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The Wooden Palace of Tsar Alexei Mikhailovich |  Kolomenskoye, Russia (East Europe) goo.gl/ZSMNO from angelfire.com

Kolomenskoye Palace (Ko-lo-men-sko-ye) Wooden Palace of Tsar Alexei I Mikhailovich Romanov (Aleksey) Russia in Kolomenskoye, Russia.

Mikhailovsky Castle, St. Petersburg. Mikhailovskiy Castle reflects Emperor Paul I's fascination with medieval chivalry, mysticism, and the military. Constantly afraid of assassination, he preferred not to live in the Winter Palace. Paul lived in his home for only 40 days before he was assassinated in his bedroom on 12 March 1801. His son immediately moved the Imperial family back to the Winter Palace and in 1819 the abandoned palace became home to the Engineering School of the Russian Army

The Mikhailovsky (Engineers') Castle in St. Petersburg, The year after the coronation of Czar Paul I, work began on construction of the building

go to Khabarovsk, russia {portland sister city in 1988 as they model our waste disposal system} #russia

go to Khabarovsk, russia {portland sister city in 1988 as they model our waste disposal system}

Peter and Paul Cathedral - St. Petersburg, Russia | Incredible Pictures

fullmoon - Peter and Paul Cathedral, St. Petersburg Russia by Ivan Smelov

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