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Princess Ileana of Romania. In 1961, Ileana entered the Orthodox Monastery of the Protection of the Mother of God, in France. She founded the Orthodox Monastery of the Transfiguration in Ellwood City, Pennsylvania, the first English language Orthodox monastery in North America. She was the third female descendant of Queen Victoria to become a Mother Superior in a convent of her own foundation. She served as abbess until her retirement in 1981, remaining at the monastery until her death in…

Princess Ileana of Romania. In 1961, Ileana entered the Orthodox Monastery of the Protection of the Mother of God, in France. She founded the Orthodox Monastery of the Transfiguration in Ellwood City, Pennsylvania, the first English language Orthodox monastery in North America. She was the third female descendant of Queen Victoria to become a Mother Superior in a convent of her own foundation. She served as abbess until her retirement in 1981, remaining at the monastery until her death in…

Queen Marie of Romania

Queen Marie of Romania

Queen Marie of Romania

Queen Marie of Romania

Queen Marie of Romania

Queen Marie of Romania

tsarevnamaria: Maria, Rainha da Roménia Maravilhoso!

tsarevnamaria: Maria, Rainha da Roménia Maravilhoso!

El Rey Miguel I de Rumania y la princesa Ana de Borbón-Parma

El Rey Miguel I de Rumania y la princesa Ana de Borbón-Parma

The coronation in Alba Iulia.

The coronation in Alba Iulia.

DINASTÍAS | Los Foros de la Realeza • Ver Tema - ANTONIA, INFANTA (fürstin Hohenzollern-Sigmaringen).

DINASTÍAS | Los Foros de la Realeza • Ver Tema - ANTONIA, INFANTA (fürstin Hohenzollern-Sigmaringen).

Queen of Romania with her two children.  Prince Mircea died at Buftea on 2 November 1916 of typhoid fever, during a time of war, when enemy troops were approaching Bucharest and many battles were taking place close to the city. The royal family had to quickly bury him on the grounds of Cotroceni Palace, before they went into exile to Jassy, the old capital of Moldavia, the unoccupied part north-eastern Romania.

Queen of Romania with her two children. Prince Mircea died at Buftea on 2 November 1916 of typhoid fever, during a time of war, when enemy troops were approaching Bucharest and many battles were taking place close to the city. The royal family had to quickly bury him on the grounds of Cotroceni Palace, before they went into exile to Jassy, the old capital of Moldavia, the unoccupied part north-eastern Romania.

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