Category:Princess Vjera of Montenegro

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<nowiki>ايمان اميره الجبل الاسود; Wiera Czarnogórska; ורה, נסיכת מונטנגרו; Вера Черногорская; Вјера Петровић Његош; Βέρα του Μαυροβουνίου; Princess Vjera of Montenegro; Princess Vjera of Montenegro; 蒙特內哥羅的佛潔拉; Prinsesse Vjera af Montenegro; Montenegrin princess; księżniczka czarnogórska; Vjera Petrović-Njegoš; Vjera of Montenegro; Vjera Petrovic-Njegoš, Princess of Montenegro; Wiera Petrović-Niegosz</nowiki>
Princess Vjera of Montenegro 
Montenegrin princess
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Date of birth22 February 1887
Rijeka
Date of death31 October 1927
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Occupation
  • aristocrat
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Mother
Sibling
  • Princess Zorka of Montenegro (elder sister)
  • Princess Milica of Montenegro (elder sister)
  • Princess Anastasia of Montenegro (elder sister)
  • Princess Marica of Montenegro (elder sister)
  • Danilo, Crown Prince of Montenegro (elder brother)
  • Elena of Montenegro (elder sister)
  • Princess Anna of Montenegro (elder sister)
  • Princess Sofia of Montenegro (elder sister)
  • Prince Mirko of Montenegro (elder brother)
  • Princess Xenia of Montenegro (elder sister)
  • Prince Peter of Montenegro (younger brother)
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Wikidata Q16083598
Bibliothèque nationale de France ID: 16964364t
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English: Princess Vjera of Montenegro born at Rijeka Crnojevića, Montenegro, 10 February of the 1887. She was the eleventh of the twelve children of Nikola I Petrovic-Njegoš, King of Montenegro and Milena Vukotic. She never married and died at age forty in Antibes, France, 30 October of the 1927.
Italiano: Principessa Vera del Montenegro nacque a Rijeka Crnojevića, Montenegro, il 10 febbraio del 1887. Era l'undicesima dei dodici figli di Nicola I, Re del Montenegro e di sua moglie Milena Vukotic. Morì nubile all'età di quaranta anni in Antibes, Francia, il 30 ottobre del 1927. Fu tumulata nella cripta della chiesa russa di San Remo. Nel 1989, i resti della famiglia reale montenegrina furono trasferiti a Cettigne, ex capitale del Montenegro.

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