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  1. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia House of Holstein-Gottorp-Romanov — the Holstein-Gottorp-Romanov were a line of the House of Oldenburg with female-line descent from the House of Romanov. The male-line descendants of the Romanov eventually died out. This line succeeded them and ruled Imperial Russia from 1762 to 1917.

  2. Holstein-Gottorp or Schleswig-Holstein-Gottorp ( pronounced [ˌʃleːsvɪç ˈhɔlʃtaɪn] ( listen)) is the historiographical name, as well as contemporary shorthand name, for the parts of the duchies of Schleswig and Holstein, also known as Ducal Holstein, that were ruled by the dukes of Schleswig-Holstein-Gottorp.

  3. Pomozite Wikipediji tako što ćete navesti validne izvore putem referenci te nakon toga možete ukloniti ovaj šablon. Dinastija Holstein-Gottorp-Romanov (zvanično Romanov) je bila ruska carska dinastija od 1762. godine do svog pada 1917. godine. Dinastija vodi porijeklo od dinastije Holstein-Gottorp i dinastije Romanov.

  4. Holstein-Gottorp-Romanov Holstein-Gottorp-Romanov (službeno dinastija Romanov ), ruska carska dinastija od 1762. do njena svrgnuća 1917. godine. Povijest dinastije Kada je 1730. godine umro ruski car Petar II., dinastija Romanov ostala je bez muških potomaka.

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    • Nijemci, Danci
    • Surname Usage
    • House of Romanov
    • House of Holstein-Gottorp-Romanov
    • Execution of Tsar and Family
    • Killing of Other Romanovs
    • Exiles
    • Romanov Family Jewelry
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    Legally, it remains unclear whether any ukase ever abolished the surname of Michael Romanov (or of his subsequent male-line descendants) after his accession to the Russian throne in 1613, although by tradition members of reigning dynasties seldom use surnames, being known instead by dynastic titles ("Tsarevich Ivan Alexeevich", "Grand Duke Nikolai ...

    The Romanovs share their origin with two dozen other Russian noble families. Their earliest common ancestor is one Andrei Kobyla, attested around 1347 as a boyar in the service of Semyon I of Moscow. Later generations assigned to Kobyla an illustrious pedigree. An 18th-century genealogy claimed that he was the son of the Old Prussian prince Glanda ...

    The Holstein-Gottorps of Russia retained the Romanov surname, emphasizing their matrilineal descent from Peter the Great, through Anna Petrovna (Peter I's elder daughter by his second wife). In 1742, Empress Elizabeth of Russia brought Anna's son, her nephew Peter of Holstein-Gottorp, to St. Petersburg and proclaimed him her heir. In time, she marr...

    Late on the night of 16 July, Nicholas, Alexandra, their five children and four servants were ordered to dress quickly and go down to the cellar of the house in which they were being held. There, the family and servants were arranged in two rows for a photograph they were told was being taken to quell rumors that they had escaped. Suddenly, a dozen...

    On 18 July 1918, the day after the killing at Yekaterinburg of the tsar and his family, members of the extended Russian imperial family met a brutal death by being killed near Alapayevsk by Bolsheviks. They included: Grand Duke Sergei Mikhailovich of Russia, Prince Ioann Konstantinovich of Russia, Prince Konstantin Konstantinovich of Russia, Prince...

    Dowager Empress Maria Fyodorovna

    In 1919, Maria Fyodorovna, widow of Alexander III, and mother of Nicholas II, managed to escape Russia aboard HMS Marlborough, which her nephew, King George V of the United Kingdom, had sent, at the urging of his own mother, Queen Alexandra, Maria's elder sister, to rescue her. After a stay in England with Queen Alexandra, she returned to her native Denmark, first living at Amalienborg Palace, with her nephew, King Christian X, and later, at Villa Hvidøre. Upon her death in 1928 her coffin wa...

    Other exiles

    Among the other exiles who managed to leave Russia, were Maria Fyodorovna's two daughters, the Grand Duchesses Xenia Alexandrovna and Olga Alexandrovna, with their husbands, Grand Duke Alexander Mikhailovich and Nikolai Kulikovsky, respectively, and their children, as well as the spouses of Xenia's elder two children and her granddaughter. Xenia remained in England, following her mother's return to Denmark, although after their mother's death Olga moved to Canada with her husband, both sister...

    Pretenders

    Since 1991, the succession to the former Russian throne has been in dispute, largely due to disagreements over the validity of dynasts' marriages. Grand Duchess Maria Vladimirovna of Russia claims to hold the title of empress in pretense with her only child, George Mikhailovich, as heir apparent. Others have argued in support of the rights of the late Prince Nicholas Romanov, whose brother Prince Dimitri Romanov was the next male heir of his branch after whom it was passed to Prince Andrew Ro...

    The collection of jewels and jewelry collected by the Romanov family during their reign are commonly referred to as the "Russian Crown Jewels" and they include official state regalia as well as personal pieces of jewelry worn by Romanov rulers and their family. After the Tsar was deposed and his family murdered, their jewels and jewelry became the ...

    Smaller coat of arms

    The centerpiece is the coat of arms of Moscow that contains the iconic Saint George the Dragon-slayerwith a blue cape (cloak) attacking golden serpent on red field. The wings of double-headed eagle contain coat of arms of following lands: Right wing 1. Tsardom of Kazan, the coat of arms of Kazan that contains black crowned Zilantwith red tongue, wings and tail on white field. 1. Tsardom of Poland, the coat of arms of Polandthat contains a crowned white eagle on a red field. 1. Tsardom of Taur...

  5. La dinastía Románov ( Рома́нов) fue la casa real gobernante en Rusia desde el siglo XVII hasta principios del siglo XX. Comenzó con la coronación de Miguel I en 1613, hijo del patriarca Filareto (primo de Teodoro I de Rusia ), y rigieron el país hasta que se abolió la monarquía como consecuencia de la revolución de febrero de 1917. 1 Índice