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  1. Princess Marie Sophie Frederikke Dagmar was born on 26 November 1847 at her parents' residence in the Yellow Mansion, an 18th-century town house at 18 Amaliegade, which is located immediately adjacent to the Amalienborg Palace complex, the principal residence of the Danish royal family in the district of Frederiksstaden in central Copenhagen.

  2. Princess Dagmar of Denmark ( Dagmar Louise Elisabeth; 23 May 1890 – 11 October 1961) was a member of the Danish royal family. She was the youngest child and fourth daughter of Frederick VIII of Denmark and his wife, Princess Louise of Sweden and Norway . Early life [ edit] Princess Dagmar's birthplace, Charlottenlund Palace, photographed in 2006

    • Jørgen Castenskjold ​(m. 1922)​
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  3. Princess Dagmar of Denmark (Dagmar Louise Elisabeth; 23 May 1890 – 11 October 1961) was a member of the Danish royal family. Read more on Wikipedia Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Princess Dagmar of Denmark has received more than 166,966 page views. Her biography is available in 21 different languages on Wikipedia (up from 18 in 2019).

  4. 31 de oct. de 2017 · October 31, 2017 Lauralee Jacks Dagmar of Denmark, Maria Alexandrovna of Russia, The Royal Women 0 (public domain) The Dowager Empress Maria Feodorovna’s life was often marked by tragedy. She was from a junior branch of Denmark royalty, who suddenly found herself as a daughter of the king. Three of her siblings became kings and queens.

    • Princess of Denmark
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    • Tsesarevna of Russia
    • Empress of Russia
    • Dowager Empress of Russia
    Painting of Princess Dagmar with her sister Princess Alexandra, from 1856
    Three sisters: Princess Dagmar, Princess Thyra and Princess Alexandra, in 1856
    Princess Dagmar with her siblings Prince Frederick, Princess Alexandra, Princess Thyra and Prince Vilhelm, in 1858
    Princess Dagmar of Denmark, in 1861
    Princess Dagmar with her fiancé Tsarevich Nicholas of Russia, in 1864
    Princess Dagmar with her fiancé Tsarevich Nicholas of Russia in 1864
    Engagement postcard with Princess Dagmar and Grand Duke Nicholas of Russia from 1864
    Princess Dagmar at the deathbed of Tsarevich Nicholas with his family
    Maria Feodorovna with her son Nicholas II of Russia
    Portrait of Maria Fedorovna by Ivan Tyurin, 1869
    Maria Feodorovna with her son Nicholas II of Russia, 1870
    Maria Fyodorovna
    Maria Fjodorovna and with Alexander III of Russiain Denmark, 1893
    Portrait of Maria Fyodorovna, born Princess Dagmar of Denmark , wife of tsar Alexander III of Russia, painted by Iwan Nikolajewitsch Kramskoj
    Maria Fyodorovna (1912?)
    left to right: Princess Victoria of the United Kingdom, Queen Alexandra of the United Kingdom, Maria Feodorovna (Dagmar of Denmark), London 1903
    God's blessing on you. The family of Alexander III of Russia before Christ, painting by Ivan Makarov
    coffin of Empress Dagmar, married to tsar Alexander III in the cathedral of Roskilde
  5. 10 de oct. de 2016 · To many non-Danes, Princess Dagmar probably means nothing. The great, great aunt of Queen Margrethe died in 1928 in her suburban Copenhagen villa and was buried in Roskilde Cathedral. On the other hand, mention Empress Maria from Disney’s animated Anastasia (as voiced by veteran star Angela Lansbury), and there may be more than a few nods of recognition.