Alexander I., Zar von Russland

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Basic data

  1. December 23, 1777greg. in St. Petersburg
  2. December 1, 1825greg. in Taganrog
  3. Zar
  4. St. Petersburg

Iconography

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Confirmation of Alexander's wife Elizabeth Alexeievna (Source: Wikimedia)
Portrait of Grand Duke Alexander Pavlovich, 1800, by Vladimir Borovikovsky (Source: Wikimedia)
Russia (violet) and other world empires in 1800 (Source: Wikimedia)
Equestrian portrait of Alexander I by Franz Krüger (Source: Wikimedia)
Imperial monogram of Alexander I (Source: Wikimedia)
Napoleon, Alexander, Queen Louise, and Frederick William III of Prussia in Tilsit, 1807 (Source: Wikimedia)
Meeting of Napoleon and Alexander I in Tilsit, a 19th-century painting by Adolphe Roehn (Source: Wikimedia)
The French Empire in 1812 at its greatest extent (Source: Wikimedia)
The Battle of Ganja during the Russo-Persian War (Source: Wikimedia)
The retreat across the Berezina of the remnants of Napoleon's Grande Armée in November 1812 (Source: Wikimedia)
Alexander, Francis I of Austria and Frederick William III of Prussia meeting after the Battle of Leipzig, 1813 (Source: Wikimedia)
The Russian Army entering Paris in 1814 (Source: Wikimedia)
Alexander I confirmed the new Finnish constitution and made Finland an autonomous Grand Duchy at the Diet of Porvoo in 1809. (Source: Wikimedia)
Ioannis Kapodistrias, Russia's former foreign minister, was elected as the first head of state of independent Greece. (Source: Wikimedia)
Elizabeth Alexeievna with Alexander at the Congress of Vienna 1814 Cliche´- Medal by Leopold Heuberger (Source: Wikimedia)
Alexander and Louise of Baden (Source: Wikimedia)
Dargestellter: Alexander I. von Russland Künstler: keine Angabe (Quelle: Trierer Porträtdatenbank)
Dargestellter: Alexander I. von Russland Künstler: Johann Samuel Ludwig Halle (Quelle: Trierer Porträtdatenbank)
Dargestellter: Alexander I. von Russland Künstler: Jacob Felsing (Quelle: Trierer Porträtdatenbank)
Dargestellter: Alexander I. von Russland Künstler: Johann Samuel Ludwig Halle (Quelle: Trierer Porträtdatenbank)
Dargestellter: Alexander I. von Russland Künstler: Christian Gottlob Scherf (Quelle: Trierer Porträtdatenbank)
Dargestellter: Alexander I. von Russland Künstler: Francesco Vendramini Startseite Projekt Kontakt Links Beacon UBT (Quelle: Trierer Porträtdatenbank)

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