Olga, Grand Duchess of Russia (1882)

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Olga, Grand Duchess of Russia (1882) Gender: F
Olga Alexandrovna Romanov
born on 1 June 1882 Jul.Cal. (13 June 1882 greg.) at 08:00 (= 08:00 AM )
Place St.Petersburg, Russian Federation, 59n55, 30e18
Timezone LST m30e15 (is standard time)
Data source
News report
Rodden Rating A
Collector: Best
Astrology data s_su.18.gif s_gemcol.18.gif 22°04' s_mo.18.gif s_taucol.18.gif 20°56 Asc.s_leocol.18.gif 17°43'

Grand Duchess of Russia (1882) Olga


Russian royalty, the last surviving child of Czar Alexander III, sister of the deposed Czar Nicholas II.

She married Duke Peter Alexandrovich of Oldenburg, widely believed to be homosexual, on 9 August 1901. The marriage was never consummated and was later annulled in 1916.

She was introduced to a commoner, Nikolai Kulikovsky, by her brother Michael in 1903, and eventually married him. They had two children, and escaped Bolshevik Russia in 1919, first living in Denmark, and then to Canada.

She died the same year as her sister Xenia, in Toronto, Ontario on 24 November 1960.

Link to Wikipedia biography



  • Death of Father 20 October 1894 Jul.Cal. (1 Nov 1894 greg.) in Livadija (Czar Alexander III, nephritis, age 49)
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  • Death of Sibling 28 June 1899 at 09:35 AM in Abastumani (Grand Duke George, tuberculosis, age 28)
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  • Death of Sibling 13 June 1918 in Perm (Grand Duke Michael, age 39, shot dead by Bolshevik soldiers)
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  • Death of Sibling 17 July 1918 at 01:30 AM in Ekaterinburg (Czar Nicholas II, shot dead with his entire family by Bolshevik soldiers)
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  • Death of Mother 13 October 1928 at 7:00 PM in Hvidovre (Dowager Empress Marie Feodorovna, age 81)
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  • Death, Cause unspecified 24 November 1960 in Toronto (Age 78)
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Source Notes

Dimitry Macedonsky quotes the Manifesto of Emperor Alexander III given in Alexandria on June 1 (13), 1882. Published in Governmental Herald, 1882, # 118, June 2 (14), page 1, for date and a medical bulletin, the Governmental Herald, 1882, # 118, June 2 (14), page 1, for time and place, on his Russian succession website:



Sy Scholfield quotes New York Times, 14 June 1882, p. 5: "St Petersburg, June 13.--The Empress was safely delivered of a daughter at 8 o'clock this morning."


  • Lifestyle : Home : Expatriate
  • Notable : Famous : Royal family (Romanov)