3 In the Chambers of the Tsar

In the Chambers of the Tsar

Posted on August 14, 2012 by team


These are the chambers of boyars Romanovs located in Moscow. One may spend many hours here…

The chambers are dated 16-17th centuries.

It was decided to create a museum here in 1856 by emperor Alexander II. The building had been restored for 2 years before it deserved to have the emperors’s name…

Dining room in the men’s stone part of the house

Stody of the boyar with a huge a glased tile stove.

Leather coating of the walls

Library in the men’s part of the house as well.

Women’s part of the house is a wooden one.

Women’s rooms

On the wall – portrait of Yevdokia Lopukhina, wife of Peter the Great and first beauty of Moscow…

Work of boyarynia

Outside

Boys’ rooms. Boys had to study.

All items in the museum are genuine, some of them belonged to the Romanovs’ family.

Would you like to spend some time in the museum?

Location: Moscow

via anothercity

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3 Responses to “In the Chambers of the Tsar”

  1. Daniel says:

    Excellent photographs. Thank you.

  2. Cooper says:

    upss….stolen polish book on the right side of 20th picture.

    • hwy says:

      In 17th century Poland installed a fake Catholic heir and invaded Russia. The result was the Romanov dynasty, and decline of Poland. This was probably stuff left behind.

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