spadolini.

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In Ukraine

Among people born in Ukraine, Maria Dobroniega of Kiev ranks 340 out of 913Before her are Giacomo Rizzolatti (1937), Eugen Schauman (1875), Oleh Protasov (1964), Hilarion of Kiev (990), Leonid Utyosov (1895), and Lev Mekhlis (1889). After her are Yaakov Dori (1899), Ivan Puluj (1845), Pavel Rybalko (1894), Vera Kholodnaya (1893), Wilhelm Stekel (1868), and Alexander Mosolov (1900).

Among POLITICIANS In Ukraine

Among politicians born in Ukraine, Maria Dobroniega of Kiev ranks 96Before her are Rostislav I of Kiev (1110), Volodymyr Vynnychenko (1880), Grigory Petrovsky (1878), Sidney Reilly (1873), Eugen Schauman (1875), and Lev Mekhlis (1889). After her are Yaakov Dori (1899), Vera Kholodnaya (1893), Igor Sergeyev (1938), Nikolai Kibalchich (1853), Natalia Poklonskaya (1980), and Mikhail Rodzianko (1859).