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  1. Ana Petrovna Románova; Información personal; Nacimiento: 27 de enero de 1708 jul. Moscú (Imperio ruso) Fallecimiento: 4 de mayo de 1728 jul. Kiel (Ducado de Holstein) Causa de muerte: Fiebres puerperales: Sepultura: Catedral de San Pedro y San Pablo de San Petersburgo: Nacionalidad: Rusa: Religión: Cristianismo ortodoxo y luteranismo ...

  2. House. Romanov. Father. Peter I of Russia. Mother. Catherine I of Russia. Religion. Russian Orthodox. Grand Duchess Anna Petrovna of Russia ( Russian: А́нна Петро́вна; 27 January 1708 – 4 March 1728) was the eldest daughter of Emperor Peter I of Russia and his wife Empress Catherine I.

  3. Ana Petrovna Románova; Información personal; Nacimiento: 27 de enero de 1708 jul. Moscú (Imperio ruso) Fallecimiento: 4 de mayo de 1728 jul. Kiel (Ducado de Holstein) Causa de muerte: Fiebres puerperales: Sepultura: Catedral de San Pedro y San Pablo de San Petersburgo: Nacionalidad: Rusa: Religión: Cristianismo ortodoxo y luteranismo ...

  4. Anna Petrovna Romanova La granduchessa Anna Petrovna di Russia, Cesarevna di Russia (in russo Анна Петровна?; Mosca, 27 gennaio 1708 – Kiel, 4 marzo 1728 ), è stata granduchessa di Russia . Indice 1 Biografia 1.1 Famiglia d'origine 1.2 Matrimonio 2 Onorificenze 3 Bibliografia 4 Ascendenza 5 Altri progetti Biografia Famiglia d'origine

  5. 29 noviembre 2022 Gueórgui Manáev Kira Lisitskaya (Foto: Iván Adolsky; Stepán Shchukin; Egor Botman; Vladímir Borovikovsky; Lucas Conrad Pfandzelt) Follow Russia Beyond on Facebook Considerada...

  6. The Holstein-Gottorps of Russia retained the Romanov surname, emphasizing their matrilineal descent from Peter the Great, through Anna Petrovna (Peter I's elder daughter by his second wife). In 1742, Empress Elizabeth of Russia brought Anna's son, her nephew Peter of Holstein-Gottorp , to St. Petersburg and proclaimed him her heir.

  7. 19 de nov. de 2023 · Grand Duchess Anna Petrovna of Russia, Tsesarevna of Russia (Anna Petrovna Romanova Russian: Анна Петровна) Duchess of Schleswig-Holstein-Gottorp by marriage. Born: 27 January 1708, Moscow . Died:4 March 1728, Kiel. Father: Peter I of Russia. Mother: Catherine I of Russia. Spouse: Charles Frederick, Duke of Schleswig-Holstein-Gottorp