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otmaplusalexei edit of Russian Imperial family at an official occasion at the Catherine Palace, 1912 by otmaplusalexei from Instagram

otmaplusalexei edit of Russian Imperial family at an official occasion at the Catherine Palace, 1912

Tsar Nicholas ll of Russia and Empress Alexandra Feodorovna of Russia with their two eldest children,the Grand Duchesses Olga and Tatiana Nikolaevna Romanova of Russia. "AL"

Tsar Nicholas ll of Russia and Empress Alexandra Feodorovna of Russia with their two eldest children,the Grand Duchesses Olga and Tatiana Nikolaevna Romanova of Russia.

My edit of Nicholas II with his 5 children Maria Olga Alexei Anastasia and Tatiana at the Catherine Palace 1910. I absolutely love the smile on Olga's face! On a different note thank you all for 4k! It means so much to me! #otma #otmaa #notmaa #russianroylaty #imperialrussia #romanov #tsar #nicholasii #grandduchesses #grandduchessolga #grandduchesstatiana #grandduchessmaria #grandduchessanastasia #tsarevich #tsarevichalexei #houseofromanov #russianhistory #russianempire #romanovfamily…

My edit of Nicholas II with his 5 children Maria Olga Alexei Anastasia and Tatiana at the Catherine Palace 1910. I absolutely love the smile on Olga's face! On a different note thank you all for 4k! It means so much to me! #otma #otmaa #notmaa #russianroylaty #imperialrussia #romanov #tsar #nicholasii #grandduchesses #grandduchessolga #grandduchesstatiana #grandduchessmaria #grandduchessanastasia #tsarevich #tsarevichalexei #houseofromanov #russianhistory #russianempire #romanovfamily…

In happier days.   Tsar Nicholas II (Top), Officer, Grand Duchess Anastasia

Tsar Nicholas II (Top), Officer, Grand Duchess Anastasia ~~even way back then they had some fun taking pictures.

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The Romanov Family leave the Winter Palace after Emperor Nicholas II declared war against Germany, August 1914.

The Romanov Family leave the Winter Palace after Emperor Nicholas II declared war against Germany, August 1914

A rare and unique set of 48 Autochrome color photograph plates, taken by Alexander Zehest in 1917 of the interiors of the Alexander Palace, including both the Parade rooms and the personal rooms of the Imperial Family, have been returned to the Alexander Palace Museum.  The Autochrome process was a rare and difficult one, invented by the Lumiere Brothers of France in 1903 and marketed in Europe and the US starting in 1907.

A rare and unique set of 48 Autochrome color photograph plates, taken by Alexander Zehest in 1917 of the interiors of the Alexander Palace.

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