Imperial russia

Step back in time and immerse yourself in the grandeur of Imperial Russia. Discover the fascinating history, opulent palaces, and iconic landmarks that defined this extraordinary era.
What happened to the magnificent Romanov palaces after the 1917 Revolution? - Russia Beyond Nature, Russian Palace, Russian Royal Family, Russian Palaces, Romanov Palace, Filipino Clothing, Maria Feodorovna, Royal History, Summer Houses

The Russian royal family had numerous palaces, mansions and dachas (summer houses) throughout Russia (and what is now, in some cases, abroad) and many of them are veritable architectural masterpieces. After the change in government, all of them were nationalized into state property, but there are still some you cannot get into.

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Maria Feodorovna, Tsarina of all the Russias, Patron of the Impoverished Nobility - Nobility and Analogous Traditional Elites. This school forcibly closed due to the advent of the Russian Revolution & Marxist Dialectical Materialism with the rise of the Bolshevik 'communists', 1917. Maria Feodorovna, Russian Revolution, Russian History, Getty Museum, Imperial Russia, Interesting History, Edwardian Era, Dance Class, Belle Epoque

Maria Feodorovna, Tsarina of all the Russias, was born princess of Württemberg on October 25, 1758. She was the second wife of Tsar Paul I, who fought against Napoleon Bonaparte, when the latter began to expand the egalitarian tenets of the French Revolution militarily to the rest of Europe. Among her numerous accomplishments, Tsarina Maria […]

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Photographs of The Romanovs' Final Ball In Color, St Petersburg, Russia 1903 - Flashbak Nicolas Ii, Russian Clothing, Alexandra Feodorovna, Winter Palace, Colorized Photos, Costume Ball, Masquerade Costumes, Russian History, Japon Illustration

These portrait photographs of Russia’s ruling Romanovs were taken in 1903 at the Winter Palace in majestic. St. Petersburg. Knowing what was to follow, the venue was apposite. St Petersburg is the city Christopher Hitchens called “an apparent temple of civilization: the polished window between Russia and Europe… the scene of near-continuous murder, massacre, … Continue reading "Photographs of The Romanovs’ Final Ball In Color, St Petersburg, Russia 1903"

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