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Rare vintage cars of the last Russian Emperor

March 09, 16:17 UTC+3
Favorite car of Russia's last Tsar Nicholas II and another 27 cars from His Imperial Majesty's Personal Garage are on the display in Moscow between March 8 and 12
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Mercedes Simplex 28/32PS (Germany, 1905)
Mercedes Simplex 28/32PS (Germany, 1905)
Mercedes Simplex 28/32PS (Germany, 1905)
© Artiom Geodakyan/TASS
Benz 18/24PS (Germany, 1912)
Benz 18/24PS (Germany, 1912)
Benz 18/24PS (Germany, 1912)
© Artiom Geodakyan/TASS
Russo-Balt К12/20 (Russia, 1911)
Russo-Balt К12/20 (Russia, 1911)
Russo-Balt К12/20 (Russia, 1911)
© Artiom Geodakyan/TASS
Le Zebre Type A (France, 1910)
Le Zebre Type A (France, 1910)
Le Zebre Type A (France, 1910)
© Artiom Geodakyan/TASS
Delaunay-Belleville 35CV (France, 1912)
Delaunay-Belleville 35CV (France, 1912)
Delaunay-Belleville 35CV (France, 1912)
© Artiom Geodakyan/TASS
De Dion-Bouton Model Z (France, 1905)
De Dion-Bouton Model Z (France, 1905)
De Dion-Bouton Model Z (France, 1905)
© Artiom Geodakyan/TASS
Lozier Type 77
Lozier Type 77
Lozier Type 77
© Artiom Geodakyan/TASS
The first Russian car, Freze-Yakovlev automobile (Russia, 1896)
The first Russian car, Freze-Yakovlev automobile (Russia, 1896)
The first Russian car, Freze-Yakovlev automobile (Russia, 1896)
© Artiom Geodakyan/TASS
The emblem of Pierce-Arrow Motor Car Company
The emblem of Pierce-Arrow Motor Car Company
The emblem of Pierce-Arrow Motor Car Company
© Artiom Geodakyan/TASS
Phanomobil 4/9PS (Germany, 1911)
Phanomobil 4/9PS (Germany, 1911)
Phanomobil 4/9PS (Germany, 1911)
© Artiom Geodakyan/TASS
Delaunay-Belleville 40 HP (France, 1909)
Delaunay-Belleville 40 HP (France, 1909)
Delaunay-Belleville 40 HP (France, 1909)
© Artiom Geodakyan/TASS
Mercedes Simplex 28/32PS (Germany, 1905)
Mercedes Simplex 28/32PS (Germany, 1905)
Mercedes Simplex 28/32PS (Germany, 1905)
© Artiom Geodakyan/TASS
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Mercedes Simplex 28/32PS (Germany, 1905)
© Artiom Geodakyan/TASS
Benz 18/24PS (Germany, 1912)
© Artiom Geodakyan/TASS
Russo-Balt К12/20 (Russia, 1911)
© Artiom Geodakyan/TASS
Le Zebre Type A (France, 1910)
© Artiom Geodakyan/TASS
Delaunay-Belleville 35CV (France, 1912)
© Artiom Geodakyan/TASS
De Dion-Bouton Model Z (France, 1905)
© Artiom Geodakyan/TASS
Lozier Type 77
© Artiom Geodakyan/TASS
The first Russian car, Freze-Yakovlev automobile (Russia, 1896)
© Artiom Geodakyan/TASS
The emblem of Pierce-Arrow Motor Car Company
© Artiom Geodakyan/TASS
Phanomobil 4/9PS (Germany, 1911)
© Artiom Geodakyan/TASS
Delaunay-Belleville 40 HP (France, 1909)
© Artiom Geodakyan/TASS
Mercedes Simplex 28/32PS (Germany, 1905)
© Artiom Geodakyan/TASS

The exhibition dubbed The First Motors of Russia features automobiles manufactured for the local market or used in Russia before 1917. Favorite car of Russia's last Tsar Nicholas II, French Delaunay-Belleville and another 27 cars from His Imperial Majesty's Personal Garage are on the display in Moscow's Old-Timer Gallery. The event is underway between March 8 and 12.

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