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  1. Peter I or Peter Frederick Louis of Holstein-Gottorp was the Regent of the Duchy of Oldenburg for his incapacitated cousin William I from 1785 to 1823, and then served himself as Duke from 1823 to 1829. He also served from 1785 to 1803 as the last Lutheran Prince-Bishop of Lübeck, until that Prince-Bishopric was secularized and joined to Oldenburg. His son, Augustus, was the first Duke of Oldenburg to use the style of Grand Duke that was granted in 1815.

  2. Duke Constantine Frederick Peter of Oldenburg was a Duke of the House of Oldenburg. He was the grandfather of Duke Peter of Oldenburg as well as grandfather of Grand Duke Nicholas Nikolaevich, General of the Imperial Russian Army during World War I. His great-great grandson, Nicholas Romanov, was the President of the Romanov Family Association until his death in 2014. Peter of Oldenburg was a scholar and philanthropist. He was also noted composer of music. In 1857 he composed the music for Mariu

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    Pedro Federico Luis nació el 17 de enero de 1755 en Riesenburg. Fue el único hijo superviviente del Príncipe Jorge Luis de Holstein-Gottorp y Sofía Carlota de Schleswig-Holstein-Sonderburg-Beck[2]​

    El 6 de junio de 1781, se casó con la duquesa Federica de Wurtemberg, la segunda hija de Federico II Eugenio, duque de Wurtemberg, y su esposa, Federica Dorotea de Brandeburgo-Schwedt. Tuvieron dos hijos: Augusto (nacido en 1783) y Jorge (nacido en 1784). Federica murió por causa de complicaciones derivadas de un aborto involuntario el 24 de noviem...

    Pedro I murió el 21 de mayo de 1829 en Wiesbaden. Fue enterrado en el mausoleo ducal en el cementerio junto a la iglesia de Santa Gertrudis en Oldemburgo. Fue sucedido como Gran Duque de Oldemburgo por su hijo mayor, Pablo Federico Augusto, el primero de la Casa de Holstein-Gottorpen utilizar el estilo elevado.

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    He was born in Saint Petersburg in the Oldenburg Palace (present-day site of Saint-Petersburg State University of Culture and Arts), the only child of Duke Alexander Petrovich of Oldenburg (1844–1932) and Princess Eugenia Maximilianovna of Leuchtenberg (1845–1925). His mother was a granddaughter of Tsar Nicholas I of Russia through Nicholas's daugh...

    In 1900, he began to escort the 18-year-old Grand Duchess Olga Alexandrovna (1882–1960), the youngest daughter of the late Tsar Alexander III and younger sister to the reigning Tsar Nicholas II, to the theatre and opera. His proposal of marriage the following year came as a surprise to Olga, who later explained, "I was so taken aback that all I cou...

    In the middle of World War I, after living separately for two years, Oldenburg's marriage to Olga was annulled on 16 October 1916. Olga married Kulikovsky the following month. After the Russian Revolution, Oldenburg and his mother managed to escape Russia, and settled in France. An acquaintance, Senator A. A. Polovtsev, said Oldenburg "comes across...

    He died aged 55 in 1924 in exile in Antibes, France, and was buried in the crypt of the Russian Orthodox St. Michael the Archangel Church, Cannes.

  3. Peter I, Grand Duke o Oldenburg Peter I or Peter Friedrich Ludwig o Holstein-Gottorp ( German: Peter Friedrich Ludwig von Holstein-Gottorp) (17 Januar 1755 – 21 Mey 1829) wis the Regent o the Duchy o Oldenburg for his incapacitated cousin William I frae 1785 tae 1823, an then served himsel as Duke frae 1823–1829.