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Ivan V Romanov, Tsar of all the Russias

Russian: V/Иван Alekseyevich/Алексеевич Romanov/Рома́нов, Tsar of all the Russias
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Birthplace: St. Petersburg, Peter and Paul Cathedral, St. Petersburg, Russia, Preußen
Death: Died in St. Petersburg, Peter and Paul Cathedral, St. Petersburg, Russia, Preußen
Place of Burial: St. Petersburg, Peter and Paul Cathedral, St. Petersburg, Russia, Preußen
Immediate Family:

Son of Aleksej I Romanov and Мария Ильинична Милославская
Husband of Praskovija Fedorovna Фёдоровна Салтыкова
Father of Feodosia/Феодосия Ivanovna/Ивановна Holstein-Gottorp Romanov, Grandducess of Russia; Maria/Мария Ivanovna/Ивановна Holstein-Gottorp Romanov, Grandducess of Russia; Tsarevna Catherine Ivanovna of Russia; Anna Ivanovna Romanova and Praskovia/Прасковя Ivanovna/Ивановна Holstein-Gottorp Romanov, Tsarevna
Brother of Dimitri Romanov; Dimitri Romanov; Evdokya Romanov; Tsarevna Marfa Alexeevna; Alexei Romanov and 9 others
Half brother of Czar Peter the Great; Natalya Romanov and Theodora Romanov

Occupation: Medregent, Caras, vald (1682-1696)
Managed by: Noah Gregory Tutak
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1666
August 27, 1666
St. Petersburg, Peter and Paul Cathedral, St. Petersburg, Russia, Preußen
1690
July 4, 1690
Age 23
1690
Age 23
1692
July 25, 1692
Age 25
1693
February 7, 1693
Age 26
Moscow, город Москва, Russia
1694
October 4, 1694
Age 28
1696
January 29, 1696
Age 29
St. Petersburg, Peter and Paul Cathedral, St. Petersburg, Russia, Preußen
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St. Petersburg, Peter and Paul Cathedral, St. Petersburg, Russia, Preußen
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St. Petersburg, Peter and Paul Cathedral, St. Petersburg, Russia, Preußen