In order to receive award participants are required in the period from January 1st till January 31st 2017 to get at least 1547 points for two way contacts with the amateur radio stations from the russian oblasts: Moscow city (MA), Moscow area (MO), Arkhanleskaya (AR), Bryanskaya (BR), Vladimirskaya (VL), Vologodskaya (VO), Gomelskaya (Belorusia EU8/EV8/EW8), Kaluzhskaya (KG), Kirovskaya (KI), Kostromskaya (KS), Kurskaya (KU), Leningradskaya (LO), Lipetskaya (LP), Murmanskaya (MU), Nizhegorodskaya (NN), Novgorodskaya (NV), Orlovskaya (OR), Permskaya (PM), Pskovskaya (PS), Republic of Karelia (KL), Republic of Komi (KO), Republic of Mordovia (MD), Republic of Udmurtia (UD), Ryazanskaya (RA), Smolenskaya (SM), Sumskaya (Ukriane, URDA SU-xx), Tverskaya (TV), Tulskaya (TL), Khanty-Mansyisky Autonomous okrug (HM), Chernigovskaya (Ukraine URDA CR-xx), Yaroslavskaya (YR).
Dates of activity: between 00:00 UTC on January 1st, and 23:59 UTC on January 31st, 2017. The two-way contacts count for QSO on any HF/VHF band, any mode (CW, Phone, DIGI). Duplicated QSO count on different band and / or mode. All digital contacts (RTTY, JT65, PSK31, PSK63 etc) count for DIGI only one time per each band.
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On 16th of January, 1547 Ivan IV was granted the title of Tsar and Moscow became the capital city of Russian Kingdom till 1712.
The ceremony of coronation took place in the Cathedral of Assumption of Moscow Kremlin. The ceremony was designed by Russian Archbishop. The Archbishop laid on Ivan their symbols of Royal distinction: the life-giving tree cross, the Barma and the Monomakh. Ivan Vasilevich was anointed and then the Archbishop gave he Tsar his blessing.