HIM Empress Marie Feodorovna of Russia. Died: October 13, 1928, aged 80. Following the funeral in Copenhagen, the Empress was interred at Roskilde Cathedral. In 2005, Queen Margarethe II of Denmark and President Vladimir Putin of Russia agreed that the Empress's remains should be returned to St. Petersburg in accordance with her wish to be interred next to her husband. She was finally interred next to her husband in in the Peter and Paul Cathedral in September 2006.

HIM Empress Marie Feodorovna of Russia. Died: October 13, 1928, aged 80. Following the funeral in Copenhagen, the Empress was interred at Roskilde Cathedral. In 2005, Queen Margarethe II of Denmark and President Vladimir Putin of Russia agreed that the Empress's remains should be returned to St. Petersburg in accordance with her wish to be interred next to her husband. She was finally interred next to her husband in in the Peter and Paul Cathedral in September 2006.

Grand Duke Alexander Alexandrovich (7.6.1869/2.5.1870) infant son of Emperor Alexander III. Alexander & Marie's 2nd child, 2nd son +younger brother of future Emperor Nicholas II. He died of meningitis in 1870. He was posthumously photographed to remember him, therefore it is likely this is the only existing photograph of Grand Duke Alexander on his bier.

Grand Duke Alexander Alexandrovich (7.6.1869/2.5.1870) infant son of Emperor Alexander III. Alexander & Marie's 2nd child, 2nd son +younger brother of future Emperor Nicholas II. He died of meningitis in 1870. He was posthumously photographed to remember him, therefore it is likely this is the only existing photograph of Grand Duke Alexander on his bier.

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).

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).

THE ROMANOVS DESCENDANTS ~ the rarest photo of family of GD Olga, the youngest sister of N II. From left to right:: Agnet ( the first wife of Tikhon, Olga's eldest son); GD Olga herself; Guriy ( the second son of Olga); Leonid ( Guriy's son); Ruth (Guriy's first wife); Xenia (Guriy's daughter); Nikolay Kulikovski ( second husband of GD Olga). The photo was taken in Ballerup, Denmark in 1945. In 1948 the family will leave for Toronto and return in Denmark only in 1961.

THE ROMANOVS DESCENDANTS ~ the rarest photo of family of GD Olga, the youngest sister of N II. From left to right:: Agnet ( the first wife of Tikhon, Olga's eldest son); GD Olga herself; Guriy ( the second son of Olga); Leonid ( Guriy's son); Ruth (Guriy's first wife); Xenia (Guriy's daughter); Nikolay Kulikovski ( second husband of GD Olga). The photo was taken in Ballerup, Denmark in 1945. In 1948 the family will leave for Toronto and return in Denmark only in 1961.

Nicholas’ father, Tsar Alexander III, a big, blustery bear of a man, married petite Princess Dagmar later Maria Feodorovna. By all reports, it was a good marriage.

Nicholas’ father, Tsar Alexander III, a big, blustery bear of a man, married petite Princess Dagmar later Maria Feodorovna. By all reports, it was a good marriage.

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The funeral of Tsar Nicholas II \\ St Catherine Chapel, St Peter and Paul Cathedral St Petersburg .\\ On 17 July 1998, eighty years to the day after their murder in the cellar of the Ipatiev House at Ekaterinburg, the earthly remains of Emperor Nicholas II, his family, Dr Botkin and the three faithful servants were finally laid to rest in St Petersburg´s Saint Peter and Paul Cathedral.

The funeral of Tsar Nicholas II \\ St Catherine Chapel, St Peter and Paul Cathedral St Petersburg .\\ On 17 July 1998, eighty years to the day after their murder in the cellar of the Ipatiev House at Ekaterinburg, the earthly remains of Emperor Nicholas II, his family, Dr Botkin and the three faithful servants were finally laid to rest in St Petersburg´s Saint Peter and Paul Cathedral.

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