Cardis, Treaty of

▪ Sweden-Russia [1661]
      (1661), peace settlement between Russia and Sweden, ending the war begun in 1656 and maintaining the territorial accords of the earlier Treaty of Stolbovo. See Stolbovo, Treaty of.

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