The wifes of Russian rulers in XVI-XVII c. are called tsarinas. Officially the last tsarina was the 1st wife of Peter the Great — Eudokia Lopukhina. For the crowned women after 1712 see Category:Empresses of Russia.
English language uses the word tsarina both for the tsar's wives and daughters. In Russian are 2 different forms: tsaritsa (царица) for a queen and tsarevna (царевна) for a princess. For tsarinas-princesses see Category:Tsarevitches and tsarevnas.
This category has the following 8 subcategories, out of 8 total.
- ► Tsarinas by name (11 C)
- ► Tsarina's cap (1 C, 6 F)
- ► Embroidery of Russian tsarinas and Grand Duchess (2 C, 47 F)
- ► Grand Duchesses of Moscow (13 C, 3 F)
- ► Maria Skuratova-Belskaya (1 C, 2 F)
- ► Parsuna portraits of Russian tsarinas (6 C, 6 F)
- ► Tsarina's Golden Chamber (3 F)
- ► Tsar's weddings (6 C, 19 F)