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  1. 22/09/2022 · Unfortunately, in St Petersburg, back in the summer of 1917, the Russian Revolutionbroke out. Russia, now in political turmoil, was not a safe place to be but moreover, the Grand Duchess Maria Nikolaevna of Russia, along with her siblings, were struck down with measles and nearly died. Russian Imperial Family 1913.

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    • Grand Duchess of Russia
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    • President of The Academy of Arts
    • Second Marriage
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    Grand Duchess Maria Nikolaievna was born on 18 August [O.S. 6 August] 1819 in Krasnoye Selo, near Saint Petersburg. She was the second of seven surviving children and the eldest daughter. Her parents, Tsar Nicholas I of Russia and Empress Alexandra Feodorovna, born Princess Charlotte of Prussia, were devoted to each other and to their children. The...

    Grand Duchess Maria Nikolaievna was noted for her formidable personality, her wit and her strong character. Her sister Grand Duchess Olga, wrote in her girlhood diary that Maria was "hot tempered, attentive and generous towards the poor, sympathetic to good deeds, but could not bear pretense of coercion. She is a hundred times more virtuous than me...

    In 1837 King Ludwig I of Bavaria sent his nephew, Maximilian, Duke of Leuchtenberg, to take part in cavalry maneuvers in Russia. Maximilian was the only surviving son of Eugène de Beauharnais and grandson of Empress Josephine. He was handsome, well educated and interested in cultural pursuits. A year later, in October 1838, he made a second visit. ...

    On their wedding day Tsar Nicholas I decided to present Maria with her own palace. He chose a site in the centre of St. Petersburg strategically positioned opposite St. Isaac's cathedral, on the banks of the Moika river. No expense was spared in fitting it out for the young couple, specially commissioned from the architect Andrei Stackensneider and...

    Grand Duchess Maria Nikolaievna and her husband had artistic inclinations and were active in charitable and artistic causes. Maria's husband became well known as a scientist throughout Russia. He took an interest in science and studied mining technology; he was a member of the academy of Science. In 1844 Nicholas I appointed him head of the Mining ...

    Maria Nikolaievna made a second marriage in 1854, to Count Grigori Stroganov (16 June 1824 – 13 March 1879). It was a morganatic union and was kept secret while her father lived. Officially the marriage did not take place until 16 November 1856, after Nicholas I's death. Anna Tyutcheva commented, "The former tsar would have sent Masha to a convent ...

    On her death in 1876, Maria Nikolaievna's art collections were divided among her surviving children: Prince Nicholas of Leuchtenberg, his brothers Eugene and George, their sisters Princess Maria of Baden and Princess Eugenia of Oldenburg and their half-sister, countess Elena Strogonova. In 1884, her son, Nicholas Duke of Leuchtenberg, mounted an ex...

    Grand Duchess Maria Nikolaievna had seven children from her marriage to the Duke of Leuchtenberg: 1. Princess Alexandra Romanovskaja 2. Maria, Princess Romanovskaja 3. Nicholas, 4th Duke of Leuchtenberg 4. Eugenia, Princess Romanovskaja 5. Eugen, 5th Duke of Leuchtenberg 6. Prince Sergei of Leuchtenberg 7. George, 6th Duke of Leuchtenberg Grand Duc...

  2. 21/09/2022 · The state funeral of Queen Elizabeth II took place at Westminster Abbey today, on Monday 19 September. The Royal Family descended on the abbey to pay their final respects to the late monarch, the longest-reigning sovereign in British history. From the extended British royals including Prince Michel of Kent and Lady Sarah Chatto, to international ...

  3. 20/09/2022 · Royal Heirs at Prinsjesdag. September 20, 2022 ~ Saad719. Later today, the Princess of Orange will join King Willem-Alexander and Queen Máxima of the Netherlands for the annual Prinsjesdag (Prince’s Day or Budget Day) Speech to the Dutch Parliament to outline the government’s agenda for the coming session in The Hague.

  4. 21/09/2022 · Grand Duke Henri and Grand Duchess Maria Teresa, along with their three grandchildren, Princess Amalia, Prince Liam and Prince Charles went to the Parc Merveilleux in Bettembourg. The Parc Merveilleux is an amusement park just east of Bettembourg in the south of Luxembourg. This amusement park is designed for the youngest members of the family.

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