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Nicholas + Alexandra by GuddiPoland on DeviantArt Tsar Nicholas II Romanov of Russia, 1868-1918, with his wife, tsarina Alexandra Feodorovna Romanova, 1872-1918, on board their yacht 'Standart'.

Nicholas + Alexandra by GuddiPoland on DeviantArt Tsar Nicholas II Romanov of Russia, with his wife, tsarina Alexandra Feodorovna Romanova, on board their yacht 'Standart'.

Alexandra Feodorovna Romanova  on the balcony of lower Dacha-Aleksandria-Peterhof, 1914

Alexandra Feodorovna Romanova on the balcony of lower Dacha-Aleksandria-Peterhof, 1914

Romanov Collection of Family Albums  Emperor, Empress in rain gear with three daughters.

Tsar Nicholas ll of Russia,Empress Alexandra Feodorovna of Russia with Grand Duchesses Olga,Maria Tatiana on the Standart.

Tsar Nicholas II of Russia recovering from Typhoid fever in 1901, taken in Livadia, Crimea. His illness had been an immense toll on his third daughter, Maria. The Grand Duchess was only two years old and she missed her father quite terribly. The little one was seen kissing a miniature portrait of her father, when the Tsar was down with the fever.

romanovillage: “ Tsar Nicholas II of Russia recovering from Typhoid fever in taken in Livadia, Crimea. His illness had been an immense toll on his third daughter, Maria. The Grand Duchess was.

Tatiana Romanov

This beautiful photograph of the Russian Grand Duchess Tatiana Nikolaevna was taken in 1912 and is from the Beinecke Library (Romanov Collection, General Collection, Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library, Yale University).

Nikolay II and Alix walking on so called Czar's Road ~ Czar's or Sun's Road was a 7-km healthy walking road or terrainkur, starting from Livadia Palace, Nikolay II's residence in Crimea. Interesting, that Nikolay II who was known as a fanatic of cars restricted their appearance in Crimea within 10 years, until 1911~

Tsar Nicholas ll of Russia with Empress Alexandra Feodorovna of Russia walking on Czar's Rd (or Sun's Rd),a walking road or terrainkur,starting from Livadia Palace.

Alix (the future Empress Alexandra Feodorovna of Russia) as a 13-year-old girl at her aunt Beatrice’s wedding, 1885.

Princess Alix of Hesse at 13 years of age (at her Aunt Beatrice’s wedding), 1885

Alexandra is wearing the tiara from a sapphire parure made by Friedrich Koechli and given to her by Tsar Alexander III and Tsarina Marie Feodorovna. Intertwined scrolls in which 16 sapphires are set mounted in gold; the diamonds are mounted in silver and linked with gold.

The Kochli Sapphire Tiara (Russian, whereabouts unknown) Given To Alexandra Feodorova by her parents-in-law. Their son was Nicholas ll. (the pic is black and white, the sapphires are blue)

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