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Grand Duke Nicholas Alexanderovitch of Russia, future Tsar Nicholas II

Grand Duke Nicholas Mikhailovich was born on 26 April 1859 at Tsarskoye Selo, the eldest child of the seven children of Grand Duke Michael Nicolaievich of Russia and his wife Grand Duchess Olga Feodorovna, born Princess Cecily of Baden

Alexandra wearing a fringe type of tiara.

Empress Alexandra, the last empress of Russia, wearing her famous diamond tiara which has 40000 diamonds in it. Was purchased by the english royal family after the end of the romanov dynasty


Tsar Nicholas II of Russia; his daughters Grand Duchess Tatiana, Grand Duchess Maria and Grand Duchess Anastasia. Anna Vyrubova and a sailor from Standart after playing a match of tennis

Nicholas in the Mauve Room

A painting showing Tsar Nicholas II reading St Petersburg's News. The Tsar is sitting in the Mauve Boudoir, in the favorite lilac armchair of his wife Alix. This armchair is still saved in Alexander Palace, in St Petersburg.

Empress Alexandra Feodorovna of Russia with Tsarevich Alexei

Russian Tsarevich Aleksei Romanov with his mother, Tsarina Alexandra. Soon thereafter in he would be killed by firing squad - olgasha on DeviantArt

Familia Imperial Rusia.

The Russian Imperial family. Nicholas II, his wife Alexandra and their daughters Olga, Tatiana, Maria, Anastasia

Tsarevich Nicholas Alexandrovich, the furture ill-fated Tsar Nicholas II. of Russia, last Romanov on the Imperial throne.

Tsarevich Nicholas Alexandrovich, the future ill-fated Tsar Nicholas II. of Russia, last Romanov on the Imperial throne.

Grand Duke Michael “Misha" Alexandrovich - in reality the last Tsar of Russia by a few hours. He became such upon the abdication of his brother, Tsar Nicholas II on 15 March [O.S. 2 March] 1917 - who also abdicated on behalf of his sickly son Alexei. Michael was a Tsar from the moment of his brothers abdication until his own. He was murdered by the Bolsheviks on June 13, 1918 (aged 39).

it Grand Duke Michael “Misha" Alexandrovich, Nicholas II's younger brother