Baron Eduard Alexandrowitsch von Falz-Fein (born September 14, 1912) is a Russian-born businessman, journalist, public figure and sportsman from Liechtenstein. He was a member of Liechtensteinbobsled team and finished 18th in the two-man event at the 1936 Winter Olympics in Garmisch-Partenkirchen. Also he was a "sports diplomat" who initiated the Olympic movement in Liechtenstein and vice president of Liechtenstein Olympic Committee in the mid-1930s. In 1951 and from 1953 to 1973, he was President of the Liechtenstein Cycling Association. He was born in Gavrilovka, Kherson Oblast. Falz-Fein funded much of the research on the identification of the Romanov family remains. He turned 100 in September 2012.
Order of Honour (14 September 2002) - for outstanding contribution to the preservation and promotion of Russian culture abroad, strengthening friendship and cooperation between the peoples of the Russian Federation and the Principality of Liechtenstein
Pushkin Medal (August 20, 2007) - for outstanding contribution to the preservation of the cultural heritage of Russia
4th class (24 August 2012) - for a significant contribution to strengthening the international authority of Ukraine, the popularization of its historical heritage and modern achievements and to mark the 21st anniversary of the Independence of Ukraine
5th class (13 September 2007) - for outstanding contribution to the preservation of Ukrainian heritage, and active participation in the development of conservation and environmental education activities at the Biosphere Reserve Askania-Nova, named FE Pfalz-Fein Ukrainian Academy of Agricultural Sciences
Diploma of the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine with a memorable mark (21 May 1998) - a personal contribution and active assistance in the restoration of historical and cultural heritage of the Biosphere Reserve Askania-Nova