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  1. Vyachelav Constantinovich da Rússia (13 de julho de 1862 - 27 de fevereiro de 1879) foi um membro da família Romanov, filho do grão-duque Constantino Nikolaevich da Rússia e da sua esposa, a grã-duquesa Alexandra Iosifovna.

  2. Grand Duke Vyacheslav Konstantinovich of Russia, (13 July 1862 – 27 February 1879), was a Romanov grand duke and the youngest son of Grand Duke Konstantin Nikolayevich of Russia and his wife Princess Alexandra of Saxe-Altenburg. The English form of his first name is Wenceslas.

  3. Vyachelav Constantinovich da Rússia (13 de julho de 1862 - 27 de fevereiro de 1879) foi um membro da família Romanov, filho do grão-duque Constantino Nikolaevich da Rússia e da sua esposa, a grã-duquesa Alexandra Iosifovna.

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    • Fate of Kr Family After The Russian Revolution
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    The fourth child of the Grand Duke Konstantin Nikolayevich of Russia and his wife Princess Alexandra of Saxe-Altenburg, Grand Duke Konstantin was born on 22 August [O.S. 10 August] 1858 at the Constantine Palace, in Strelna in the Tsarskoselsky Uyezd of Saint Petersburg Governorate (now part of Saint Petersburg). His eldest sister Grand Duchess Olg...

    KR was both a patron of Russian art and an artist in his own right. A talented pianist, the Grand Duke was Chairman of the Russian Musical Society, and counted Tchaikovsky among his closest friends. But KR was first and foremost a man of letters. He founded several Russian literary societies. He translated foreign works (including Schiller and Goet...

    KR married in 1884 in St Petersburg Princess Elisabeth of Saxe-Altenburg, his second cousin. Upon her marriage, Elisabeth became the Grand Duchess Elizaveta Mavrikievna. She was known within the family as "Mavra." KR was, by all accounts, devoted to his wife and children, and a loving father. He and his family made their home at Pavlovsk, a suburba...

    As exemplary and dedicated (and even conservative) as KR's public life was, his private turmoil was intense. Had it not been for the publication of KR's strikingly candid diarieslong after his death, the world would have never known that this most prolific of Grand Dukes, the father of nine children, was tormented by his homosexual feelings. As men...

    The outbreak of World War I found KR and his wife in Germany, where they were taking the cure in Wildungen. Caught in enemy territory, the couple attempted a quick return to Russia. Their plans were disrupted by German authorities, who claimed the Grand Duke and his wife were political prisoners. Grand Duchess Elizaveta sent a message to the German...

    The Princes Ioann, Gavriil, Konstantin, and Igor were all arrested after the Bolshevik seizure of power in October 1917. Prince Gavriil was kept in Petrograd due to illness, but the other three princes were deported to Alapaevsk, a small town in the Urals. There they were imprisoned for some months, together with the Grand Duchess Elizaveta Feodoro...

    Documents about Grand Duke Konstantin Konstantinovich's family (including correspondence and photographs) are preserved in the "Romanov Family Papers" collection in the Hoover Institution Archives (Stanford, California, USA).

    The Grand Duke received the following Russian and foreign decorations: Russian 1. Knight of St. Andrew, 26 September 1858 2. Knight of St. Alexander Nevsky, 26 September 1858 3. Knight of St. Anna, 1st Class, 26 September 1858 4. Knight of the White Eagle, 26 September 1858 5. Knight of St. Stanislaus, 1st Class, 11 June 1865 6. Knight of St. Georg...

  4. Vyacheslav Constantinovich da Rússia ou Vyacheslav Konstantinovich Romanov (em russo: Вячеслав Константинович Романов), nascido em Varsóvia em 1 ° de julho de 1862 e morreu em São Petersburgo em 15 de fevereiro de 1879, é membro da Casa de Hostein-Gottorp-Romanov, Grão-Duque da Rússia.

  5. 7 de out. de 2019 · Category. : Vyacheslav Konstantinovich of Russia. From Wikimedia Commons, the free media repository. Constantine Nikolaievich and Alexandra Iosifovna 's children: Nicholas Constantinovich • Constantine Constantinovich • Dmitriy Constantinovich • Vyacheslav.

  6. Grand Duke Vyacheslav Konstantinovich of Russia (1862–1879); died of brain hemorrhage; At the end of the 1860s, Konstantin embarked on an affair, having an illegitimate daughter, Marie Condousso. Konstantin had five illegitimate children with his mistress Anna Kuznetsova (1847–1922); they bore the last name Knyazev: