The Romanov Dynasty

The Romanov rule dates back to 1613 when the first Tsar, Michael Romanov, ascended the Russian throne. Elected to rule at age sixteen, Tsar Michael I began a dynasty that would rule for more than three centuries. It ended on 15 March 1917, when Nicholas II was forced to abdicate after 23 years. Nicholas II and his immediate family were executed by the Bolsheviks (17 July 1918) at Yekaterinburg. This was the end of the Romanov dynasty - one of the most influential families in Russia
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Grand Duchesses Tatiana and Olga of Russia

Grand Duchesses Tatiana and Olga of Russia

Grand Duchess Maria Pavlovna and her first husband in costumes

Grand Duchess Maria Pavlovna and her first husband in costumes

Grand Duchesses Olga and Tatiana. The two oldest children of Tsar Nicholas of Russia and Alexandra Feodorovna

Grand Duchesses Olga and Tatiana. The two oldest children of Tsar Nicholas of Russia and Alexandra Feodorovna

Tsarevich Alexei Nikolaevich with his father Nicholas II of Russia

Tsarevich Alexei Nikolaevich with his father Nicholas II of Russia

Russian Grand Duke Nicholas Nikolaievich, nephew of Alexander II

Russian Grand Duke Nicholas Nikolaievich, nephew of Alexander II

Bust of Grand Duchess Natalia Alexeievna, first wife of the future Emperor Paul I of Russia

Bust of Grand Duchess Natalia Alexeievna, first wife of the future Emperor Paul I of Russia

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