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  1. Tsarevna Natalya Alexeyevna of Russia ( Russian: Наталья Алексеевна Романова; 22 August 1673 – 18 June 1716) was a Russian playwright. She was the elder daughter of Tsar Alexis and his second wife, Natalia Naryshkina, and the sister of Peter the Great .

    • 22 August 1673
    • Romanov
  2. Duchess Charlotte Christine of Brunswick-Wolfenbüttel. Religion. Russian Orthodox. Grand Duchess Natalya Alexeyevna of Russia ( Russian: Наталья Алексеевна; 21 July 1714 – 22 November 1728) was a Grand Duchess of Russia. She was the elder sister of Emperor Peter II of Russia .

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    Early years

    Born in Prenzlau, Uckermark, Brandenburg, Prussia, as the sixth child and fourth daughter of the nine children born from the Landgravial couple, Wilhelmina Louisa Augusta of Hesse-Darmstadt was brought up under the strict supervision of her mother, nicknamed "The Great Landgräfin", famed as one of the most learned women of her time and who befriended several writers and philosophers of her time, such as Goethe, Herderand other celebrities of that time. Already in her youth, Wilhelmina was dis...

    Journey to Russia and Marriage

    In 1772, Tsarevich Pavel Petrovich of Russia was 18-years-old, and his mother, Empress Catherine II, began the search for a bride for him. After a long search, two candidates remained: Sophia Dorothea of Württembergand Wilhelmina. But Sophia Dorothea was just 13-years-old, and Catherine II urgently needed an heir, so the Empress was forced to opt for one of the remaining three unmarried daughters of the Landgrave; however, this option did not please her. In a letter to her envoy, she wrote: K...


    On 29 September 1773, the wedding between Tsarevich Paul Petrovich and Natalia Alexeievna took place in the Church of the Nativity of the Most Holy Theotokos (currently Kazan Cathedral). Very soon she showed her domineering and impetuous nature: the English envoy James Harris, 1st Earl of Malmesburynoted that she "ruled her husband despotically, without even giving herself the trouble to show the least attachment to him." During the first few months of her marriage, Natalia's gaiety and spont...

    Natalia's letters to her mother, Countess Palatine Caroline of Zweibrücken, written from the Russian court between 1773 and 1774, are preserved in the Hessian State Archive (Hessisches Staatsarchiv Darmstadt) in Darmstadt, Germany. Natalia's letters to her father, Louis IX, Landgrave of Hesse-Darmstadt, also written from Russia, are preserved in th...

    H. Troyat: Catherine the Great, 1980 ISBN 0-425-05186-2
    A. Danilova: Russian emperors, German princesses. Dynastic connections, human destinies. - M .: Izografus, Eksmo-Press, 2002.
    L.N. Vasilyeva: Wives of the Russian crown. vol. II "Atlantis XXI century", 1999.
    V.G. Grigoryan: Romanovs. Biographical reference book.- AST, 2007.
  3. Tsarevna Natalya Alexeyevna of Russia was a Russian playwright. She was the elder daughter of Tsar Alexis and his second wife, Natalia Naryshkina, and the sister of Peter the Great.

  4. This is a list of those members of the Russian Imperial House who bore the title velikaia kniaginia ( Russian: великая княгиня) or velikaia knazhna ( Russian: великая княжна) (usually translated into French and English as grand duchess, but more accurately grand princess ).

  5. 3 de dic. de 2014 · Natalia Alexeevna (1714–1728) 18th-century oil portraits of women at bust length in ceremonial mantles. 18th-century three-quarter view portrait paintings of women, facing left and looking at viewer. Ermine (clothing) in art. Portrait paintings of women with hair with pearl jewellery.