A Soviet Postcard Devoted to Tsars Palace in Crimea

A Soviet Postcard Devoted to Tsars Palace in Crimea

Alupka was a place in South Crimea where Russian Tsars have spent their winter days in comfort of a more mild Southern climate enjoying weather in Crimea, sea and breeze. For purposes like this they built a palace, and then in Soviet times it was “musei” – or if you wish “museum” as we speak. And since that times there some postcards survived and we can see the beauty of the kings.

A Soviet Postcard Devoted to Tsars Palace in Crimea

This was the set of the postcards in question: “Alupka Palace-Museum Interriors”

A Soviet Postcard Devoted to Tsars Palace in Crimea

This dinner table has the views of Rome.

A Soviet Postcard Devoted to Tsars Palace in Crimea

A library for Tsars

A Soviet Postcard Devoted to Tsars Palace in Crimea

This was called a “Blue Dining Room”

A Soviet Postcard Devoted to Tsars Palace in Crimea

A portrait of the Dutchess

A Soviet Postcard Devoted to Tsars Palace in Crimea

And husband with the kids is posing still

A Soviet Postcard Devoted to Tsars Palace in Crimea

A table decoration in a billiard room

A Soviet Postcard Devoted to Tsars Palace in Crimea

A portrait of the Queen Ekaterina

A Soviet Postcard Devoted to Tsars Palace in Crimea

A Winter Garden for the kings to rest.

A Soviet Postcard Devoted to Tsars Palace in Crimea

A Carpet with a Shakh Fatkh Ali.

A Soviet Postcard Devoted to Tsars Palace in Crimea

A Stone watch with figures of Moscow saviors and the Tsar chair

A Soviet Postcard Devoted to Tsars Palace in Crimea

The bigger dining room. And every Soviet person could come visit and see how kings have lived before

A Soviet Postcard Devoted to Tsars Palace in Crimea

Some furniture from China for the royals

A Soviet Postcard Devoted to Tsars Palace in Crimea

Another duke in his bright outfit

A Soviet Postcard Devoted to Tsars Palace in Crimea

A library where kings could go readingA Soviet Postcard Devoted to Tsars Palace in Crimea

And different vases to bet set on tables

A Soviet Postcard Devoted to Tsars Palace in Crimea

An office room for the Tsar noble self

A Soviet Postcard Devoted to Tsars Palace in Crimea

And room where kings could listen to the music.

That was the luxury of kings, but Lenin has abolished all this shortly.

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