The Czar Peter House (Dutch: Czaar Peterhuisje) is a historical building in Zaandam, the Netherlands. It is best known as the place where Czar Peter I of Russia resided in 1697 during his Grand Embassy. The building was constructed in 1632.
Standbeeld van de turfschipper Adriaan van Bergen, burger van Etten-Leur. Hij hielp in de Tachtigjarige oorlog de Prins van Oranje om met een list Breda te heroveren. OPgericht in 1904 aan de Leurse Haven in Etten-Leur-Noord. Beeldhouwer Bart van Hove.
"livadia Palace showing how it looks over the Black Sea. Tsar Nicholas II built this palace, replacing an earlier one, early in his reign. Interestingly, after Nicholas was forced to abdicate in 1917, the Alexander Palace at Tsarskoe Selo became too dangerous for the Imperial Family so Nicholas petitioned the Provisional Government under Alexander Kerensky to allow him and his family to live quietly at the Livadia as private citizens. Kerensky refused and the rest is an historic tragedy."
Trinity Lavra of St Sergius, Sergiev Posad (70km away from Moscow), Russia. The Cathedral suit belongs to the beginning of the 14th century, was established at the place of the monastery of St Sergius in 1345 and partially rebuilt in the 15th-19th centuries. Since its creature the Cathedral was used by Russian Tsars as a castle which could save their lives. E.g. Peter I twice left Kremlin for Lavra; the Cathedral saved his life and helped him in his struggle for the crown of Russia.