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Spala in Poland where the Czar had estates. They didn't go there after 1912 because Alexandra was afraid for Alexei who had had an accident there. Also, little Princess Elisabeth of Hesse ( Alix's niece) stayed with them, caught Typhoid and died there. They looked on it as a cursed palace.

Spala....the hunting lodge.

Portrait of Empress Maria Alexandrovna, 1857, Franz Xavier Winterhalter

Grand Duke Andrei Vladimirovich, son of Grand Duke Vladimir and Grand Duchess Marie Pavlovna the elder. Taken at the 1903 Winter Palace ball.

A rare and unique set of 48 Autochrome color photograph plates, taken by Alexander Zehest in 1917 of the interiors of the Alexander Palace, including both the Parade rooms and the personal rooms of the Imperial Family, have been returned to the Alexander Palace Museum. The Autochrome process was a rare and difficult one, invented by the Lumiere Brothers of France in 1903 and marketed in Europe and the US starting in 1907.

Grand Duke George and Nicholas (future Tsar Nicholas II)

Spala, the Tsar's hunting lodge in Poland

Tatiana on the balcony of the Hunting Lodge, Spala, 1912

The Amber Room after it was plundered by the Nazis in 1945.