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Portrait of Empress Maria Fiodorovna in a Head-Dress Decorated with Pearls - Ivan Nikolayevich Kramskoi

Виктория Федоровна в сапфировой парюре.

Виктория Федоровна в сапфировой парюре.

naotmaa (Romanov)

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Victorian child criminals

James Donneley AKA James Darley, at the age of just this young man had been in and out of prison, but on this occasion he was sentenced for 2 months for stealing some shirts.

Изображение со страницы http://russiapedia.rt.com/files/prominent-russians/the-romanov-dynasty/anastasia-romanova/anastasia-romanova_16-t.jpg.

Изображение со страницы http://russiapedia.rt.com/files/prominent-russians/the-romanov-dynasty/anastasia-romanova/anastasia-romanova_16-t.jpg.

Imperial Romanov Family

Imperial Romanov Family ---As stated on the source page this is just a noble couple not any member of the Romanov family---

Russian jewels of the 12th century. The big necklace is so called "barmy" that was the sign of nobles. Historically barmy is of Byzantium origin and came to Russia with the first embassies and brides to Russian Princes from Low Empire.

Prince and Princess Russian jewels of the century. The big necklace is so called "barmy" that was the sign of nobles. Historically barmy is of Byzantium origin and came to Russia with the first embassies and brides to Russian Princes from Low Empire.

Empress Alexandra Feodorovna of Russia (nee...

adini-nikolaevna: “Empress Alexandra Feodorovna of Russia (nee Princess Charlotte of Prussia) portrait detail.

Dutch dancer Mata Hari, born August 7, 1876.  She was executed during WWI for espionage.

Mata Hari - Margaretha Geetruida 'Margreet' Zelle was a Dutch exotic dancer, courtesan and accused spy who was executed by firing squad in France under charges of espionage for Germany during

A young Maria Fyodorovna, mother of tsar Nicholas II of Russia, posing with one of her pets

Dagmar of Denmark Empress Maria Feodorovna, mother of the future Tsar Nicholas II of Russia (Dagmar of Denmark sister of Alexandra who married king George V)

Marie Feodorovna wears The Small Imperial Crown. Her hair were pulled back in two braids laid on her shoulders as it was required by The Imperial Wedding and Coronation Minutes confirmed by Catherine II The Great. One reason of conflict between Marie and Nikolay II's wife was the fact that Marie refused to give Alix Russian Empress's Jewelry that should be worn by Empress though Nikolay II insisted on this. Later Marie gave Alix some of them but refused to give her the most valuable jewels.

The recently widowed Dowager Empress Maria Feodorovna, dressed for the coronation of her son, Tsar Nicholas II, in A rare unretou.

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