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Tsar Nicholas I

Tsar Nicholas IAKA Nikolai Pavlovich Romanov

Born: 25-Jun-1796
Birthplace: St. Petersburg, Russia
Died: 18-Feb-1855
Location of death: St. Petersburg, Russia
Cause of death: unspecified
Remains: Buried, Petropavlovskaya Krepost, St. Petersburg, Russia

Gender: Male
Religion: Russian Orthodox
Race or Ethnicity: White
Sexual orientation: Straight
Occupation: Royalty

Nationality: Russia
Executive summary: Repressive Tsar of Russia, 1825-55

Succeeded his brother Tsar Alexander I to the throne after three weeks of deliberation with his elder brother Konstantin, then commander-in-chief of Poland. His reign started rather badly, as the interregnum was used as an opportunity for the Decemberists to mount a failed coup.

Father: Tsar Paul I (b. 1754, d. 1801)
Mother: Sophie Marie Dorothea Prinzessin von Württemberg (b. 25-Oct-1759, d. 5-Nov-1828)
Wife: Friederike Luise Charlotte Wilhelmine Prinzessin von Preußen (b. 13-Jul-1798, m. 13-Jul-1817 d. 1-Nov-1860)
Son: Tsar Alexander II (b. 1818, d. 1881)
Daughter: Mariya (b. 18-Aug-1819, d. 21-Feb-1876)
Daughter: (d. 22-Jul-1820 in childbirth)
Daughter: Olga (b. 11-Sep-1822, d. 30-Oct-1892)
Daughter: (d. 23-Oct-1823 in childbirth)
Daughter: Aleksandra (b. 24-Jun-1825, d. 10-Aug-1844)
Daughter: Elizabeta (b. 7-Jun-1826, d.)
Son: Konstantin (b. 21-Sep-1827, d. 29-Jan-1892)
Daughter: (d. 5 Oct 1829 in childbirth)
Son: Nikolai (b. 8-Aug-1831, d. 25-Apr-1891)
Son: Mikhail (b. 25-Oct-1832, d. 18-Dec-1909)

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