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One of the rooms of Grand Duchess Alexandra Nikolaevna at Peterhof. She was the youngest daughter of Nicholas I and Alexandra Feodorovna, who tragically died at the age of 19 after going into labour prematurely with her first child. Her rooms there were preserved and kept just as they were when she died.
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One of the rooms of Grand Duchess Alexandra Nikolaevna at Peterhof. She was the youngest daughter of Nicholas I and Alexandra Feodorovna, who tragically died at the age of 19 after going into labour prematurely with her first child. Her rooms there were preserved and kept just as they were when she died.

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