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Paul Edward Kulikovsky has just started his work in Moscow as a Special representative of Prince Dimitriy Romanov, the President of the Prince Dimitriy Romanov’s Charity Fund. Paul Kulikovsky is an Honorary member of the Romanoff Family Association.

P.Kulikovsky is the great grandson of Grand Duchess Olga Alexandrovna, sister of Emperor Nicholas II.

Grand Duchess Olga Alexandrovna, the youngest child of Emperor Alexander III and Empress Maria Feodorovna, married Colonel Nicholas Kulikovsky in 1916. The couple got two sons, Tihon and Guri - the grandfather of Paul Kulikovsky.

Grand Duchess Olga Alexandrovna and her family were the last Romanovs to have left Russia in 1920.

The family lived for 28 years in Denmark, then moved to Canada, where Grand Duchess Olga Alexandrovna died in 1960.

Born in 1960 in Ottawa, Canada, Paul Kulikovsky grew up and got his education in Copenhagen, Denmark. He has a MBA in Management and Accounting from Copenhagen Business School. Paul Kulikovsky worked for many years in business in Copenhagen, for 4 years in London, UK and recently 2 years in Hamburg, Germany. He is now residing in Moscow, Russia working for an international company as Director general.



Paul Kulikovsky is the first descendent of Imperial Romanov family to return and settle down in Russia after the revolution. His route in life seems to be the reverse of his great grandmother - from Canada via Denmark to Russia.

Paul Kulikovsky participated in establishing the collection of Grand Duchess Olga Alexandrovna’s art, now located in a permanent exhibition at the Ballerup Egnsmuseum in Denmark. He organized many exhibitions of Grand Duchess Olga Alexandrovna’s paintings and Imperial Russian art.

His interest and devotion to the historical Peterhof has been appreciated with an Honoree membership of The Rebirth Society of Peterhof. Paul Kulikovsky participated in several TV documentaries, among them - the award winning TV series “A Royal Family”.The family lived for 28 years in Denmark, then moved to Canada, where Grand Duchess Olga Alexandrovna died in 1960.

He attended the funeral ceremony of H.I.H. Emperor Nicholas II, his family and servants, in St. Petersburg in 1998. In 2006 he played an important role in the reburial of H.I.H. Empress Maria Feodorovna. He gave the eulogy on behalf of the Romanov family in Roskilde Cathedral in Denmark and was escorting her remains on board a Danish navy vessel from Copenhagen to St. Petersburg.

P.Kulikovsky is married, has two daughters.



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