Of course, lots of amber couldn’t just melt. Many researchers believe that it was stolen then hidden somewhere or even sold to private collections. Some of them even say that Joseph Stalin had another Amber Room and installed fake panels at the palace, from where Germans took them. Some parts of the Room were found in Germany, but the seller didn’t know the origin of the item, as he inherited it from his father, a soldier.
In Catherine Palace Amber Room
Inside the room worth £300 MILLION
Great palace, 'Amber room' reconstruction, Andreas Schluter, Pushkin, near .
The Amber Room.
Floor detail in Amber Room, Catherine Palace, Saint Petersburg, Russia
Double-Headed Eagle (amber frame detail) from the 'Amber Room'. Great site with history photos on the Amber Room.
"the amber room" russia tons of real amber were used to decorate everything in this room for Peter the great. every piece was stolen by the nazi's at the end of wwII -never found this is a replica built in 2003