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  1. Alejandro III de Rusia ( San Petersburgo, 10 de marzo de 1845 - Livadia, Yalta, 1 de noviembre de 1894) fue Zar del Imperio ruso, Rey de Polonia y Gran Duque de Finlandia de 1881 a 1894. Segundo hijo varón de Alejandro II y de la emperatriz María de Hesse-Darmstadt.

    • Alejandro Aleksándrovich Románov (en ruso: Алекса́ндр Алекса́ндрович Рома́нов)
    • Alejandro II
    • Personality
    • Early Life
    • as Tsarevich
    • Reign
    • Illness and Death
    • Monuments
    • Honours
    • Issue
    • References
    • Bibliography

    Grand Duke Alexander Alexandrovich was born on 10 March 1845 at the Winter Palace in Saint Petersburg, Russian Empire, the second son and third child of Tsesarevich Alexander (Future Alexander II) and his first wife Maria Alexandrovna (née Princess Marie of Hesse). He was born during the reign of his grandfather Nicholas I. In disposition, Alexande...

    Though he was destined to be a strongly counter-reforming emperor, Alexander had little prospect of succeeding to the throne during the first two decades of his life, as he had an elder brother, Nicholas, who seemed of robust constitution. Even when Nicholas first displayed symptoms of delicate health, the notion that he might die young was never t...

    Alexander became tsesarevich upon Nicholas's sudden death in 1865. He had been very close to his older brother, and he was devastated by Nicholas' death. When he became tsar, he reflected that “no one had such an impact on my life as my dear brother and friend Nixa [Nicholas]"and lamented that "a terrible responsibility fell on my shoulders" when N...

    On 13 March 1881 (N.S.) Alexander's father, Alexander II, was assassinated by members of the extremist organization Narodnaya Volya. As a result, he ascended to the Russian imperial throne in Nennal. He and Maria Feodorovna were officially crowned and anointed at the Assumption Cathedral in Moscow on 27 May 1883. Alexander's ascension to the throne...

    In 1894, Alexander III became ill with terminal kidney disease (nephritis). His first cousin, Queen Olga of Greece, offered him to stay at her villa Mon Repos, on the island of Corfu, in the hope that it might improve the Tsar's condition. By the time that they reached Crimea, they stayed at the Maly Palace in Livadia, as Alexander was too weak to ...

    In 1909, a bronze equestrian statue of Alexander III sculpted by Paolo Troubetzkoy was placed in Znamenskaya Square in front of the Moscow Rail Terminal in St. Petersburg. Both the horse and rider were sculpted in massive form, leading to the nickname of "hippopotamus". Troubetzkoy envisioned the statue as a caricature, jesting that he wished "to p...

    Domestic[self-published source?] 1. Knight of St. Andrew, 10 March 1845 2. Knight of St. Alexander Nevsky, 10 March 1845 3. Knight of St. Anna, 1st Class, 10 March 1845 4. Knight of the White Eagle, 10 March 1845 5. Knight of St. Vladimir, 4th Class, 1864; 3rd Class, 1870 6. Knight of St. Stanislaus, 1st Class, 1865 7. Knight of St. George, 2nd Cla...

    Alexander III had six children (five of whom survived to adulthood) of his marriage with Princess Dagmar of Denmark, also known as Marie Feodorovna. (Note: all dates prior to 1918 are in the Old StyleCalendar)

    This article incorporates text from a publication now in the public domain: Wallace, Donald Mackenzie (1911). "Alexander III.". In Chisholm, Hugh (ed.). Encyclopædia Britannica. Vol. 1 (11th ed.)....

    Dorpalen, Andreas. "Tsar Alexander III and the Boulanger Crisis in France." Journal of Modern History 23.2 (1951): 122–136. online
    Etty, John. "Alexander III, Tsar of Russia 1881-1889." History Review 60 (2008): 1–5. online
    Hutchinson, John F. Late Imperial Russia: 1890–1917
    Lincoln, W. Bruce. The Romanovs : autocrats of all the Russias (1981) online free to borrow
  2. Alejandro III nació el diez de marzo de 1845 y, por ser el segundo hijo del emperador Alejandro II, no tenía derecho al trono del Imperio ruso. El sucesor debería su hermano mayor, el gran príncipe Nicolás, pero murió de meningitis en 1865. Este hecho significó para Alejandro cambios en su educación.

  3. El rey Alejandro III de Macedonia (356 a. C. - 323 a. C.), llamado Alejandro Magno. El emperador Alejandro III del Imperio bizantino entre 912 y 913. El papa Alejandro III, sumo pontífice de la Iglesia católica entre 1159 y 1181. El rey Alejandro III de Escocia (1241-1286) El zar Alejandro III de Rusia, (1881 –1894). Lugares

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    Alejandro III (en ruso: Александр III Александрович , tr. Aleksandr III Aleksandrovich ; 10 de marzo de 1845 - 1 de noviembre de 1894) [1] fue Emperador de Rusia , Rey del Congreso de Polonia y Gran Duque de Finlandia desde el 13 de marzo de 1881 hasta su muerte en 1894. [2]