Princess Tatiana Konstantinovna Romanova, Nun in Jerusalem -

Princess Tatiana Konstantinovna Romanova of Russia with her two children,Prince Teymuraz Konstantinovich Bagration-Mukhransky and Princess Ekaterina Konstantinovna Bagration-Mukhranskaya.

Little Princess of Russia - Tatiana Konstantinovna Romanova of Russia  in 1891.  "AL"

Little Princess of Russia - Tatiana Konstantinovna Romanova of Russia in "AL"

Princesses Vera and Tatiana Konstantinovna Romanova of Russia.

Princess Tatiana Konstantinovna Romanova of Russia with her two children,Prince Teymuraz Konstantinovich Bagration-Mukhransky and Princess Ekaterina Konstantinovna Bagration-Mukhranskaya.

Princesa Tatiana Constantinovna, em 1910. Ela está sentada no lado direito de uma escadaria de pedra, um grande cão pulando em cima dela. Há plantas para a direita. Princess Tatiana Constantinovna. She is sitting on the right side of a stone staircase, a large dog jumping up on her. There are plants to the right.

She is sitting on the right side of a stone staircase, a large dog jumping up on her. There are plants to the right.

The grave of Mother Tamara,born Princess Tatiana Konstantinovna Romanova of…

The grave of Mother Tamara,born Princess Tatiana Konstantinovna Romanova of…

Princess Tatiana Konstantinovna Romanova of Russia as Mother Tamara.

Alexander Korochenzov was the second husband of Tatiana Constantinovna, Dowager Princess Bagration of Mukhrani. Lost her first husband Konstantin Bagration in WWI. She met Alexander, a guard of Corps and fell in love. She became a widow three years later and became Abbess Tamar (from the legendary queen of Georgia) in the Abbey of the Mount in Jerusalem, where she died

Alexander Vasiliyevich Korochentsov at the Winter Palace Masquerade Costume ball,

“Some of the noble guests at wedding of Princess Kyra Kyrilovna. The group above includes Grand Duke Dmitri Pavlovich, Princess Tatiana Konstantinovna, Princess Vera Konstantinovna and their nephew Prince Vselovod Ioannovich.

Mother Tamara, born Princess Tatiana Konstantinovna Romanova of Russia, Dowager Princess Bagration Mukhranski of Georgia.

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