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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.

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

Portrait of Empress Maria Alexandrovna, 1857, Franz Xavier Winterhalter

Royal Russia News: The Vladimir Palace - Residence of the Grand Duke Vladimir Alexandrovich in St. Petersburg

Spala, the Tsar's hunting lodge in Poland

Townhouse of Zinaida Ivanovna Yusupova, nee Naryshkin (1810-1893). Designed by Harald Bosse and buildt by Ludwig Bonshtedt, the construction began in 1852, and ended in 1858. The last owner of the palace, which was reknowned for its beautiful librarys, concert and portrait halls, was Felix Yusupov.

Princess Nina Georgievna of Russia Sister of Princess Xenia Leeds, Romanov relations who played infrequently with the Tsar's children. Nina never did recognize Anna Anderson's claim to be Grand Duchess Anastasia as her sister Xenia did.

Italian Patio of the Grand Livadia Palace near Yalta, Crimea, Russia

Royal Russia News: The Vladimir Palace - Residence of the Grand Duke Vladimir Alexandrovich in St. Petersburg