Alexander Alexandrovich Romanov III

Alexander Alexandrovich Romanov III

Saint Petersburg, Saint Petersburg Federal City, Russia
Death 20 Oct 1894 (aged 49)
Yalta, Republic of Crimea, Ukraine
Burial Saint Petersburg, Saint Petersburg Federal City, Russia
Memorial ID 7033272 · View Source
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Russian Monarch. Imperial House of Romanov. Grand Duke Alexander became Emperor of All the Russia's upon the death of His Majesty's father, Czar-Liberator Alexander II. In 1866, Grand Duke Alexander married Princess Dagmar of Denmark, known as Czarina Marie. Alexander III was Czar from 1881-1894 and reversed some of the reforms of the Czar-Liberator. Emperor Alexander III refused to grant the constitution which the Czar-Liberator was on the verge of signing before His Majesty's murder. Czar Alexander III tightened police oppression and incresed censorship. The authority of the town councils & the judiciary were reduced. Industrial development increased & the construction of the Trans Siberian Railway began. Czar Alexander III died at the Summer Palace in Livadia in the Crimea. Alexander III is buried in the Fortress of St Peter & St Paul in Saint Petersburg, Russia. The Czar's son, Grand Duke Nicholas became Czar Nicholas II.

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