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His remains were buried with his mother, initially at the Cetinje Monastery in Montenegro. He was raised in Montenegro and Switzerland and studied briefly in Russia until his father took the Serbian throne in 1903.
Six years later, he became Crown Prince when his elder brother renounced his succession rights.
To date, she is the only person to have been buried there who was not being a member of the British Royal Family.
The only member of the royal family allowed remaining in the country following World War II, in 1947 he married Radmila Radonjić. Dorde died in Belgrade on October 17, 1972, and is buried in the royal crypt at St. Prince Andrija of Serbia (born and died March 16, 1890) Prince Andrej died just after birth, along with his mother who died from complications of childbirth. ********** King Alexander I of Yugoslavia reigned August 16, 1921 – October 9, 1934 Unofficial Royalty: King Alexander I of Yugoslavia Alexander was born on December 1, 1888, the fourth child of the future King Peter I and Princess Zorka of Montenegro.
Initially buried in the Cetinje Monastery in Montenegro, her remains were later moved to the royal crypt at St. Dorde, Crown Prince of Serbia (September 8, 1887 – October 17, 1972) Wikipedia: Prince George of Yugoslavia Dorde (George) was the second child of Peter I and Zorka of Montenegro.
He became Crown Prince of Serbia upon his father’s accession to the throne in 1903.
Alexander served in the Serbian military during the Balkan Wars and World War I.
He became King upon his father’s death in August 1921.