Two kings: Michael I and Carol II of Romania (1938)

Crown Prince Michael (L), laughing with his father, King Carol II.The man on the left looks just like my deceased uncle

O rugăciune pentru Regele Mihai

O rugăciune pentru Regele Mihai Stima si respect !

Monarhia – simbolul sub care s-a construit România modernă. Arborele genealogic al Casei Regale

Monarhia, simbolul sub care s-a construit România modernă

Steel Crown of King Carol I, Romania (1881; steel, velvet). Made from a cannon captured from the Ottoman Empire during the Romanian War for Independence (1877-1878). King Carol chose for his crown to be made of steel to commemorate the bravery of Romanian soldiers.

Steel Crown of King Carol I, Romania steel, velvet). Made from a cannon captured from the Ottoman Empire during the Romanian War for Independence King Carol chose for his crown to be made of steel to commemorate the bravery of Romanian soldiers.

Romano, Royal Families, Families, Royal House

Dumnezeu sa-l odihnesca in pace, cu dreptii pe MS Regele Mihai I al Romaniei!

Dumnezeu sa-l odihnesca in pace, cu dreptii pe MS Regele Mihai I al Romaniei!

Motto, Romania, Royal Families, Animals, Royal House

Romania, Royal Families, Ancient History, Families, Shelves, Royal House

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