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Why were faberge eggs created?

As exquisite pieces of art for the Russian Royal family up to the early 20th century.


What is the religion of Faberge eggs?

The Faberge eggs were made as Easter gifts from the Tzar to his wife. The Russian royal family was Russian Orthodox religion. They were made by the jeweler Faberge out of diamonds, gems, pearls, and enameled. They had little special things inside of them.


Who made the famous Easter eggs for the Russian royal family?

The man named Peter Carl Faberge - go Google :)


Which royal family was Rasputin associated with?

the russian royal family


Who muredered the Russian royal family in ww1?

The soviet union murdered the the russian Royal Family (Romanovs)


Who was the last Russian royal family?

The Romanovs.


Romanov was the name of?

The Russian royal family


The Royal Family of BroadwaThe Oscar-nominated film about the Russian royal family was called?

Nicholas and Alexandra


Who is Susan deakin?

she is a part of the Russian royal family


Who is part of the Russian royal family?

the surnames areMorbyMorbeyDekenDekin


Who is Chris morbey?

chris morbey is a part of the Russian royal family


Who was in control of Russia during the Russian revolution?

The Royal Family, however some might Rasputin was really in control of the head of the Royal Family.


The Oscar-nominated film about the Russian royal family was called?

Nicholas and Alexandra


How do you say royal in Russian?

Королевский is the Russian word for royal.


What was the name the Russian general who was a descendant of a royal family which died during the Napoleon war?

Prince Pyotr Bagration the descendant of the Georgian royal family of the Bagrations


Was the Russian royal family related to Serbian royal family?

That would depend on your point of view, as there is no 'Serbian royal family' per se. However, the last King of Yugoslavia, Peter II never abdicated, thus making his decendants the nearest thing. Peter II was related to the British Royal family through his mother, Maria of Romania. Nicholas II, last Tsar of Russia, was ALSO related to the British Royal family, through HIS mother, Maria Feodorovna.


Did one of the royal Russian family survive?

Some say no some say yes


What was the surname of the last Russian royal family?

Romanov pronounced Ro-marn-ov


What happened to the Russian royal family?

Shot (executed) during the Bolshevik Revolution in 1918.


What German princess got married to a Russian royal family and eventually took the throne?

Juliane


What royal family was in danger in World War 1?

The Russian ruling house- who were imprisoned and massacred.


What was the name of the royal family who had ruled Russia before the revolution?

Romanovs. 'Romanovy'. "Романовы" in Russian.


What happened to Russian's royal family?

They were executed in July 1918 during the Russian Civil War about 9 months after the October Revolution of 1917.


Who are the royal family?

The British Royal Family The Norwegian Royal Family The Spanish Royal Family The Swedish Royal Family The Dutch Royal Family The Danish Royal Family The Belgian Royal Family The Thai Royal Family The Monegasque Princely Family The Luxembourgish Grand Ducal Family The Liechtensteiner Princely Family


Who are the 13 royal families?

The British Royal Family The Norwegian Royal Family The Spanish Royal Family The Swedish Royal Family The Dutch Royal Family The Danish Royal Family The Belgian Royal Family The Thai Royal Family The Monegasque Princely Family The Luxembourgish Grand Ducal Family The Liechtensteiner Princely Family