Category:Igor Konstantinovich Romanov

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Konstantin Konstantinovich and Elizaveta Mavrikievna's children:
Ioann KonstantinovichGavriil KonstantinovichKonstantin KonstantinovichOleg KonstantinovichIgor KonstantinovichGeorgiy Konstantinovich
Tatiana Konstantinovna (Bagration-Mukhrani‎) • Natalia • Vera Konstantinovna
Prince Igor Constantinovich of Russia 
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Date of birth10 June 1894
Pavlovsk
Date of death18 July 1918
Alapayevsk
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Igor Konstantinovič Romanov (it); Igor Constantinovitch de Russie (fr); Романов, Игорь Константинович (ru); Igor Konstantinowitsch Romanow (de); Igor Constantinovich (pt); Ігар Канстанцінавіч Раманаў (be); Prințul Igor Constantinovici al Rusiei (ro); イーゴリ・コンスタンチノヴィチ (ja); Igor Constantinovich da Rússia (pt-br); Igor Romanow (pl); Igor Konstantinovitsj van Rusland (nl); Prince Igor Constantinovich of Russia (en-gb); Ígor Románov (es); Prince Igor Constantinovich of Russia (en); Prince Igor Constantinovich of Russia (en-ca); Ιγκόρ Κωνσταντίνοβιτς της Ρωσίας (el); Igor Konsztantyinovics Romanov orosz herceg (hu) Russian prince (en); Mitglied des Hauses Romanow-Holstein-Gottorp (de); militair (nl) Игорь Константинович Романов (ru); Igor Romanov (es)

Prince Igor Konstantinovich of Russia (Игорь Константинович) (June 10, 1894–July 18, 1918), was the sixth child of HIH Grand Duke Konstantin Konstantinovich of Russia by his wife Elisaveta Mavrikievna née HH Princess Elisabeth of Saxe-Altenburg. He attended the Corps des Pages, an imperial military academy in Saint Petersburg. On April 4, 1918, he was exiled to the Urals by the Bolsheviks and murdered in July the same year in a mineshaft near the town of Alapaevsk, along with his brothers HH Prince Ioann Konstantinovich and HH Prince Konstantin Konstantinovich, his cousin His Serene Highness Prince Vladimir Pavlovich Paley and other relatives and friends.