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Alexander Palace Time Machine

Alexander Palace Time Machine Look back on the mysterious time of Nicholas II, the last Tsar of Russia. The author promises a trip back in time to the pre-revolutionary Imperial Russia of palaces and royalty. Take a virtual palace tour through the elaborate halls, reception rooms, family
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Alexander Palace Time Machine


Look back on the mysterious time of Nicholas II, the last Tsar of Russia. The author promises a trip back in time to the pre-revolutionary Imperial Russia of palaces and royalty. Take a virtual palace tour through the elaborate halls, reception rooms, family living quarters, and libraries. Of particular interest is the article entitled "Being There, A Recent Visit to the Alexander Palace." The author states that the palace is now a symbol of a Russia in transition. Teachers and students of World History can delve into palace history through archives and primary documents.

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• Learning Exercises • Audio • Pictures and/or Illustrations • Biographical Information


• High School Middle School Rebecca Moeggenberg

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