Tsar Nicholas II opens the first State Duma from the Winter Palace on 23 April 1906 where he issued the 'Fundamental Laws', that gave him the title of "supreme autocrat".
Tsar Nicholas II and Empress Alexandra at the Costume Ball (1903) in the Winter Palace, St. Petersburg.
The final resting place of Tsar Nicholas II, his family, and their servants who were all assassinated in Yekaterinburg on July 17, 1918. This is in the Petropavlovsky Cathedral within the walls of the Petropavlovskaya Fortress in St. Petersburg.
GREAT GOWNS OF RUSSIAN EMPRESSES ~ The great gown of Empress Elizaveta Alexeevna, wife of Alexander I of Russia. 1810s
The Coronation of Emperor Nicholas II, May 1896. Last Tsar to win the throne of a united USSR(Russia)
King and Queen of Belgium
Alexander Palace. The last home of Czar Nicholas.
Coronation of Tsar Nicholas II of Russia, 26th May, 1896.
This painting, among several others below, depicts the coronation of the last Russian tsar and tsaritsa in Moscow.