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Martor ocular la sfârșitul unei dinastii: execuția Romanovilor | Historia

Martor ocular la sfârșitul unei dinastii: execuția Romanovilor | Historia

Nicolas II accompagné de son épouse Alexandra Féodorovna et du prince Alexis lors des fêtes en 1913 à Kostroma.

Nicolas II accompagné de son épouse Alexandra Féodorovna et du prince Alexis lors des fêtes en 1913 à Kostroma.

Alexei - >notice he is leaning on the chair; something he did when he did not feel well enough to stand on his own

Alexei - >notice he is leaning on the chair; something he did when he did not feel well enough to stand on his own

Various photographs of the real Anastasia, youngest daughter in the Romanov family

Various photographs of the real Anastasia, youngest daughter in the Romanov family

Champagne for Lulu: Nicholas II, Alexandra and Tsarevitch Alexeï during the tercentenary procession at Kremlin follow by Tatiana with the Grand Duke Cyrille Wladimirovitch, Maria with the Grand Duke Boris Wladimirovitch and Anastasia with the Grand Duke Dimitri Pavlovitch. (Olga and the Grand Duke Michael are cut by the footage)

Champagne for Lulu: Nicholas II, Alexandra and Tsarevitch Alexeï during the tercentenary procession at Kremlin follow by Tatiana with the Grand Duke Cyrille Wladimirovitch, Maria with the Grand Duke Boris Wladimirovitch and Anastasia with the Grand Duke Dimitri Pavlovitch. (Olga and the Grand Duke Michael are cut by the footage)

THE ROMANOV PEARL KOKOSHNIK TIARA ~ Nothing says of imperial Russia better than a giant pearl and diamond kokoshnik tiara, most frequently associated with Alexandra, the last empress of Russia. The tiara is sometimes said to date from the era of Catherine the Great. If that's true, it would make it one of the oldest tiaras that any royal family has ever owned. You can probably guess where this tiara ended up after the revolution in Russia. There's no clear answer to where this one ended up.

THE ROMANOV PEARL KOKOSHNIK TIARA ~ Nothing says of imperial Russia better than a giant pearl and diamond kokoshnik tiara, most frequently associated with Alexandra, the last empress of Russia. The tiara is sometimes said to date from the era of Catherine the Great. If that's true, it would make it one of the oldest tiaras that any royal family has ever owned. You can probably guess where this tiara ended up after the revolution in Russia. There's no clear answer to where this one ended up.

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