Alexandra Feodorovna

Pilgrimage route to open on the 100th anniversary of the murder of Russian Imperial Family

The department of information policy of the Sverdlovsk region reports that a pilgrimage route is set to open on the 100th anniversary of the murders of Nicholas II, his wife Alexandra Feodorovna and their four children. “It is expected that the route will pass through Moscow, St. Petersburg, Kirov, Perm, Ekaterinburg and Tobolsk,” they said [read more]

Alexandrine of Mecklenburg-Schwerin

The Politics of Skirts

This article was written by Michelle. In 1898 an article appeared in a Danish newspaper, criticising Queen Louise of Denmark for her intrusion into politics: ”In Germany, they have had their Reasons to distrust the Politics of Skirts, which has been going on at the Danish Court, but ultimately there have been no Accidents.” Queen [read more]

The Royal Women

The Queens of Huahine

Huahine is an island in the Pacific Ocean and is part of the territory of France. It currently has a population of about 6,300. The island was ruled by monarchs from 1760 until 1895 when it was annexed by France. Of its ten monarchs, five were female.  Tehaapapa I The first ruler of the island was Te-ha’apapa [read more]