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A Russian postcard depicts the last tsar and tsaritsa together.

Newly-crowned- Romanov Emperor Nicholas II and Empress Alexandra Fyodorovna. Date: 1896

Final resting place of Grand Duchess Olga Alexandrovna Romanov, sister of Tsar Nicholas II, in the Russian Cemetery of North York (now a part of Toronto, Canada.)  Her husband had passed away two years earlier.

Final resting place of Grand Duchess Olga Alexandrovna Romanov, sister of Tsar Nicholas II, in the Russian Cemetery of North York (now a part of Toronto, Canada.) Her husband had passed away two years earlier.

Zarin Alexandra Feodorowna von Russland, nee Princess of Hesse-Darmstadt by Miss Mertens, via Flickr

Zarin Alexandra Feodorowna von Russland, nee Princess of Hesse-Darmstadt by Miss Mertens, via Flickr

Alexei Nikolaevich (Russian: Алексе́й Никола́евич) (12 August 1904 — 17 July 1918) with his parents

Tsarevich Alexei,Tsarina Alexandra & Tsar Nicholas II of Russia

Russian State Imperial flag, 1895 shown at the exhibition dedicated to the 400th Anniversary of the Romanovs. The exhibition took place in Moscow Kremlin in September, 2013

Russian State Imperial flag, 1895 shown at the exhibition dedicated to the Anniversary of the Romanovs. The exhibition took place in Moscow Kremlin in September, 2013

Mathilde Kchessinska, Imperial Russian Ballerina and mistress to Czar Nicholas II and other members of the Romanov family.

Mathilde Kschessinska August 1872 – 6 December was a Russian ballerina from a family of Polish origin. She eventually attained the highest rank, that of prima ballerina assoluta. She was also a mistress of the future Tsar Nicholas II of Russia.

Tsarevitch Nicholas of Russia and Princess Alix of Hesse

Photograph of Tsesarevich Nicholas later Nicholas II, and Princess Alix of Hesse later Alexandra Feodorovna. Nicholas is standing to.

Peter and Paul Cathedral in St. Petersburg, Russia. The cathedral houses the remains of almost all the Russian Emperors and Empresses from Peter the Great to Nicholas II and his family who were finally laid to rest in July 1998. Also buried here was Catherine the Great, Empress of Russia for 34 years.

The cathedral is dedicated to Saints Peter and Paul, the patron saints of the fortress (Saint Peter being the patron saint of the city). The current cathedral is the second one on the site

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