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inspiringdresses:

Court Dress, late 19th Century, GreekTexmedin


Queen Olga of Greece court dress inspired by the Attica bridal dress. It has an added long train when worn in court.

inspiringdresses:

Court Dress, late 19th Century, Greek
Texmedin


Queen Olga of Greece court dress inspired by the Attica bridal dress. It has an added long train when worn in court.

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andrey-ivanoff:

The Palace Square / Дворцовая площадь

andrey-ivanoff:

The Palace Square / Дворцовая площадь

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Anonymous said: Where are you from?

I’m Portuguese.

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theprincesshelena:

Maria Feodorovna escaping the Russian Revolution.

theprincesshelena:

Maria Feodorovna escaping the Russian Revolution.

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Watercolor by Tsarevich Nicholas Alexandrovich (future Tsar Nicholas II of Russia). 1884.

Watercolor by Tsarevich Nicholas Alexandrovich (future Tsar Nicholas II of Russia). 1884.

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memory-of-the-romanovs said: Oh, I just know that justice will come and everyone will see the truth. You know that the Russians patient people.

Ok. Let’s leave at that.

Ferdinand von Haas / Ernst und Scherz.

This book was presented by Princess Alix of Hesse to Tsarevich Nicholas Alexandrovich, shortly after the announcement of their engagement.1894.

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memory-of-the-romanovs said: And the idea that the Russians want war. This is crazy! Still alive our grandfathers and grandmothers who survived the war. Blood was shed more than a million Russian people. Sometimes it seems that no one remembers the history. We all died and gave freedom in Europe when Napoleon came. So many Russian soldiers were killed in the WW1. We drove the nazis out of our country and Europe. Somebody thought at all about what would be Europe without Russians? But we are still the "aggressor". (

"Sometimes it seems that no one remembers the history." Words of wisdom indeed. But times have changed and we are making history as we speak. It’s up to us to choose what our successors will learn with the history we’re making.

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The Romanovs in captivity: Nicholas and Maria at the Alexander Park.

The Romanovs in captivity: Nicholas and Maria at the Alexander Park.

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Empress Alexandra Feodorovna’s Russian ‘workbook’. 1894-1895.

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