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  1. El gran duque Pablo nació durante el reinado de la emperatriz Isabel, en el palacio de verano, en San Petersburgo, el 1 de octubre de 1754, siendo el único hijo de la gran duquesa Catalina, la cual da a entender en sus memorias que el padre no era su marido, el gran duque Pedro, el futuro emperador, sino su amante Serguéi Saltykov.

  2. Carlota de Mecklemburgo-Strelitz (Mirrow, 19 de mayo de 1744-Surrey, 17 de noviembre de 1818) fue una duquesa alemana de la casa de Mecklemburgo y reina consorte de Jorge III del Reino Unido Índice 1 Biografía

  3. filho de Ana Petrovna da Rússia e Carlos Frederico, Duque de Holstein-Gottorp: 16 de agosto de 1745 1 filho: 17 de julho de 1762 34 anos Catarina II 9 de junho de 1762 – 17 de novembro de 1796: 2 de maio de 1729 filha de Cristiano Augusto, Príncipe de Anhalt-Zerbst e Joana Isabel de Holstein-Gottorp: 17 de novembro de 1796 67 anos Paulo I ...

  4. Románov-Holstein-Gottorp: Padre: Pablo I de Rusia: Madre: Sofía Dorotea de Wurtemberg: Consorte: Carlota de Prusia: Hijos: Alejandro II de Rusia; María Nikoláyevna, duquesa de Leuchtenberg; Olga Nikoláyevna, reina de Württemberg; Alejandra Nikoláyevna, princesa de Hesse-Kassel; Gran duque Constantino Nikoláyevich; Gran duque Nicolás ...

  5. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › Queen_mothersQueen mother - Wikipedia

    A queen mother is a former queen, often a queen dowager, who is the mother of the reigning monarch. The term has been used in English since the early 1560s. It arises in hereditary monarchies in Europe and is also used to describe a number of similar yet distinct monarchical concepts in non-European cultures around the world.

  6. Carola of Vasa-Holstein-Gottorp (Caroline Friederike Franziska Stephanie Amalie Cäcilie; 5 August 1833 – 15 December 1907), was by birth a titular Princess of Sweden and styled Princess of Vasa as member of the House of Holstein-Gottorp, and by marriage the last Queen consort of Saxony.

  7. One of the resulting Ernestine houses, known as Saxe-Coburg-Saalfeld until 1826 and as Saxe-Coburg and Gotha after that, went on to contribute kings of Belgium (from 1831) and Bulgaria (1908–1946), as well as furnishing consorts to queens regnant of Portugal (Prince Ferdinand) and the United Kingdom (Prince Albert), and the Emperor of Mexico (Carlota of Mexico) Thus, the British and ...