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Marie Pavlovna (1786–1859)

Marie Pavlovna (1786–1859)

Russian royal and duchess of Saxe-Weimar. Name variations: Mary Pavlovna; Princess Mary. Born on February 15, 1786; died on June 23, 1859; daughter of Paul I (1754–1801), tsar of Russia (r. 1796–1801), and Sophia Dorothea of Wurttemberg (1759–1828); sister of Anna Pavlovna (1795–1865) and Helena Pavlovna (1784–1803); married Charles Frederick, duke of Saxe-Weimar, on August 3, 1804; children: Marie of Saxe-Weimar-Eisenach (1808–1877); Augusta of Saxe-Weimar (1811–1890, who married Wilhelm I, emperor of Germany); Charles Alexander (b. 1818).

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