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Alexander Palace Time Machine: Everyday Life in a Romanov Palace

This site, created by Russian history enthusiast and preservation advocate, Robert Atchison, provides abundant information about the Alexander Palace in St. Petersburg. Atchison became fascinated with the palace as a child and has traveled to Russia multiple times to push for the palace's restoration -- the beautiful neo-classical structure built by Catherine the Great had been used as a military installation by the Soviet Baltic Fleet since the 1950s. The site gives users access to a variety of types of information, including biographies (written primarily by Atchison) about those associated with the palace, floor plans, photos and links to related sites.
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Date of Scout Publication 2003-07-18
Archived Scout Publication URL https://scout.wisc.edu/report/2003/0718

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