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Olga Constantinovna (1851–1926)

Olga Constantinovna (1851–1926)

Queen and regent of Greece. Name variations: Konstantinovna; Olga Romanov; Olga of Russia. Born on September 3, 1851; died on June 18, 1926, in Florence, Italy; buried in Tatoi, near Athens, Greece; daughter of Constantine Nicholaevitch (son of Nicholas I, tsar of Russia) and Alexandra of Saxe-Altenburg (1830–1911); married William of Denmark also known as George I (1845–1913), king of the Hellenes (r. 1863–1913), on October 27, 1867; children: Constantine I (1868–1923), king of the Hellenes (r. 1913–1917, 1920–1922); George (1869–1957, who married Marie Bonaparte ); Alexandra Oldenburg (1870–1891); Nicholas (1872–1938); Marie (1876–1940); Olga (1880–1880); Andrew (1882–1944); Christopher (1888–1940).

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