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  1. Princess Zinaida Yusupova served as lady-in-waiting to both the Empress Maria Feodorovna and later Empress Alexandra Feodorovna. She was a personal friend to Grand Duchess Elisabeth Feodorovna wife of Grand Duke Sergei Alexandrovich of Russia . [2]

  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. Desde Felipe I de Orleans, al que se considera como 'el abuelo de Europa', hasta Félix Yusúpov, que asesinó a Rasputín y precipitó la caída del zarismo. Estos 'royals' LGBT revolucionaron el ...

  4. 22/05/2022 · Namesakes: Zinaida Yusupova, a Russian imperial noblewoman, known for her beauty and lavishness – she was also the mother of Prince Felix Yusupov, who is known for murdering Rasputin. Popularity: Zinaida is common among Russian girl names.

  5. 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.

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  7. The Russian nobility (Russian: Дворянство Dvoryanstvo) arose in the 14th century and essentially governed Russia until the October Revolution of 1917. The Russian word for nobility, Dvoryanstvo (дворянство), derives from the Russian word dvor (двор), meaning the Court of a prince or duke (kniaz) and later, of the tsar. A noble was called dvoryanin (pl. dvoryane). As in ...