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PETS OF THE ROMANOVS ~~ In Tzarskoye Selo museum there is one interesting picture named as 'The Dogs' by I.Shvabe, 1867. The painting presents 11 dogs and one little monkey.  Less known there all are the pets of Alexander II of Russia. Within 300 years the Romanovs loved animals, especially dogs, except Elizabeth I that was a real fan of cats and has got 18 of them in her palaces.

PETS OF THE ROMANOVS ~~ In Tzarskoye Selo museum there is one interesting picture named as 'The Dogs' by I.Shvabe, The painting presents 11 dogs and one little monkey. Less known there all are the pets of Alexander II of Russia. Within 300 years the

Grand Duchess Olga Alexandrovna with her brother Grand Duke Michael Alexandrovich. They had many adventures together in their youth.

Grand Duchess Olga Alexandrovna with her brother Grand Duke Michael Alexandrovich, younger sister and brother of Tsar Nicholas II.

Anastasia and siblings. Arrested in Tsarskoye Selo

Royal Russia News: The Deaths of Tsar Nicholas II and His Family: Images from an Exhibition. The Grand Duchesses and the Tsarevich Alexei under arrest at Tsarskoye Selo,

More shots of the house in which the Romanov Family was murdered in 1918 (Ipatiev House, Ekaterinberg)

More shots of the house in which the Romanov Family was murdered in 1918 (Ipatiev House, Ekaterinberg)

The Grand Duchesses with their little brother

Olga, Tatiana, Maria, Anastasia Nikolaevna Romanova and baby Alexei in 1904 B photo coloured by ~natsafan

Exactly 80 years after their execution by bolshevicks in Ipatiev house, on July 17 of 1998, the last Czar of Russia and his family were buried in the crypt of St Petersburg's St Peter and Paul Cathedral.

Exactly 80 years after their slaughter by the hands of the "communists" Bolshevicks at the Ipatiev house, Yekaterineburg, Siberia, July 17 of the last Czar of Russia and his family were buried in the crypt of St Petersburg's St Peter and Paul Cathedral.

Grand Duchess Olga Alexandrovna with her second husband and love of her life Col. Nikolai Kulikovsky.  Olga and Nikolai had two sons, but never really settled well into life outside of Russia, from which they were lucky to escape . In middle age they immigrated to Canada with their sons' families where they lived for the remainder of their lives.

Nikolai Kulikovsky - and Grand Duchess Olga Alexandrovna Romanova of Russia - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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