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Amber Room
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  • 1. Amber Room
  • 2. Amber Room of Catherine Palace from Tsarskoye Selo Amber Room was given to Tsar Peter the Great by Prussian king Friederich Wilhelm I in 1716 us a token of friendship. Peter the Great built a palace for his wife Catherine where he included the Amber Room This room survived 170 years without great damage, but survived and the Bolshevik Revolution In 1941 Nazi troops dismantled Amber panel and transported them to Germany in the locality Konigsberg were soon disappeared without a trace.After years of searching Germans hoped to find this treasure, making excavations in the locality Deutchendorf were seems to have been buried Amber. Russians hope that this great treasure to return to the Catherine’s Palace from Tsarskoye Selo.In 1979 Russian began to rebuild the Amber Room and in 2003 after decades of work by Russian craftsman, the Amber Room was inaugurated in Catherine Palace in Tsarskoye Selo near Saint Petersburg. Saint Petersburg-Russia
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