Built under the order of Catherine the Great for her grandson (the future Tsar Alexander I), Alexander Palace has seen many ... More
Aleksandrovskii Dvorets (Alexander Palace)
Built under the order of Catherine the Great for her grandson (the future Tsar Alexander I), Alexander Palace has seen many faces come and go. Once the principle residence of Russia's last Tsar Nicholas II and his family, it became a museum after their execution. In 1941, it became a Nazi headquarters; and during the 1950s, a top secret Soviet missile tracking location. Today, half the palace remains occupied by the military and the other half is the personal apartments for Nicholas II and his family.
THIS UNIQUE BOUTIQUE HOTEL HAS GREAT CHARM. IT IS NOT ONLY THAT ALL OF THE ROOMS HAVE BEEN DECORATED IN
AN INDIVIDUAL STYLE WITH IMAGINATION, BUT THEY BEAR THE PERSONAL STAMP OF THE RUSSIAN OWNER, A FORMER JOURNALIST AND ...
This is a place where you can feel like an aristocrat of early 19th century Russia. It's a literary cafe/restaurant
with an interesting collection of items an antique library with 15,000 old books, maps, globes and telescopes, all of ...
The last Czar and his family were killed in 1918, and there is no evidence that they ever booked a
room at Eliseev Palace. But, even though the last of the Romanovs never inhabited those rooms, you will feel ...
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