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  1. Princess Zinaida Nikolayevna Yusupova (Russian: Зинаи́да Никола́евна Юсу́пова; 2 September 1861 – 24 November 1939) was an Imperial Russian noblewoman, the only heiress of Russia's largest private fortune of her time.

  2. Hijo del conde Félix Félixovich Sumarókov-Elston, gobernador de Moscú y de la princesa Zinaida Yusupova (que pertenecía a la familia Yusúpov), una de las mujeres más ricas del mundo. La muerte de su hermano mayor Nicolás en un duelo lo convirtió en potencial heredero de un patrimonio inconmensurable en dinero, propiedades, joyas, objetos de arte y otros bienes.

  3. 13/10/2022 · Zinaida Yusupova junto a la Gran Duquesa Elizaveta Fyodorovna ©GettyImages Desde el inicio de la Primera Guerra Mundial, el Ejército ruso se desangraba en las trincheras. Las enormes fortunas que los aristócratas rusos, como los Yusúpov, habían ido colocando en bancos suizos, volvían voluntariamente al Imperio para contribuir a la victoria.

  4. La Triste Vida de Zinaida Yusupova, La Princesa Más Rica y Bella del Imperio Ruso. Suscríbete al canal: https://geni.us/eZcCYJQuerida por la aristocracia y ...

  5. Mikhail Rodzianko, Zinaida Yusupova (the mother of Felix Yusupov), Alexandra's sister Elisabeth, Arch Duchess Victoria and the empress's mother-in-law Maria Feodorovna also tried to influence and pressure the imperial couple to remove Rasputin from his position of influence within the imperial household, but without success.

  6. However, the path to sainthood did not go smoothly. On 20 August 1902, the papal consistory rejected adding Joan to the Calendar of saints, citing: she launched the assault on Paris on the birthday of Mary, mother of Jesus; her capture ("proof" her claim that she was sent by God was false); her attempts to escape from prison; her abjure after being threatened with death; and doubts of her purity.

  7. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › Fabergé_eggFabergé egg - Wikipedia

    Given to Zinaida Yusupova (7th princess of Yusupovs) by Felix Felixovich Sumarokov-Elston. The egg was left vaulted in Russia when the princess fled the bolshevik revolution, but it was found and sold by Russian officials.