Many of these rare photos of the Romanov Royal family personally took the head of the family and the last Emperor Nicholas II.
Many of these rare photos of the Romanov Royal family personally took the head of the family and the last Emperor Nicholas II. Being an avid photographer, the king with great care and accuracy laid out image with multiple albums. His love of photography was passed on to Mary, third daughter, who painted most of the pictures, reports Rus.Media.
This is the last of the photos of the Romanov family. After the revolution in Russia the Tsar was forced to abdicate and he and his family were sent into exile. In Yekaterinburg on 17 July 1918 by order of the Bolsheviks of Nicholas II with his wife and children were shot.
Grimacing Anastasia Romanova.
Tsar Nicholas II with daughters (left to right): Maria, Anastasia, Olga and Tatiana.
Olga Romanova in her bedroom.
Anastasia Romanov with false teeth.
Unidentified woman and Olga Romanov (on the right).
Anna Vyrubova, friend and confidante of tsarina Alexandra Feodorovna and Olga Romanov. Vyrubova considered a fan of Rasputin. During the revolution it was several times imprisoned, but in 1920 she was illegally moved to Finland, where he was tonsured in the monastery and lived until 1960.
Unknown man with Tatiana Romanova.
Maria, Olga and Tatiana Romanov.
Maria, Olga, Alexei, an unidentified woman and Tatiana Romanov.
King (left) and his family.
The king and his family.
Olga, Tatiana, Alexei, an unidentified man and Tsar Nicholas II in Ropsha.
Anastasia (left) and Maria in the hospital among the wounded soldiers during the First world war.
Grand duchesses Anastasia and Maria in the hospital among the wounded soldiers.
Tsar Nicholas II.