Explore History Channel, Russia and more!

Explore related topics

romanov family pets - Google Search

romanov family pets - Google Search

Photographs and family snapshots from six albums rescued by a family friend of the imperial family. Romanov Family Albums by Beinecke Library, via Flickr The officers are of His Majesty's Leib-Guard Hussars Regiment. The ladies are probably Ladies in waiting.

Photographs and family snapshots from six albums rescued by a family friend of the imperial family. Romanov Family Albums by Beinecke Library, via Flickr The officers are of His Majesty's Leib-Guard Hussars Regiment. The ladies are probably Ladies in waiting.

Alexandra & Alexei, 1913 : The sautoir of pinkish pearls is what Alexei is playing with, the most expensive of Faberge's commissions, given to Alix as part of her engagement presents.

Alexandra & Alexei, 1913 : The sautoir of pinkish pearls is what Alexei is playing with, the most expensive of Faberge's commissions, given to Alix as part of her engagement presents.

The last letter written by Tsarevich Alexei.Interesting reports from female guard at Ipative house where the Romanov family were assassinated.

The last letter written by Tsarevich Alexei.Interesting reports from female guard at Ipative house where the Romanov family were assassinated.

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, 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.

Alexei's pet spaniel Joy.  He survived the execution of the family and was later found wandering the streets of Ekaterinburg.  Later, he was found in the home of Michael Letemin, one of the  Ipatiev House guards.     Eventually he was brought to England by Paul Rodzianko.  (from an article by Marion Wynn entitled "The Last Resting Place of Joy").

Alexei's pet spaniel Joy. He survived the execution of the family and was later found wandering the streets of Ekaterinburg. Later, he was found in the home of Michael Letemin, one of the Ipatiev House guards. Eventually he was brought to England by Paul Rodzianko. (from an article by Marion Wynn entitled "The Last Resting Place of Joy").

Pinterest
Search