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Königin Marie von Rumänien / Queen Marie of Romania with daughter Mignon

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Queen Marie of Romania Gallery / Princess Marie's First Photograph in Roumania, 1893

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Marie of Romania (Marie Alexandra Victoria, previously Princess Marie of Edinburgh; 29 October 1875 – 18 July was Queen consort of Romania from 1914 to as the wife of Ferdinand of Romania.

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The Crown Princess of Romania in the silver room at Cotroceni Palace (Romania).

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Queen Marie of Romania Gallery / Queen Marie of Romania Postcard

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1906 Crown Princess Marie post card from Toms Place mod

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Crown Princess Marie of Romania Queen Victoria's Granddaughter

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Queen Marie of Romania – the former Princess Marie of Edinburgh, a grand-daughter of Queen Victoria, was the first crowned head to become a Bahá'í.