Elizabeth Queen of Romania. (29 December 1843 – 3 March/2 November 1916) was the Queen consort of Romania as the wife of King Carol I of Romania, widely known by her literary name of Carmen Sylva. Elisabeth was the aunt of William of Albania (sister to William, 5th Prince of Wied, father of William of Albania).

Elizabeth Queen of Romania. December 1843 – 3 November was the Queen consort of Romania as the wife of King Carol I of Romania. She was also known by her literary name of Carmen Sylva. She was a prolific writer.

King Michael of Romania

HIS MAJESTY KING MICHAEL I OF ROMANIA CELEBRATES HIS 90TH BIRTHDAY, OCTOBER 25, 2011

Maria  Queen Maria of Romania with her four eldest children Carol, Elisabeta, Maria and Nicolae.

Missy with her children by ~VelkokneznaMaria Digital Art / Photomanipulation ~VelkokneznaMaria Queen Maria of Romania with her four eldest children Carol, Elisabeta, Maria and Nicolae.

Königin Marie von Rumänien, Queen Marie of Romania | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Königin Marie von Rumänien, Queen Marie of Romania | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Princess Ileana of Romania. Early 1920s

Princess Ileana of Romania. Early After a turbulent life in Romania, Princess Ileana moved her family to America. Eventually, this sweet lady became a nun.

Her Royal Highness Princess Marie of Romania (1900-1961)

Princess Marie of Romania, nicknamed Mignon, daughter of Queen Marie (nee Princess Marie of Edinburgh) and King Ferdinand. Marie later married King Alexander I of Yugoslavia(Serbia-Montenegro-Croacia).

Prince Nicholas of Romania,son of Princess Elena and Robin Medforth-Mills, grandson of King Michael and Queen Anne.

Romanian Royal Family - Open Day at the Palace (King Michael's birthday)

DECEBALUS - the last king of Dacia (ruled 87-106 AD), famous for fighting 3 wars against the Roman Empire. Since the mid 19th Century, DECEBALUS has been portrayed as a national hero in Romania.

DECEBALUS - the last king of Dacia (ruled AD), famous for fighting 3 wars against the Roman Empire. Since the mid Century, DECEBALUS has been portrayed as a national hero in Romania.

King Decebalus. Diurpaneus dubbed himself Decebalus, meaning "with the strength of ten [men]" or simply "The Brave," and was crowned king.

Diurpaneus dubbed himself Decebalus, meaning "with the strength of ten [men]" or simply "The Brave," and was crowned king.

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