Empress Alexandra Feodorovna of Russia.A♥W

Empress Alexandra Feodorovna of Russia.A♥W

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Alix of Hesse, and by Rhine later Alexandra Feodorovna Romanova (6 June 1872—17 July 1918), was Empress consort of Russia as spouse of Nicholas II, last Emperor of the Russian Empire. Born a granddaughter of Queen Victoria of the UK, she was given the name Alexandra Feodorovna upon being received into the Russian Orthodox Church, which canonized her as a Saint in 2000. She is best remembered as the last Tsarina of Russia, and as one of the most famous royal carriers of the haemophilia…

Alix of Hesse, and by Rhine later Alexandra Feodorovna Romanova (6 June 1872—17 July 1918), was Empress consort of Russia as spouse of Nicholas II, last Emperor of the Russian Empire. Born a granddaughter of Queen Victoria of the UK, she was given the name Alexandra Feodorovna upon being received into the Russian Orthodox Church, which canonized her as a Saint in 2000. She is best remembered as the last Tsarina of Russia, and as one of the most famous royal carriers of the haemophilia…

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Detail of Tuxen's painting of the marriage of Tsar Nicholas II and Alexandra Feodorovna, 26 November 1894. The marriage that began that night remained exceptionally close until the pair was assassinated simultaneously in 1918. It was a Victorian marriage, outwardly serene and proper, but based on intensely passionate physical love.The reason it started

Detail of Tuxen's painting of the marriage of Tsar Nicholas II and Alexandra Feodorovna, 26 November 1894. The marriage that began that night remained exceptionally close until the pair was assassinated simultaneously in 1918. It was a Victorian marriage, outwardly serene and proper, but based on intensely passionate physical love.The reason it started

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Alexandra Feodorovna seated in her Mauve Boudoir at the Alexander Palace, Tsarskoe Selo

Alexandra Feodorovna seated in her Mauve Boudoir at the Alexander Palace, Tsarskoe Selo

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Above: Tiara, likely created by the court jeweller Bolin for Empress Alexandra Feodorovna of Russia. Image from A. E. Fersman's catalog "Diamond Fund of the USSR," published around 1924-26, via Elena Horvathova on LiveJournal (http://eho-2013.livejournal.com/62382.html). Below: Portrait of Tsaritsa Alexandra Feodorovna, by Ilya Yefimovich Repin, Russia, 1896, Hillwood Estate, Museum & Gardens, via Wikimedia Commons. CLICK FOR LARGER IMAGES.

Above: Tiara, likely created by the court jeweller Bolin for Empress Alexandra Feodorovna of Russia. Image from A. E. Fersman's catalog "Diamond Fund of the USSR," published around 1924-26, via Elena Horvathova on LiveJournal (http://eho-2013.livejournal.com/62382.html). Below: Portrait of Tsaritsa Alexandra Feodorovna, by Ilya Yefimovich Repin, Russia, 1896, Hillwood Estate, Museum & Gardens, via Wikimedia Commons. CLICK FOR LARGER IMAGES.

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Zoom of Alix's rings. She had got no mani, as Nikolay II did not like it ~

Zoom of Alix's rings. She had got no mani, as Nikolay II did not like it ~

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Alexandra Feodorovna was the wife of Nicholas II and the last Czarina of Russis. Born as a princess of the German Empire, she was unpopular in Russia, due to political tensions between the two nations, but she and Nicholas became in engaged in 1894. The ruling couple would have five children - the entire family was executed in 1918.

Alexandra Feodorovna was the wife of Nicholas II and the last Czarina of Russis. Born as a princess of the German Empire, she was unpopular in Russia, due to political tensions between the two nations, but she and Nicholas became in engaged in 1894. The ruling couple would have five children - the entire family was executed in 1918.

Empress Alexandra Feodorovna (1872-1918) Hesse, Germany, wife of Tsar Nicholas II Romanov (1868-1918) Russia.

Empress Alexandra Feodorovna (1872-1918) Hesse, Germany, wife of Tsar Nicholas II Romanov (1868-1918) Russia.

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Charlotte von Preußen (1798–1860) – Wikipedia

Charlotte von Preußen (1798–1860) – Wikipedia

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Prinzessin Charlotte von Preußen,  nach ihrer Konversion zur russisch-orthodoxen Kirche unter dem Namen Alexandra Feodorowna bekannt

Prinzessin Charlotte von Preußen, nach ihrer Konversion zur russisch-orthodoxen Kirche unter dem Namen Alexandra Feodorowna bekannt

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