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Alexandra Fedorovna (Frederika Louise Charlotte Wilhelmin Prussian, July 1/12, 1798, Potsdam − October 20 / November 1, 1860, Tsarskoye Selo) − The daughter of the Prussian king Friedrich Wilhelm III and Queen Louise, in 1817 married Grand Duke Nikolai Pavlovich, later Emperor Nicholas I. Mother of Emperor Alexander II.
The 400th anniversary of the Romanov house. SPb, 2013. With. 109.
Alexandra Fedorovna (nee Princess Frederick Charlotte Wilhelmin, Charlotte Prussian; 1798–1860) – daughter of the Prussian king Frederick Wilhelm III and Queen Louise, sister of the Prussian kings of Friedrich Wilhelm IV and William IV and William I. July 13, 1817 married Grand Duke Nikolai Pavlovich. The marriage pursued primarily political goals: strengthening the political union of Russia and Prussia, but turned out to be happy and large. In 1826 she became a Russian empress, and since 1828 it became a trustee of charitable institutions who passed into her by the mother -in -law – the wife of Paul I Empress Maria Fedorovna. Her name is the Alexandrinsky Theater in St. Petersburg. The line in. AND. Zhukovsky “genius of pure beauty”, then repeated a. With. Pushkin.
Grand Duke Alexander Nikolaevich (1818–1881) – eldest son Nicholas I, 1855 – Emperor Alexander II.
Grand Duchess Maria Nikolaevna (1819–1876) is the eldest daughter of Emperor Nicholas I. In 1839 she married the Duke of Maximilian Leuchtenberg. After the death of her husband, she was married to Count G. AND. Stroganov. Since 1852 – President of the IAX, chairman of the OPX.
Portrait Gallery of the Russian Museum. Persons of Russia. SPb. 2012. With. 21.