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Grand Duchess Marie Pavlovna (The Younger) with her maternal grandfather, King George I of the Hellenes

King George I of Greece and Grand Daughter,Princess Wilhelm of Sweden,neé Grand Duchess Maria Pavlovna Romanova of Russia (the younger).

Baroness Sophia Karlovna Buxhoeveden (1883 † 1956), maid of honor of the Empress. She arrived in Tobolsk just before Christmas of 1917, delayed because of an appendicitis operation. Despite the resolution, soldier ko¬mitet not made it to the Royal Prisoners. Waiting for the connection with the royal family in Tobolsk gave English lessons to the Englishwoman who had come with her. Later, he accompanied august children from Tobolsk to Ekaterinburg, where she was forcibly separated from Them…

Baroness Sophia Karlovna Buxhoeveden (1883 † 1956), maid of honor of the Empress. She arrived in Tobolsk just before Christmas of 1917, delayed because of an appendicitis operation. Despite the resolution, soldier ko¬mitet not made it to the Royal Prisoners. Waiting for the connection with the royal family in Tobolsk gave English lessons to the Englishwoman who had come with her. Later, he accompanied august children from Tobolsk to Ekaterinburg, where she was forcibly separated from Them…

Sophie Wilhelmine Henriette von Buxhoeveden (Hofdame)Baroness Sophie Buxhoeveden, was a lady in waiting to Tsarina Alexandra of Russia

Sophie Wilhelmine Henriette von Buxhoeveden (Hofdame)Baroness Sophie Buxhoeveden, was a lady in waiting to Tsarina Alexandra of Russia

Dmitri Pavlovich and Maria Pavlovna. Photo source: lastromanovs/vk

Dmitri Pavlovich and Maria Pavlovna. Photo source: lastromanovs/vk

The Monument to Catherine the Great in St. Petersburg

The Monument to Catherine the Great in St. Petersburg, Russia is a memorial to Catherine II. Become better acquainted with the beautiful monument to Empress Catherine the Great in St Petersburg, Russia.

Catherine's table

indefenseofart: “ Catherine the Great’s erotic furniture reconstructed by Cote France! Apparently, Catherine had a suite of erotic furniture made for her private boudoir—unfortunately, the originals.

Count Sergei Vasilievich Saltykov, lived c. 1726 – 1765 was a Russian officer (chamberlain) who became the first lover of Empress Catherine the Great after her arrival to Russia.

Count Sergei Vasilievich Saltykov (Russian: Сергей Василиевич Салтыков) (c. 1726 – was a Russian officer (chamberlain) who became the first lover of Empress Catherine the Great after her arrival to Russia.