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  2. Maria Feodorovna (Dagmar of Denmark) - Wikipedia

    Maria Feodorovna (Russian: Мария Фёдоровна, romanized: Mariya Fyodorovna; 26 November 1847 – 13 October 1928), known before her marriage as Princess Dagmar of Denmark, was Empress of Russia from 1881 to 1894 as the wife of Emperor Alexander III.

  3. Marie Feodorovna (1847–1928) |

    Marie Feodorovna (1847–1928) Russian empress, known as the "Lady of Tears," who was related by birth or marriage to three European monarchies and survived the violent upheavals of the late 19th and early 20th centuries that claimed many in her family . Name variations: Princess Dagmar of Denmark; Maria Feodorovna or Fyodorovna or Fedorovna ...

  4. Maria Feodorovna |

    Maria Feodorovna. views 2,554,049 updated. Maria Feodorovna (märē´ä fyô´dərəvnə), 1847–1928, czarina of Russia, consort of Alexander III and mother of Nicholas II. Originally named Dagmar, she was the daughter of Christian IX of Denmark and the sister of Queen Alexandra of Great Britain.

  5. How the British royal family is related to the Romanovs

    Getty Images. The second, the aforementioned Maria Fedorovna, Nicholas’s mother and the wife of Alexander III of Russia, was the sister of Alexandra of Denmark (1844-1925), mother of George V ...

  6. Maria Feodorovna - Wikipedia

    Maria Feodorovna (Dagmar of Denmark) (1847–1928), daughter of King Christian IX of Denmark; wife of Emperor Alexander III of Russia; mother of Emperor Nicholas II of Russia; See also. The following women have name Maria, patronymic Feodorovna or similar, and also, unlike the above empresses, a surname:

  7. Maria Feodorovna Biography – Facts, Family Life, Death

    Maria Feodorovna. (Former Empress Consort of Russia) Maria Feodorovna was the wife of Alexander III, Emperor of Russia, King of Poland, and Grand Duke of Finland. Through this marriage, she was Empress of Russia from 1881 to 1894. Before getting married, she was Princess Dagmar of Denmark. Her parents were Christian IX of Denmark and Louise of ...

  8. Dagmar of Denmark – Her life as a Princess (Part one)

    The Dowager Empress Maria Feodorovna’s life was often marked by tragedy. She was from a junior branch of Denmark royalty, who suddenly found herself as a daughter of the king. Three of her siblings became kings and queens. While she had a few suitors that vied for her hand, Maria Feodorovna’s most illustrious suitor was the Tsarevich of Russia.

  9. Starting as a Danish princess, Maria Feodorovna rose to become a celebrity Tsarina known for her seductive beauty, iron will, and influence over her son Nicholas II. But in the blink of an eye, she lost every last shred of her glamour and power—and it happened in one of the most infamous plot twists in history. 1.

  10. What happened to the magnificent Romanov palaces after the 1917...

    Maria Feodorovna, 1880s. Public domain After the Revolution, the Imperial palace was turned into a Palace of Pioneers and today it is called the Palace of Youth Creativity.

  11. The Romanov Family Tree: Real Descendants and Wannabes

    Maria Vladimirovna is the most widely acknowledged pretender to the throne of Russia. This great-great-granddaughter of Alexander II, who was Emperor of Russia until his assassination in 1881, now...