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Prince Gavril Konstantinovich Romanov of Russia. "AL"

Prince Gavril Konstantinovich Romanov of Russia. "AL"

Strelna (Стре́льна) Petrodvortsovy District of the federal city of Saint Petersburg, Russia, located about halfway between St Petersburg + Petergof, overlooking the shore of the Gulf of Finland. In 1797, Strelna was granted to Grand Duke Konstantin Pavlovich (2nd son of Paul I) + his wife Grand Duchess Anna Feodorovna. After Konstantin's death, the palace passed to his nephew. The Konstantinovichi branch of the Romanov dynasty retained its ownership until the Revolution.

Strelna (Стре́льна) Petrodvortsovy District of the federal city of Saint Petersburg, Russia, located about halfway between St Petersburg + Petergof, overlooking the shore of the Gulf of Finland. In 1797, Strelna was granted to Grand Duke Konstantin Pavlovich (2nd son of Paul I) + his wife Grand Duchess Anna Feodorovna. After Konstantin's death, the palace passed to his nephew. The Konstantinovichi branch of the Romanov dynasty retained its ownership until the Revolution.

The Cottage Palace in the Alexandria Park in Peterhof Russia.

The Cottage Palace in the Alexandria Park in Peterhof Russia.

Tashkent: Palace of Grand Duke Nikolai Konstantinovich _BM

Tashkent: Palace of Grand Duke Nikolai Konstantinovich _BM

Hvidore - Property of Empress Dagmar and Queen Alexandra of Britain | Glucksburg

Hvidore - Property of Empress Dagmar and Queen Alexandra of Britain | Glucksburg

NICHOLAS II, Nikolai Aleksandrovich Romanov (1868-1918), Tsar of Russia, and his wife Alexandra Fedorovna (Alix of Hesse),1872-1918, granddaughter of Queen Victoria of England and Tsarina of Russia. At their coronation on 14 May 1896

NICHOLAS II, Nikolai Aleksandrovich Romanov (1868-1918), Tsar of Russia, and his wife Alexandra Fedorovna (Alix of Hesse),1872-1918, granddaughter of Queen Victoria of England and Tsarina of Russia. At their coronation on 14 May 1896

Yelagin Palace completed 1822 in Saint Petersburg, situated on Yelagin Island in the Neva River, served as a royal summer palace during the reign of Tsar Alexander I. Constructed on the site of an earlier mansion built during the rule of Catherine the Great, the villa was designed for Alexander's mother, Maria Fyodorovna. After Maria's death, the palace remained deserted for long periods of time. Nicholas II leased it to his prime ministers such as Sergei Witte, Pyotr Stolypin + Ivan…

Yelagin Palace completed 1822 in Saint Petersburg, situated on Yelagin Island in the Neva River, served as a royal summer palace during the reign of Tsar Alexander I. Constructed on the site of an earlier mansion built during the rule of Catherine the Great, the villa was designed for Alexander's mother, Maria Fyodorovna. After Maria's death, the palace remained deserted for long periods of time. Nicholas II leased it to his prime ministers such as Sergei Witte, Pyotr Stolypin + Ivan…

OK so this is actually Russian (Pavlosk Palace) but design and color palette is very austro-hungarian

OK so this is actually Russian (Pavlosk Palace) but design and color palette is very austro-hungarian

Anichkov Palace  The palace seen from the gardens

Anichkov Palace The palace seen from the gardens

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