Grand Duchess Anastasia in a gold embroidered Russian court dress.

Grand Duchess Anastasia in a gold embroidered Russian court dress.

The Jordan Staircase of the Winter Palace, St. Petersburg, Russia by unknown photographer.

The Jordan Staircase of the Winter Palace, St. Petersburg, Russia by unknown photographer.

Romanov Tsars

Romanov Tsars

Kolomenskoïe, the ancient summer residence of the Princes of Moscow and the  Tsars of Russia.

Kolomenskoïe, the ancient summer residence of the Princes of Moscow and the Tsars of Russia.

Imperial Czarevitch Easter Egg, Peter Carl Fabergé.  Lapis Lazuli, gold, diamonds, Platinum or silver.

Imperial Czarevitch Easter Egg, Peter Carl Fabergé. Lapis Lazuli, gold, diamonds, Platinum or silver.

The Moscow Kremlin Egg (or Uspenski Cathedral Egg)  Date	1906  Presented by Nicholas II to Czarina Alexandra Fyodorovna'  beyond amazing

The Moscow Kremlin Egg (or Uspenski Cathedral Egg) Date 1906 Presented by Nicholas II to Czarina Alexandra Fyodorovna' beyond amazing

Russian soldiers with a "Katiuscia" also called "Stalin's organ" multiple rocket launcher. Russia WW II

Russian soldiers with a "Katiuscia" also called "Stalin's organ" multiple rocket launcher. Russia WW II

Alexei Romanov with his spaniel Joy. Joy was spared the execution of his master and was later rescued by soldiers of the White army. He was eventually taken to England.

Alexei Romanov with his spaniel Joy. Joy was spared the execution of his master and was later rescued by soldiers of the White army. He was eventually taken to England.

Alexandra Feodorovna was the Czarina of Russia and wife of Nicholas II. Born as a princess of the German Empire, she was unpopular in Russia, due to political tensions between the two nations. Yet Nicholas and Alix had fallen in love, and after the death of Czar Alexander III, became in engaged in 1894. Together, the ruling couple would have five children, four females and one male.

Alexandra Feodorovna was the Czarina of Russia and wife of Nicholas II. Born as a princess of the German Empire, she was unpopular in Russia, due to political tensions between the two nations. Yet Nicholas and Alix had fallen in love, and after the death of Czar Alexander III, became in engaged in 1894. Together, the ruling couple would have five children, four females and one male.

Death of the Empire by Karpenko

Death of the Empire by Karpenko

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