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Surviving Interiors of the Palace of Grand Duke Paul Alexandrovich, youngest son of Tsar Alexander II and changed hands over time. When the revolution ended, the mansion was sold to the Russian Society for the Production of Equipment and Military Supplies. These days, the building is at the disposal of Saint Petersburg University

Surviving Interiors of the Palace of Grand Duke Paul Alexandrovich, youngest son of Tsar Alexander II and changed hands over time. When the revolution ended, the mansion was sold to the Russian Society for the Production of Equipment and Military Supplies. These days, the building is at the disposal of Saint Petersburg University

The Guards Room, Winter Palace.

The Guards Room, Winter Palace.

inaugurated in 1889 by Empress Maria Feodorovna who called him "our beloved dacha in miniature". In 1891, children of Alexander and Dagmar, and Georges Nicolas, engraved their name on a window to Using a diamond ring.Tsar Nicolas II signed "Nicky". Window are still in the same place.After the death of Alexander III in 1894, the Empress Maria Feodorovna not set foot in his "dacha in miniature". On the death of the Empress in 1928, his heir the Grand Duchess Olga sold the house.

inaugurated in 1889 by Empress Maria Feodorovna who called him "our beloved dacha in miniature". In 1891, children of Alexander and Dagmar, and Georges Nicolas, engraved their name on a window to Using a diamond ring.Tsar Nicolas II signed "Nicky". Window are still in the same place.After the death of Alexander III in 1894, the Empress Maria Feodorovna not set foot in his "dacha in miniature". On the death of the Empress in 1928, his heir the Grand Duchess Olga sold the house.

Moscow. Russia. Kharitonievsky Lane. Yusupov Volkov Palace. The Throne Room.

Moscow. Russia. Kharitonievsky Lane. Yusupov Volkov Palace. The Throne Room.

Danish Royal Family | The Danish Royal Family, September 1896

Danish Royal Family | The Danish Royal Family, September 1896

Interiors of the Winter Palace. room and playground stairs to half of Empress Maria Alexandrovna

Interiors of the Winter Palace. room and playground stairs to half of Empress Maria Alexandrovna

inaugurated in 1889 by Empress Maria Feodorovna who called him "our beloved dacha in miniature". In 1891, children of Alexander and Dagmar, and Georges Nicolas, engraved their name on a window to Using a diamond ring.Tsar Nicolas II signed "Nicky". Window are still in the same place.After the death of Alexander III in 1894, the Empress Maria Feodorovna not set foot in his "dacha in miniature". On the death of the Empress in 1928, his heir the Grand Duchess Olga sold the house.

inaugurated in 1889 by Empress Maria Feodorovna who called him "our beloved dacha in miniature". In 1891, children of Alexander and Dagmar, and Georges Nicolas, engraved their name on a window to Using a diamond ring.Tsar Nicolas II signed "Nicky". Window are still in the same place.After the death of Alexander III in 1894, the Empress Maria Feodorovna not set foot in his "dacha in miniature". On the death of the Empress in 1928, his heir the Grand Duchess Olga sold the house.

Queen Victoria's Private Sitting Room.  Queen Victoria knits while Princess Beatrice reads to her. Photographed by Mary Steen in 1895. - Windsor Castle

Queen Victoria's Private Sitting Room. Queen Victoria knits while Princess Beatrice reads to her. Photographed by Mary Steen in 1895. - Windsor Castle

Windsor Castle: The Queen’s Audience Chamber. Wild 1818

Windsor Castle: The Queen’s Audience Chamber. Wild 1818

Grand Duchess Alexandra Pavlovna of Russia

Grand Duchess Alexandra Pavlovna of Russia

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