Queen of the Netherlands. She was the daughter of Tsar Paul I (1796–1801) and sister of Tsar Alexander I (1801–1825). In 1816, she married William, the son of King William I, who succeeded his father as King William II in 1840. The Anna Paulownapolder in Northern Holland bears her name.

Historical Dictionary of the Netherlands. . 2012.

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