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Grand Duchess Olga, Tsarevich Alexei, Grand Duchesses Tatiana, Maria, & Tsar Nicholas II. Dr Yevegneii Botkin who was later murdered with the Imperial family stands behind the Tsar.

: Tsar Nicholas II with daughters, Gdss Tatiana, Anastasia and Olga Nicholaevna.

変わらぬようでぜんぜん違う異国「1958年の日本

Charming hostesses waiting ...for you, 1958 by Marc Riboud

Romanovs and Imperial Russia Calendar Dating From 1910

アナスタシアニコラーエワ,Nikolaevna Romanova,家族ロマノフ,ロマノフ秒,ロマノフロシア,ロイヤルティの写真,オートクチュール,Anastasia Romanova,Anastasia Nikolaeva

Princess Olga, Russia, early 10th century

Marie Antoinette

Tsar Nicholas II and his children circa 1913 (most likely in Sevastopol)

1925

As the jeweller du jour in Imperial Russia, the tradition of giving Faberge as a gift dates back more than 130 years

Princess Alix of Hesse pictured wearing the most expensive item ever sold by the House of Fabergé, a long pearl sautoir, given in 1894 by Tsar Alexander III and his wife to Princess Alix on the occasion of her engagement to their son, Tsarevitch Nicholas. It cost the Tsar 250,000 roubles - the equivalent of approximately £22.5 million today.