Welcome to the Unofficial
Nicholas and Alexandra Romanov
l to r: Olga, Marie, Tsar Nicholas II, Alexandra, Anastasia, Alexei, Tatiana
Nicholas and Alexandra were the last crowned Tsar and Tsarista of Russia. Their private lives have been of much interest through the past 100 years. Their death in 1918 in Ekaterinburg by the Bolsheviks has increased that interest tremendously. This page is dedicated to them not as rulers of 1/6 the globe, but as a family.
(After you finish exploring our pages, simply click on the Star of the Order of St. Andrew on the bottom of each page to return to this page.)
The Nicholas and Alexandra Exhibit that briefly toured the US has returned to Russia, however, you can still visit the website. For a link to the exhibit's web page as well as a chance to vote for your favorite Romanov, click here.
Nicholas and Alexandra had five beautiful children during their 23 years of marriage. To learn more about them click on their names below. As you explore our pages, you will notice OS or NS after the dates. Old Style (OS) refers to the Julian Calendar which was used in Imperial Russia. At the turn of the 20th century this calendar fell 13 days behind the Gregorian Calendar, referred to as New Style (NS), used everywhere else in the world. After the revolution, the new leaders converted to the Gregorian calendar.
Explore Imperial Russia. We must warn you, once you learn about the family, you take a piece of them with you. Enjoy, remember, and learn from them.
Romanov Family Quiz
Russian fun facts
All information in this site comes from our ''library.'' Books are added only after they have been read by the webmaster. Any recommended readings are welcomed.
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This site was researched and authored by Alayne Torretta, M.A.
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