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Spilled Blood Church, Russia

This woman is from the Khunty tribe. An endangered indigenous people who live in Russia. Their clothing is beautiful. I have always dreamed of visiting this region of Russia.

Far eastern Russia. Kamchatka Valley of Geysers.

Moscow

Cat I of Russia

Feodor Vassilyev (c. 1707[1]-1782) was a peasant from Shuya, Russia. His first wife, Mrs. Vassilyev sets the record for most children birthed by a single woman. She gave birth to a total of 69 children; however, few other details are known of her life, such as her date of birth or death. She gave birth to 16 pairs of twins, 7 sets of triplets and 4 sets of quadruplets between 1725 and 1765, in a total of 27 births. 67 of the 69 children born are said to have survived infancy

Peter I. The Great.

Catherine I of Russia

Catherine I of Russia - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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Romanov Dynasty, 1613-1917

The History Notes: Genealogy

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Mother and Daughter: Tsaritsa Alexandra and Grand Duchess Maria In 1910, her fourteen-year-old sister Olga persuaded ten-year-old Maria to write their mother a letter asking that Olga be given her own room and be allowed to let down her dresses. Maria tried to persuade her mother that it was her own idea to write the letter.

Alexandra and Alexei

Princess Elisabeth (“Ella” or Elizaveta Feodorovna) with her mother, Princess Alice of Hesse, 1864.

Catherine the Great Emerald and Diamond Earrings

Imperial children were taught arithmetics, geography, history and religion, from languages they had to know Russian, English and French and the two elder girls knew a little German, but spoke it with difficulty. The younger ones and the Tsarevich did not know it at all. The language situation within the Imperial family was such that the Grand Duchesses spoke English to their mother and Russian to their father and brother. They used both and also French among themselves.

The girls were usually dressed all alike, sometimes the Big pair wore one colour and the younger girls another one, clothing being chosen by their mother and the clothes outgrown by the elders were handed down to the younger girls. According to the tradition the girls didn´t wear long skirts until they were 16, when they were considered adults. At that age they also could cut off their long hair and choose their own dresses. The girls were usually dressed in a simple English fashion.

A seventeen-year-old Alexandra (then simply Alix) in 1889, five years before she became engaged to Nicholas.

First cousins, the future Tsar Nicholas and King George V

Grand Duchesses Tatiana and Olga with their Mother Empress Alexandra

St. Panteleimon, Kiev, Ukraine

Russian Orthodox Church, Kenai, AK with Northern Lights.

Somewhere in Russia

Russia- love how rustic this looks.

Russian Christmas videos.

Mormons in Russia! This article is saweet.

LDS Church in Russia. Spreadin the good word!!