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  1. Grand Duchess Olga Alexandrovna of Russia ( Russian: О́льга Алекса́ндровна; 13 June [ O.S. 1 June] 1882 – 24 November 1960) was the youngest child of Emperor Alexander III of Russia and younger sister of Emperor Nicholas II . Olga was raised at the Gatchina Palace outside Saint Petersburg.

  2. 2 de jul. de 2021 · Olga was the youngest daughter of the five surviving children of Emperor Alexander III of Russia and Empress Marie Feodorovna (nee Princess Dagmar of Denmark). She grew up in the Gatchina Palace, near St. Petersburg. Olga was educated at home and had a close relationship with her father, sharing his love of the outdoors.

  3. 4 de nov. de 2017 · Olga Alexandrovna Yurievskaya (born Юрьевская) in MyHeritage family trees (Sousa Bastos deLacerda Web Site) Olga Nikolajewitsch Romow in MyHeritage family trees (Gottmanns Web Site) Olga Aleksandrovna Yurevskaya in MyHeritage family trees (Hussey Web Site) view all 29 Immediate Family Georg Nikolaus Gf. v. Merenberg husband

  4. Olga Aleksándrovna Románova (en ruso: О́льга Алекса́ндровна Рома́нова; 1 de junio jul. / 13 de junio greg. de 1882-24 de noviembre de 1960) fue la última hija del emperador Alejandro III de Rusia y la emperatriz María Fiódorovna Románova (Dagmar de Dinamarca) y hermana menor del emperador Nicolás II .

  5. 22 de dic. de 2022 · ¿Quién es la persona más famosa con apellido Yurievskaya? El Yurievskaya más famoso es Olga Alexandrovna Yurievskay. Otras personajes importantes, celebridades, actores/actriz, atletas, políticos, jugadores de apellido Yurievskaya.

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  7. 16 de oct. de 2017 · At the age of 79, Grand Duchess Olga Alexandrovna died at her friends’ apartment on Gerrard Street East, in Toronto. (Paul Gilbert/angelfire.com) On November 24, 1960, after three centuries in power, the Romanov line came to an end above a barber shop in the east end of Toronto.