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Marija Obrenovi?

Elena Maria Catargiu-Obrenovi? (Serbian Cyrillic? ?-; 1831 Ia?i – 16 July 1876 or 28 June 1879, Dresden), known in Serbia as Marija Obrenovi?, was a Moldavian and Romanian boyaress. She was the daughter of Costin Catargi(u), a great landowner and Moldavian separatist, the former wife (div. 1855) of Milo? Obrenovi? of Serbia (1829-1861), the mistress of Domnitor Alexandru Ioan Cuza of Moldavia and Wallachia (1820–1873), and the mother of King Milan I of Serbia, Alexandru Al. Ioan Cuza and Dimitrie Cuza. Her younger sons, Dimitrie committed suicide in 1888 and Alexandru died the following year.



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