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  1. Princess Olga died in Paris on 16 October 1997. She was buried alongside her husband, in a family mausoleum located in the Bois-de-Vaux Cemetery, in Lausanne, Switzerland. On 28 September 2012, the remains of Princess Olga, her husband and their son Nikola were exhumed and then transported to Belgrade, Serbia.

  2. Princess Olga Andreevna Romanoff (Russian: О́льга Андре́евна Рома́нова, romanized: Ólga Andréevna Románova; born 8 April 1950) is a Russian princess and descendant of the House of Romanov. She is the president of the Romanov Family Association

  3. St. Olga, also called Helga or Saint Olga of Kiev, (born c. 890—died 969, Kiev; feast day July 11), princess who was the first recorded female ruler in Russia and the first member of the ruling family of Kiev to adopt Christianity. She was canonized as the first Russian saint of the Orthodox Church and is the patron saint of widows and converts. Olga was the widow of Igor I, prince of Kiev ...

  4. 01/05/2022 · Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky presents the Order of Princess Olga, a Ukrainian civil decoration, to House Speaker Nancy Pelosi during a visit by a U.S. congressional delegation on April ...

  5. 24/06/2022 · En esta combinación de fotos, el arte de "Only Murders in the Building", una serie de Hulu que regresa el 28 de junio en su segunda temporada; "More Power", que se estrena el 29 de junio en ...

  6. 25/06/2022 · En esta combinación de fotos, el arte de “Only Murders in the Building”, una serie de Hulu que regresa el 28 de junio en su segunda temporada; “More Power”, que se estrena el 29 de junio ...

  7. 15/04/2022 · When news reached Princess Olga of Kiev that a neighboring tribe had killed her husband, Prince Igor, she vowed revenge. In 945, Igor, the ruler of the Kievan Rus in what is today Ukraine, Belarus, and Russia, traveled to the edges of his empire. A local tribe known as the Drevlians had stopped paying tribute. Igor demanded to know why.