Alexander I of Russia
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Who is Alexander I of Russia?
Alexander I of Russia: Alexander I, reigned as Emperor of Russia from 23 March 1801 to 1 December 1825. He was the first Russian King of Poland, reigning from 1815 to 1825, as well as the first Russian Grand Duke of Finland.
- also known as Alexander I the Blessed, Emperor Alexander I, Alexander Pavlovich Romanov, Alexander the Blessed, Alexander I Pavlovich Romanov, Aleksandr I Pavlovich, Alexandre Pavlovitch Romanov, Aleksandr Blagoslovennyi
- born on (238 years ago) in Saint Petersburg, child of Maria Feodorovna and Paul I of Russia
- nationality: Russian Empire
- religion: Eastern Orthodox Church, Orthodox Christianity
- Marriage with Elizabeth Alexeievna of Russia between and (32 years and 2 months)
- parent of Sophia Naryshkina
- died on (190 years ago) in Taganrog
- buried in Peter and Paul Fortress, Peter and Paul Cathedral
Alexander I of Russia a.k.a. Tsar Alexander I: Czar Alexander is a fictional character from the 1956 film War and Peace.
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"Alexander I of Russia" is a book by Leonid Ivan Strakhovsky.
- also known as "Alexander I of Russia; the man who defeated Napoleon"
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