Alexander Palace

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Coordinates: 59°43′16″N 30°23′33″E / 59.721°N 30.3926°E / 59.721; 30.3926

Alexander Palace

The Alexander Palace (Russian: Александровский дворец) used to be a place where rulers lived. It was in Tsarskoye Selo, near St Petersburg. It is mostly famous for being the place where the last Russian Emperor Nicholas II and his family lived. It is in the Alexander Park. It was called an "elegant building" with the "greatest simplicity" and "comfort".[1]

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  1. The Alexander Palace in Detskoe Selo by V.I.Yakovlev (Leningrad 1927) p.39-40

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