Prince Ferdinand (Romania), Tsar Nicholas II (Russia) and King Carol I (Romania) Constanta, Romania, June 1914  During what was going to be the last visit abroad for the Russian Imperial Romanov family.  Prince Ferdinand - (1865 - 1927) Tsar Nicholas - (1868 - 1918) King Carol - (1839 - October 1914)

From left: Crown Prince Ferdinand of Romania, Tsar Nikolai II of Russia, King Carol I of Romania, June 1914

carolathhabsburg:  King Michael of Romania and family in the Late 1970s.  back Princesses Maria, Elena, Sophie, Margarita.  front Queen Anne and King Michael

carolathhabsburg: King Michael of Romania and family in the Late back Princesses Maria, Elena, Sophie, Margarita. front Queen Anne and King Michael

Regele Ferdinand ; Carol I si Carol II - 10 mai 1881

3 Kings: Carol I with his nephew Ferdinand & great-nephew Carol II

H.M. King Michael I and Crown Princess Margareta of Romania

Crown Princess Margarita and King Michael I of Romania attend the Luxembourg wedding gala 19 Oct 2012

Most princess stories involve finding Prince Charming and living happily ever after as king and queen of the castle. They don't typically include a part

Most princess stories involve finding Prince Charming and living happily ever after as king and queen of the castle. They don't typically include a part

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.


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