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Watercolor by Mihaly Zichy in 1895 of The Carrying-Out of the Bier of Tsar Alexander III Alexandrovich Romanov (10 Mar 1845-1 Nov 1894) Russia in Crimea. He died of kidney disease at age 49 leaving his wife Princess Dagmar-Maria Feodorovna (1847-1928) Denmark & 5 children. The oldest child became Tsar Nicholas II Alexandrovich Romanov (1868-1918) Russia.

Carrying-Out of Alexander III's Bier - Mihaly Zichy

Carrying Out of Tsar Alexander III Alexandrovich Romanov’s Mar Nov Russia. Bier (stand carrying his coffin) from the Small Palace at Livadia in Crimera by Mikhail A.

Tsarina Maria Fyodorovna, wife of Alexander III Emperor of All the Russians.  c 1895

Tsarina Maria Fyodorovna, wife of Alexander III Emperor of All the Russians.

His Majesty The Emperor Nicholas II of Russia with his mother the Dowager Empress Maria Feodorovna at the launch of the second class cruiser Pearl, 14 August 1903.

His Majesty The Emperor Nicholas II of Russia with his mother the Dowager Empress Maria Feodorovna at the launch of the second class cruiser Pearl, 14 August 1903

Alexander III, Emperor of Russia, his spouse Empress Marie Feodorovna and her sister Queen Alexandra of the UK in Copenhagen, Denmark; 1880s

Alexander III, Emperor of Russia, his spouse Empress Marie Feodorovna and her sister Queen Alexandra of the UK in Copenhagen, Denmark;

Princess Xenia Andreevna of Russia  Married: 17 June 1945 in London

Wedding of Princess Xenia Andreevna and Calhoun Ancrum London) Princess Xenia Andreevna Romanoff March 1919 – 22 October was a direct descendant of the Tsars of Russia. She was a great niece of Nicholas II, the last reigning Russian Emperor.

Maria Feodorovna, Imperatriz da Rússia com seus três filhos mais velhos Czarevich Nicolau, mais tarde, Nicholas II, Grão-Duque George Alexandrovich e Grã-Duquesa Xenia Alexandrovna. Maria Feodorovna está sentado no centro do grupo com a grã-duquesa Xenia em pé ao lado dela para a esquerda. Czarevich Nicholas está de pé para o lado esquerdo e Grão-duque George para a extrema direita. Ambos estão vestindo ternos de marinheiro. Um cão está deitado no chão na frente. Cerca de 1883.

Empress Marie Feodorovna of Russia with her children, Tsarevitch Nicholas (left), Grand Duchess Xenia and Grand Duke George,

1841 or after Alexander II and Maria Alexandrovna, by Carl Lanzedelly APFxDru 12Jan09 detint

During this Era, literacy increased rapidly and a market for popular reading matter developed. Some women gained access to higher education and to the professions. In family organization Russia lacked a middle class and capital.

Princes and Grand Duchess Maria Feodorovna (with 1881. Her Imperial Majesty, the Empress Maria Feodorovna) with son Grand Duke Nicholas Alexandrovich (with 1894., His Imperial Majesty, Emperor Nicholas Alexandrovich, Autocrat Vserossiyskiy). Paris. 1875 1877gg.

Tsarevich Nicholas Alexandrovich II, the future Emperor Nicholas II of Russia, with his mother Empress Dagmar-Marie Feodorovna.

Emperor Alexander III (1845 – 1894) of Russia with his son Grand Duke Mikhail Alexandrovich. #Russian #history #Romanov

Tsar Alexander lll of Russia with Grand Duke Mikhail Alexandrovich Romanov of Russia.A♥W This must have been taken shortly before AlexIII death.

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