Which European kingdom other than Russia used the title "tsar" for its monarchs?

Poland
Finland
Bulgaria
Romania
The title Tsar in slavic lan­guages is derived from the Latin title for the Roman em­per­ors, Caesar. It was first used in Bulgaria from 10th to 15th century, and in Serbia (in 14th cen­tu­ry). Later, it was used in Russia - Ivan IV was the first to use it in 1547.

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Poland
Finland
Bulgaria
Romania
answers
flagFinland
3%
0%
96%
0%
30
flagthe United Arab Emirates
0%
3%
88%
7%
27
flagSpain
0%
0%
87%
8%
47
flagFrance
1%
3%
84%
10%
58
flagGermany
2%
3%
82%
10%
264
flagCzech Republic
13%
3%
80%
3%
30
flagCanada
6%
2%
79%
9%
43
flagItaly
2%
8%
77%
12%
48
flagSweden
2%
5%
77%
14%
35
flagPoland
3%
4%
75%
16%
19752
flagthe Netherlands
2%
4%
75%
15%
70
flagUkraine
12%
0%
75%
12%
48
flagthe United Kingdom
3%
4%
74%
16%
509
flagUnknown
2%
5%
70%
20%
1172
flagthe United States
10%
4%
67%
16%
273
flagRussia
14%
5%
64%
11%
95
flagAustria
3%
9%
58%
29%
31
flagNorway
12%
4%
56%
28%
25
flagRepublic of Ireland
0%
7%
54%
37%
51
flagIndia
16%
8%
48%
24%
37

Gender

men76%
women71%
Poland
2%
3%
Finland
4%
4%
Bulgaria
76%
71%
Romania
16%
20%

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