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- Emperor Nicholas I and Empress Alexandra Fyodorovna (Charlotte of Prussia)

- Emperor Nicholas I and Empress Alexandra Fyodorovna (Charlotte of Prussia)

"Portrait of Empress Alexandra Fyodorovna (Charlotte of Prussia), wife of Emperor Nicholas I (1798-1860)", 1852, by Christina Robertson (Scottish, 1796-1854)

"Portrait of Empress Alexandra Fyodorovna (Charlotte of Prussia), wife of Emperor Nicholas I (1798-1860)", 1852, by Christina Robertson (Scottish, 1796-1854)

Charlotte of Prussia, later Empress Alexandra Feodorovna, consort of Tsar Nicholas I.

Charlotte of Prussia, later Empress Alexandra Feodorovna, consort of Tsar Nicholas I.

The dowager empress Alexandra Feodorovna (nee Charlotte of Prussia) consort of Tsar Nicholas I.

The dowager empress Alexandra Feodorovna (nee Charlotte of Prussia) consort of Tsar Nicholas I.

Empress Alexandra Feodorovna, wife of Tsar Nicholas I of Russia. Born Charlotte of Prussia.

Empress Alexandra Feodorovna, wife of Tsar Nicholas I of Russia. Born Charlotte of Prussia.

Alexandra Feodorovna (nee Charlotte of Prussia), spouse of Nicholas I

Alexandra Feodorovna (nee Charlotte of Prussia), spouse of Nicholas I

Empress Alexandra Feodorovna of Russia, née Princess Charlotte of Prussia in traditional Russian court gown

Empress Alexandra Feodorovna of Russia, née Princess Charlotte of Prussia in traditional Russian court gown

Alexandra Nikolaevna of Russia (1825 - 1844). Daughter of Nicholas I and Charlotte of Prussia. She married Frederick William of Hesse-Kassel and had one son.

Alexandra Nikolaevna of Russia (1825 - 1844). Daughter of Nicholas I and Charlotte of Prussia. She married Frederick William of Hesse-Kassel and had one son.

Nicholas I (1796 - 1855). Emperor and Autocrat of All the Russias from 1825 until his death in 1855. He married Charlotte of Prussia and had seven children. Under his reign Russia reached its historical zenith, spanning over 20 million square kilometers.

Nicholas I (1796 - 1855). Emperor and Autocrat of All the Russias from 1825 until his death in 1855. He married Charlotte of Prussia and had seven children. Under his reign Russia reached its historical zenith, spanning over 20 million square kilometers.

Portrait of Nicholas I of Russia.  He was third son of Paul I of Russia and younger brother of Alexander I.  Alexander I died childless and the next brother in line Constantine Nikolaevich refused to accept the throne for himself, making Nicholas, the third son, next in line.  Nicholas ruled from 1825 until 1855.

Portrait of Nicholas I of Russia. He was third son of Paul I of Russia and younger brother of Alexander I. Alexander I died childless and the next brother in line Constantine Nikolaevich refused to accept the throne for himself, making Nicholas, the third son, next in line. Nicholas ruled from 1825 until 1855.

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