1839 Russian Imperial Bronze Medal Rare Nicholas I° Observatory In Petersburg#48


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numismatica.luciani store From Wikipedia, the free encyclopediaNicholas I Emperor and Autocrat of All the Russias Reign 1 December 1825 – 2 March 1855 Coronation 3 September 1826 Predecessor Alexander I Successor Alexander II
Consort Charlotte of Prussia Issue Alexander II of Russia
Maria, Duchess of Leuchtenberg
Olga, Queen of Württemberg
Alexandra, Princess Frederick William of Hesse-Cassel
Grand Duke Constantine Nikolaievich
Grand Duke Nicholas
Grand Duke Mikhail Full name Nicholas Pavlovich Romanov House House of Holstein-Gottorp-Romanov Father Paul of Russia Mother Sophie Dorothea of Württemberg Born 6 July 1796
Gatchina, Russian Empire Died 2 March 1855 (aged58)
Saint Petersburg, Russian Empire Burial Peter and Paul Cathedral Religion Russian Orthodox


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