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Maria Feodorovna, Imperatriz da Rússia com seus três filhos mais velhos Czarevich Nicolau, mais tarde, Nicholas II, Grão-Duque George Alexandrovich e Grã-Duquesa Xenia Alexandrovna. Maria Feodorovna está sentado no centro do grupo com a grã-duquesa Xenia em pé ao lado dela para a esquerda. Czarevich Nicholas está de pé para o lado esquerdo e Grão-duque George para a extrema direita. Ambos estão vestindo ternos de marinheiro. Um cão está deitado no chão na frente. Cerca de 1883.

Maria Feodorovna, Imperatriz da Rússia com seus três filhos mais velhos Czarevich Nicolau, mais tarde, Nicholas II, Grão-Duque George Alexandrovich e Grã-Duquesa Xenia Alexandrovna. Maria Feodorovna está sentado no centro do grupo com a grã-duquesa Xenia em pé ao lado dela para a esquerda. Czarevich Nicholas está de pé para o lado esquerdo e Grão-duque George para a extrema direita. Ambos estão vestindo ternos de marinheiro. Um cão está deitado no chão na frente. Cerca de 1883.

Tsar Alexander III enjoyed simple joys of life and physical activity.For example in winter he would help build snow fortresses with his children and their teachers.He will hide in an upstair floor window and dunk people with water as they walk passed.In this photo are the Tsar Alexander lll of Russia,Grand Duke Mikhail Alexandrovich Romanov of Russia,Marc-Ferdinand Thormeyer (French tutor) and Charles Heath (English tutor). "AL"

Tsar Alexander III enjoyed simple joys of life and physical activity.For example in winter he would help build snow fortresses with his children and their teachers.He will hide in an upstair floor window and dunk people with water as they walk passed.In this photo are the Tsar Alexander lll of Russia,Grand Duke Mikhail Alexandrovich Romanov of Russia,Marc-Ferdinand Thormeyer (French tutor) and Charles Heath (English tutor). "AL"

Family of Grand Duke Konstantin Nikolaevich Romanov (Constantine Nikolayevich) (21 Sept 1827-25 Jan 1892) Russia & &1848 wife Princess Alexandra Iosifovna (Alexandra Friederike Henriette) (1830-1911) Saxe-Altenburg, Germany.  Konstantin Nikolaevich was the 8th child of Tsar Nicholas I Pavlovich Romanov (6 Jul 1796- 2 Mar 1855) Russia & wife Princess Charlotte (Frederica Louise Charlotte Wilhelmina) (Alexandra Feodorovna) (13 Jul 1798-1 Nov 1860) Prussia.

Family of Grand Duke Konstantin Nikolaevich Romanov (Constantine Nikolayevich) (21 Sept 1827-25 Jan 1892) Russia & &1848 wife Princess Alexandra Iosifovna (Alexandra Friederike Henriette) (1830-1911) Saxe-Altenburg, Germany. Konstantin Nikolaevich was the 8th child of Tsar Nicholas I Pavlovich Romanov (6 Jul 1796- 2 Mar 1855) Russia & wife Princess Charlotte (Frederica Louise Charlotte Wilhelmina) (Alexandra Feodorovna) (13 Jul 1798-1 Nov 1860) Prussia.

Emperor Nicholas II and Empress Alexandra Feodorovna, 1899. Nicholas II & Alexandra...' Love, however low it may speak, speaks yet distinctly to the heart, love’s accent is a voice from the light of heaven, love is earnest and joyous, forbearing and vigorous. Death cannot shatter love. Love’s silence is beautiful and sweeter often than words, what love unites, no fate can separate, love will one day unite all the loving ones. ’ Alexandra’s entry in Nicholas II’s diary, November 5, 1894.

Emperor Nicholas II and Empress Alexandra Feodorovna, 1899. Nicholas II & Alexandra...' Love, however low it may speak, speaks yet distinctly to the heart, love’s accent is a voice from the light of heaven, love is earnest and joyous, forbearing and vigorous. Death cannot shatter love. Love’s silence is beautiful and sweeter often than words, what love unites, no fate can separate, love will one day unite all the loving ones. ’ Alexandra’s entry in Nicholas II’s diary, November 5, 1894.

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