Portrait of Emperor Alexander I s Alexander ascended to the throne in after the murder of his father Paul I He was initially a liberal and a reformer but as his reign progressed Alexander became increasingly autocratic in both his domestic and foreign policies The defeat of Napoleons invasion of Russia in left Alexander one of the most powerful leaders in Europe He was also King of Poland from as well as the first Grand Duke of Finland After his death in rumours persisted that he was in fact not dead at all but had fled to Siberia to become a hermit In the Soviet authorities opened his tomb in an attempt to solve the mystery only to find it empty Found in the collection of the State A Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts Moscow
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