Maria Rasputina, born Matryona Grigorievna Rasputina (March 27, 1898 – September 27, 1977), was the daughter of the Russian mystic Grigori Rasputin and his wife Praskovia Fyodorovna Dubrovina. Only her mother and her father called her by the name "Maria". Following the Russian Revolution of 1917, she wrote several memoirs about her father's life, association with Tsar Nicholas II and Tsarina Alexandra Feodorovna, and murder.

"On Sundays after Mass he would usually meet people in the house of some aristocratic admirer and talk to them." Rasputin (left) and his daughter Maria (right) in

Princess V.M. Kudasheva (nee Nirod) by klimbims.deviantart.com on @deviantART

of Russia in color - princess Kudasheva nee nirod dressed as boyarynya noblewoman of the xvii century

A very Chekhovian, typical Russian outdoor tea drinking scene. Similar to our middle class family at a country home. Found in a biographical book by Mickael Bulgatav.

A very Chekovian, typical Russian outdoor tea drinking scene. Similar to our middle class family at a country home. Found in a biographical book by Mickael Bulgatav.

Imperial Russian Army

Many men were in the military or monks?: A dog with plenty of company (Russian soldiers,

Красная площадь: вербный рынок и праздничное катание 1910 года.

Красная площадь: вербный рынок и праздничное катание 1910 года.

Деревня Кузнецово Семеновского уезда.

Maxim P. Dmitriev was a Russian photographer of the XIX-XXth centuries, founder of the photojournalismt genre, member of the Russian Photographic Society.

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A group of Royal Navy Stokers typical of the Victorian period during which Daniel Wadhams served

Из коллекции Шабельских, собрание Российского Этнографического Музея. Народный костюм. Архангельская губерния.

Local fashion: Russian beauties of the century in traditional costumes North Archangelsk

Белая Гвардия | Бѣлая Гвардія

Белая Гвардия | Бѣлая Гвардія

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