Anne of Bourbon-Parma, Carmen Sylva, Casa Regala, Crown Princess Margarita, Familia regala, istoria regalitatii, King Carol I, King Ferdinand, King Michael of Romania, Mignon, Monarhia, Principesa Margareta, Queen Anne, Queen Elizabeth of Romania, Queen Marie of Romania, Regele Carol I, Regele Ferdinand, Regele Mihai, Regina Elisabeta, Regina Maria, Romanian Royal Family
The National History Museum of Romania in Bucharest is hosting a new exhibition on the Romanian Royal Family, scheduled for opening at the end of next week. I am one of the organisers and plan to write more in a forthcoming post about this important royal history event after 10 May (Romania’s National Royal Day) when the exhibition will be in full swing. I also contributed with a number of exhibits from my own collection, among them a series of letters between Queen Mother Helen and Prince Leonid Lieven. Stars of the exhibition are some rare portrait paintings loaned from the National Museum of Arts Queen Marie, King Carol I, King Ferdinand, Princess Elisabeta, King Michael and his mother Queen Helen. ©Diana Mandache
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