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Великий Князь Nicholas Constantinovich Holstein-Gottorp-Romanov

Russian: Великий Князь Николай Константинович Константинович князь Романов
Birthdate: (67)
Birthplace: Saint Petersburg, gorod Sankt-Peterburg, Saint Petersburg, Russia
Death: Died in Tashkent, Uzbekistan
Cause of death: pneumonia
Place of Burial: Tashkent, Russia
Immediate Family:

Son of Grand Duke Konstantin Nikolayevich of Russia and Grand Duchess Alexandra Iosifovna of Russia
Ex-husband of Nadezhda Alexandrovna Dreyer
Partner of Mistresses of Nicolas Romanov
Father of Daria X; Nicholas X; Tatiana X; Stanislav Romanov; Артемий Николаевич Искандер and 3 others
Brother of Olga Constantinovna Constantinovna, Grand Ducess, Queen consort of the Hellenes; Grand Duchess Vera of Russia; Grand Duke Constantine Constantinovich of Russia; Великий Князь Dimitri Constantinovich Romanov and Великий Князь Vyacheslav Constantinovich Romanov, Grand duke of Russia
Half brother of Sergei Constantinovich Kniazev; Marina Constantinovna Erchov; Anna Constantinovna Lialin; Ismael Constantinovich Kniazeva and Lev Constantinovich Kniazeva

Occupation: Grand duke of Russia, Grand Duke Nicholas Constantinovich of Russia
Managed by: Shirley Marie Caulk
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About Николай Константинович князь Романов

Grand Duke Nicholas Constantinovich

is perhaps one of the most scandalous members of the Romanov dynasty. His father, the Grand Duke Constantine, was the second son of Tsar Nicholas I, whose name Constantine gave to his firstborn. The young Nicholas was a handsome man, he lived surrounded by pomp during the times when his father was in favour with the Tsar and acted as Viceroy of Poland. However, Nicholas was easily tempted by women, and when he met Fanny Lear, an American touring Russia, he gave her a diamond necklace he had stolen from his own mother. It was a scandalous offence, and Nicholas was whisked off to the ends of the Empire, to Tashkent (today in Uzbekistan). He was practically erased from all living memory; his name was struck from the Romanov family tree and he lost his rank and position. He never returned to Saint Petersburg nor did he see his family ever again. From then on Nicholas dedicated himself to improving the area where he lived, promoting the arts and so on. He married a woman who gave him two sons (one of them was killed in the Russian Civil War). Nicholas also had six illegitimate children, some of which had psychological problems. Another one died of a drug overdose while visiting his mother. Nicholas himself died shortly after the Russian revolution of pneumonia, on January 26th 1918. He was so popular among the locals that he was given a sort of state funeral by the Bolsheviks. He was buried in the Cathedral of Tashkent, which was later demolished by the Soviet regime.


The Peerage: http://www.thepeerage.com/p10082.htm#i100812

Geneall: http://www.geneall.net/W/per_page.php?id=18695


English: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Grand_Duke_Nikolai_Konstantinovich_of_Russia

О Николае Константинович князе Романов (русский)

Великий Князь, окончил Академию Генерального Штаба, предприниматель.

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Николай Константинович князь Романов's Timeline

February 2, 1850
Saint Petersburg, gorod Sankt-Peterburg, Saint Petersburg, Russia
February 14, 1850
- January 26, 1918
Saint Petersburg, gorod Sankt-Peterburg, Saint Petersburg, Russia
February 18, 1850
Saint Petersburg, gorod Sankt-Peterburg, Saint Petersburg, Russia
May 1877
Age 27
Geg 1877 - Odessa,, Ukraine
December 11, 1878
Age 28
Age 27
Tashkent, Uzbekistan
November 15, 1889
Age 39
January 14, 1918
Age 67
Tashkent, Uzbekistan