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This should be Grushevka, it is in very bad conditions, but the frescoes are well kept. It must have been a fascinating place.http://picasaweb.google.com/zmicier.bel/08042007/photo#5051525340289558642
http://globus.tut.by/grushevka/"Grushevka, which belonged to GD Nikolay Mikhailovich, is in the Ukraine near Nikopol (Dnepropetrovsk - former Ekaterinoslav - region), and is now called Pokrovka."
The building of the link I posted is the same of that old link, and, as nobody had corrected it, I thought it was the right place.Who were the Reytans, and why was Grushevka renamed Pokrovka? Are there photos of this place?
Are these hotels in center St. Petersburgh? Thanks Amelia