Throughout its existence, Narva came under the control of the Danish, the Livonians, and the Russians, until it finally came under the control of the Swedish in 1581. Due to being so out-of-the-way, around 1663, Narva complained to Sweden about not receiving enough coins. As a response, Sweden gave Narva a mint, granting them minting privileges that same year. In 1704, when the Russians began invading Swedish Estonia's area, Narva became one of the first cities conquered, and stayed under Russian power until Estonia's independence, starting in 1918.
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