Nikolai I and his daughters in Tallinn

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June 1832

In summer 1833 the daughters of Nikolai I - Maria, Olga and Aleksandra - arrived to Tallinn which was gaining popularity as the resort.
The emperor visited the city on 13 June where he received audiences, listened to the officials and dealt with other duties, he also visited Kadriorg together with his daughters.

The emperor left soon after this from the city, but the daughters remained in the city. On 5 August the grand duchesses went on a trip organised by the local aristocracy in Kose-Uuemõisa where the staging of the Estonian folk party Toloka (bee) was performed.

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