The House of Romanov ( Russian: Рома́нов) was the second and last imperial dynasty to rule over Russia. It ruled from 1613 until the February Revolution took away the crown in 1917. The later history of the Imperial House is sometimes referred to as the House of Holstein-Gottorp-Romanov.
The House of Holstein-Gottorp-Romanov is an imperial dynasty which ruled Russia briefly in 1762, and again from 1796 until the end of the monarchy in 1917. A cadet branch of the House of Oldenburg, the dynasty was founded by Peter, Duke of Holstein-Gottorp who succeeded to the Russian throne in 1762 as Emperor Peter III of Russia upon the death of his maternal aunt Empress Elizabeth of Russia ...
3 de ene. de 2023 · The House of Romanov [b] (also transcribed Romanoff; Russian: Романовы, tr. Románovy, IPA: [rɐˈmanəvɨ]) was the reigning imperial house of Russia from 1613 to 1917. They achieved prominence after the Tsarina, Anastasia Romanova, was married to the First Tsar of Russia, Ivan the Terrible .
The direct male line of the Romanovs ended when Elizabeth of Russia died in 1762 leading the House of Holstein-Gottorp, a cadet branch of the German House of Oldenburg that reigned in Denmark, to ascend to the crown under Peter III. 
Holstein-Gottorp-Romanov - Wikidata Holstein-Gottorp-Romanov (Q870568) noble family House of Holstein-Gottorp-Romanov Romanov-Holstein-Gottorp Statements instance of dynasty 0 references part of House of Oldenburg 0 references House of Holstein-Gottorp 0 references coat of arms image Blason Rus Romanov-Holstein-Gottorp.svg 512 × 597; 164 KB
Wikipedia; Interpretations; Wikipedia. Grand Duke George Alexandrovich of Russia. ... imperial house = House of Holstein-Gottorp-Romanov father = Alexander III of Russia
A Casa Romanov (em russo: Дом Рома́новых, transl. Dom Romanovykh ), foi a casa imperial reinante, que governou o Império Russo por oito gerações entre 1613 e 1762. Entre 1762 e 1917, a Rússia foi governada por uma ramificação da Casa de Oldenburgo, que manteve o sobrenome Romanov, hoje ainda utilizado por seus descendentes. [ 1]