Alexander III ( Russian : Алекса́ндр III Алекса́ндрович , tr. Aleksandr III Aleksandrovich ; 10 March [ O.S. 26 February] 1845 – 1 November [ O.S. 20 October] 1894) was the Emperor of Russia , King of Poland , and Grand Duke of Finland from 13 March  [ O.S. 1 March] 1881 until his death on 1 November [ O.S. 20 October] 1894. He was highly conservative and reversed some of the liberal reforms of his father, Alexander II . During Alexander's reign Russia fought no major wars, for which he was styled " The Peacemaker " ( Russian : Миротво́рец, Mirotvórets , IPA:  [mʲɪrɐˈtvorʲɪt͡s] ).

Grand Duke Alexander Alexandrovich was born on 10 March 1845 at the Winter Palace in Saint Petersburg , Russian Empire , the second son and third child of Emperor Alexander II of Russia and his first wife Marie of Hesse .

On his deathbed the previous tsesarevich was said to have expressed the wish that his fiancée, Princess Dagmar of Denmark, should marry his successor. [2] This wish was swiftly realized when on 9 November [ O.S. 28 October] 1866 in the Grand Church of the Winter Palace in St. Petersburg , Alexander wed Dagmar, who converted to Orthodox Christianity and took the name Maria Feodorovna . The union proved a happy one to the end; unlike his father's, there was no adultery in his marriage. The couple spent their wedding night at the Tsesarevich's private dacha known as "My Property".

Ivan Asen I , also called Asen I , (died 1196), tsar of the Second Bulgarian empire from 1186 to 1196, during one of the most brilliant periods of the restored Bulgarian nation. He and his brother Peter II were founders of the Asen dynasty , which survived until the latter half of the 13th century.

In 1185 the brothers Ivan and Peter Asen of Tŭrnovo launched a revolt to throw off Byzantine sovereignty. The Asen brothers defeated the Byzantines and forced Constantinople to recognize Bulgarian independence. Their brother and successor, Kaloyan (reigned 1197–1207), briefly accepted the supremacy of Rome in church affairs and received…

Kaloyan , tsar of Bulgaria (1197–1207). The younger brother of the founders of the Second Bulgarian empire, Kaloyan sought to maintain Bulgarian independence. Although he recognized papal authority and was crowned by papal legates in 1204, Kaloyan reverted to Orthodoxy

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Tsar by Van Cleef & Arpels is a Woody Aromatic fragrance for men. Tsar was launched in 1989. The nose behind this fragrance is Philippe Bousseton . Top notes are artemisia, coriander, lavender, green notes, neroli, bergamot, rosemary and cinnamon; middle notes are carnation, juniper berries, tarragon, orris root, jasmine, caraway, lily-of-the-valley, rose, geranium and pine tree; base notes are leather, sandalwood, tonka bean, amber, patchouli, musk, coconut, oakmoss, cedar and vetiver.

Just bought a bottle and I seriously don't know why it has taken me this long to buy it. It has been over 15 years since I last smelt this master piece.

Imo, to sum it up, this is the most masculine, mature, piney green, barbershop like fragrance out there. This is an absolute classic! Take my money right now!

A forever favourite!

The head of a Russian Orthodox Church panel looking into the 1918 killing of Russia’s last tsar and his family said his statement that the church is investigating whether it was a ritual murder had no anti-Semitic connotations. Father Tikhon Shevkunov said Thursday that he was only talking about the “ritual revenge of atheist Bolsheviks” and never implicated the Jews. Get The Times of Israel's Daily Edition by email and never miss our top stories Free Sign Up

At an event in Moscow earlier this week, Shevkunov said that according to “the most rigorous approach to the version of ritual murder, a significant part of the church commission [on Nicholas II’s killing during the Russian revolution of 1917] has no doubt that this murder was ritual.”

That drew an angry response from Russia’s largest Jewish group, which denounced the words as a revival of anti-Semitic myths.

Alexander III ( Russian : Алекса́ндр III Алекса́ндрович , tr. Aleksandr III Aleksandrovich ; 10 March [ O.S. 26 February] 1845 – 1 November [ O.S. 20 October] 1894) was the Emperor of Russia , King of Poland , and Grand Duke of Finland from 13 March  [ O.S. 1 March] 1881 until his death on 1 November [ O.S. 20 October] 1894. He was highly conservative and reversed some of the liberal reforms of his father, Alexander II . During Alexander's reign Russia fought no major wars, for which he was styled " The Peacemaker " ( Russian : Миротво́рец, Mirotvórets , IPA:  [mʲɪrɐˈtvorʲɪt͡s] ).

Grand Duke Alexander Alexandrovich was born on 10 March 1845 at the Winter Palace in Saint Petersburg , Russian Empire , the second son and third child of Emperor Alexander II of Russia and his first wife Marie of Hesse .

On his deathbed the previous tsesarevich was said to have expressed the wish that his fiancée, Princess Dagmar of Denmark, should marry his successor. [2] This wish was swiftly realized when on 9 November [ O.S. 28 October] 1866 in the Grand Church of the Winter Palace in St. Petersburg , Alexander wed Dagmar, who converted to Orthodox Christianity and took the name Maria Feodorovna . The union proved a happy one to the end; unlike his father's, there was no adultery in his marriage. The couple spent their wedding night at the Tsesarevich's private dacha known as "My Property".

