Webcam Belgorod - Leisure centre Mega GRINN
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The records first mention the settlement in 1237, when the Mongol army of Batu Khan ravaged it. It is not clear whether Belgorod was on the same site as the current city. In 1596, Tsar Feodor Ioannovich ordered his restoration as one of the many forts created to protect the southern borders of Muscovy from the Crimean Tatars. In the 17th century, Belgorod repeatedly suffered from Tatar invasions, against which Russia built (from 1633 to 1740) a clay wall with twelve forts extending 200 miles (320 kilometers) from Vorsla in the west to the Don in the east, and called the Belgorod Line. In 1666, the Moscow Patriarchate created an archbishopal view in the city. After the Russian border advanced south after successful wars against the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth in the second half of the 17th century, the fortress fell into disrepair, the city became part of the Kursk province. Tsar Peter I visited Belgorod on the eve of the Battle of Poltava (1709). The Dragoon regiment had its base in the city until 1917. The modern city is a well-developed infrastructure and a large number of entertainment buildings. The entertainment center Mega Grinn today is broadcast on a web camera, the video is available online 24 hours a day absolutely free.