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The Tsar 's Working Study, Livadia Palace.

Tsar Nicholas ll of Russia’s Working Study at Livadia Palace in the Crimea of Imperial Russia

Interior of Livadia Palace was a summer retreat of the last Russian tsar, Nicholas II, and his family in Livadiya, Crimea in southern Ukraine. Cr.Wikipidia

Interior of Livadia Palace in Russia. Livadia was a summer retreat of the last Russian Tsar, Nicholas II, and his family in Livadia, Crimea in southern Ukraine. Such a beautiful room.

RUSSIAN SUMMER MANORS ~ The Livadia Palace, The Crimea, The Ukraine. It is the favorite dinning room of Nikolay II's family. Seems, this room is still waiting for them...

RUSSIAN SUMMER MANORS ~ The Livadia Palace, The Crimea, The Ukraine. It is the favorite dinning room of Nikolay II's family. Seems, this room is still waiting for them...

"The White Hall of Livadia Palace : In November 1911, this hall was the scene of a full dress ball to celebrate the 16th birthday of the Tsar's eldest daughter, Olga Nicolaevna. In 1945, this hall hosted Franklin D. Roosevelt, Winston Churchill, and Joseph Stalin during the Yalta Conference."

: In November this hall was the scene of a full dress ball to celebrate the birthday of the Tsar's eldest daughter, Olga Nicolaevna. In this hall hosted during the

The bedroom of Empress Alexandra, wife to Nikolay II in The Alexander Palace of Tsarskoye Selo. How many icons are on the wall...

The bedroom of Empress Alix-Alexandra, wife to Nicholas II in The Alexander Palace of Tsarskoye Selo.

"I have been very fortunate to have obtained the Autochrome book from Tsarskoe Selo from a very great friend… these photos were taken IN FULL COLOUR in 1917. These are NOT re-coloured by anyone in photoshop. These are the real colours of rooms in the Alexander Palace as the Romanovs saw them." (frozentears.org)

the-lost-empires: “ “I have been very fortunate to have obtained the Autochrome book from Tsarskoe Selo from a very great friend… these photos were taken IN FULL COLOUR in These are NOT.

Step Inside a Bridgehampton Home Designed by Steven Gambrel Photos | Architectural Digest

Step Inside a Bridgehampton Home Designed by Steven Gambrel

Bobbie’s office includes a vintage brass-and-leather Mastercraft desk and Louis XVI side chairs with leather upholstery. The brass sconces are from Nicholas Antiques, and the silk rug was created by Gambrel.

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