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Queen's wedding dress and jewellery to go on display

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Tallinn | Estonia (by Andrey Omelyanchuk)

Tallinn | Estonia (by Andrey Omelyanchuk) Blog |...

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A Gentlewoman

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A STUNNING GUEST HOUSE IN NEW ZEALAND (via Bloglovin.com )

A STUNNING GUEST HOUSE IN NEW ZEALAND (style-files.com)

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Nicholas II

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Frozen river in Vesilahti, Finland

Incredible Pics: Winter

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The Tzar Nicholas Romanov, near of the end of his life, murdered with his family in 1918

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Grand Duke Konstantin Konstantinovich Romanov of Russia in 1904.A♥W

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Romanov Dynasty

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Tsar Nicholas II and Tsarina Alexandra were a true royal love story. The young Russian royal and Alix, Princess of Hesse courted for years in opposition to their families, including Queen Victoria.

Retronaut - c.1910s: Tsar Nicholas II and the Tsarina, kissing

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New, very high quality version of this photograph of Grand Duchess Olga Nikolaevna of Russia, with her teeth clearly showing and also Uncle Ernie clearly showing.

Give my love to all who remember me

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The last Imperial House of Romanovs

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Grand Duchess Anastasia

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The Empress Marie Feodorovna - mother of the last Tsar.

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Olga and Tatiana

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The Hesse Family. Alice, daughter of Queen Victoria, her husband, Louis of Hesse and their children, including the future Duke, Ernst Ludwig, and the future Empress of Russia, Alix.

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Nicholas Alexei at the parade in Peterhof, 1911

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Olga, Tatjana, Maria und Anastasia

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OTMA : The daughters of Tsar Nicholas II OTMA was an acronym sometimes used by the four daughters of Russian emperor Nicholas II and Alexandra Feodorovna as a group nickname for themselves, built from the first letter of each girl's name in the order of their births: Olga, Tatiana, Maria, Anastasia.

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Grand Duchess Tatiana of Russia

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Emperor of Russia-On August 12, 1904, Nicholas' wife bore him their fifth child, a son, Alexei, who became Tsarevich (heir apparent). Unfortunately, the young child was afflicted with hemophilia, a disorder that prevented his blood from clotting properly. The gene was reportedly carried by Nicholas' wife, Alexandra, who had received it from Queen Victoria. Nicholas did not reveal that his son carried the illness to the public for fear of further weakening his royal house's influence in Russia.

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Tsar Alexander II of Russia. Father to Tsar Alexander III and grandfather to Tsar Nicholas II

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The Russian Czar with his son Alexei

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Tsar Nicholas II

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