Alexander III ( Russian : Алекса́ндр III Алекса́ндрович , tr. Aleksandr III Aleksandrovich ; 10 March [ O.S. 26 February] 1845 – 1 November [ O.S. 20 October] 1894) was the Emperor of Russia , King of Poland , and Grand Duke of Finland from 13 March  [ O.S. 1 March] 1881 until his death on 1 November [ O.S. 20 October] 1894. He was highly conservative and reversed some of the liberal reforms of his father, Alexander II . During Alexander's reign Russia fought no major wars, for which he was styled " The Peacemaker " ( Russian : Миротво́рец, Mirotvórets , IPA:  [mʲɪrɐˈtvorʲɪt͡s] ).

Grand Duke Alexander Alexandrovich was born on 10 March 1845 at the Winter Palace in Saint Petersburg , Russian Empire , the second son and third child of Emperor Alexander II of Russia and his first wife Marie of Hesse .

On his deathbed the previous tsesarevich was said to have expressed the wish that his fiancée, Princess Dagmar of Denmark, should marry his successor. [2] This wish was swiftly realized when on 9 November [ O.S. 28 October] 1866 in the Grand Church of the Winter Palace in St. Petersburg , Alexander wed Dagmar, who converted to Orthodox Christianity and took the name Maria Feodorovna . The union proved a happy one to the end; unlike his father's, there was no adultery in his marriage. The couple spent their wedding night at the Tsesarevich's private dacha known as "My Property".

Ivan Asen I , also called Asen I , (died 1196), tsar of the Second Bulgarian empire from 1186 to 1196, during one of the most brilliant periods of the restored Bulgarian nation. He and his brother Peter II were founders of the Asen dynasty , which survived until the latter half of the 13th century.

In 1185 the brothers Ivan and Peter Asen of Tŭrnovo launched a revolt to throw off Byzantine sovereignty. The Asen brothers defeated the Byzantines and forced Constantinople to recognize Bulgarian independence. Their brother and successor, Kaloyan (reigned 1197–1207), briefly accepted the supremacy of Rome in church affairs and received…

Kaloyan , tsar of Bulgaria (1197–1207). The younger brother of the founders of the Second Bulgarian empire, Kaloyan sought to maintain Bulgarian independence. Although he recognized papal authority and was crowned by papal legates in 1204, Kaloyan reverted to Orthodoxy

Alexander III ( Russian : Алекса́ндр III Алекса́ндрович , tr. Aleksandr III Aleksandrovich ; 10 March [ O.S. 26 February] 1845 – 1 November [ O.S. 20 October] 1894) was the Emperor of Russia , King of Poland , and Grand Duke of Finland from 13 March  [ O.S. 1 March] 1881 until his death on 1 November [ O.S. 20 October] 1894. He was highly conservative and reversed some of the liberal reforms of his father, Alexander II . During Alexander's reign Russia fought no major wars, for which he was styled " The Peacemaker " ( Russian : Миротво́рец, Mirotvórets , IPA:  [mʲɪrɐˈtvorʲɪt͡s] ).

Grand Duke Alexander Alexandrovich was born on 10 March 1845 at the Winter Palace in Saint Petersburg , Russian Empire , the second son and third child of Emperor Alexander II of Russia and his first wife Marie of Hesse .

On his deathbed the previous tsesarevich was said to have expressed the wish that his fiancée, Princess Dagmar of Denmark, should marry his successor. [2] This wish was swiftly realized when on 9 November [ O.S. 28 October] 1866 in the Grand Church of the Winter Palace in St. Petersburg , Alexander wed Dagmar, who converted to Orthodox Christianity and took the name Maria Feodorovna . The union proved a happy one to the end; unlike his father's, there was no adultery in his marriage. The couple spent their wedding night at the Tsesarevich's private dacha known as "My Property".

Ivan Asen I , also called Asen I , (died 1196), tsar of the Second Bulgarian empire from 1186 to 1196, during one of the most brilliant periods of the restored Bulgarian nation. He and his brother Peter II were founders of the Asen dynasty , which survived until the latter half of the 13th century.

In 1185 the brothers Ivan and Peter Asen of Tŭrnovo launched a revolt to throw off Byzantine sovereignty. The Asen brothers defeated the Byzantines and forced Constantinople to recognize Bulgarian independence. Their brother and successor, Kaloyan (reigned 1197–1207), briefly accepted the supremacy of Rome in church affairs and received…

Kaloyan , tsar of Bulgaria (1197–1207). The younger brother of the founders of the Second Bulgarian empire, Kaloyan sought to maintain Bulgarian independence. Although he recognized papal authority and was crowned by papal legates in 1204, Kaloyan reverted to Orthodoxy

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Tsar by Van Cleef & Arpels is a Woody Aromatic fragrance for men. Tsar was launched in 1989. The nose behind this fragrance is Philippe Bousseton . Top notes are artemisia, coriander, lavender, green notes, neroli, bergamot, rosemary and cinnamon; middle notes are carnation, juniper berries, tarragon, orris root, jasmine, caraway, lily-of-the-valley, rose, geranium and pine tree; base notes are leather, sandalwood, tonka bean, amber, patchouli, musk, coconut, oakmoss, cedar and vetiver.

Just bought a bottle and I seriously don't know why it has taken me this long to buy it. It has been over 15 years since I last smelt this master piece.

Imo, to sum it up, this is the most masculine, mature, piney green, barbershop like fragrance out there. This is an absolute classic! Take my money right now!

A forever favourite!

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