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Ai-Todor

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lostfan:
Are there any photos of Sandro and Xenia's palace in the Crimea? What happened to it after the Revolution?

bricesch:
I have another picture of "Ay-Todor" from Alexander's "Once a Grand Duke".  Bob A. says he has permission to post the text, but I'm not sure about the pictures.  Bob, may I post the picture.

felix:
I read the Germans burned it during the Secon World War.

brnbg aka: liljones1968:

--- Quote ---I think the only pictures of Ai Todor anyone here has been able to post can be found on this thread (second page):http://hydrogen.pallasweb.com/cgi-bin/yabb/YaBB.cgi?board=crimea;action=display;num=1102971706;start=25.  The photos show Sandro/Xenia with various and assorted children.  Nothing really to help clarify what Ai Todor looked like--and of course, the building is gone forever now.  I'm sure somewhere out there photos exist.
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do these help?

the entrance court


a corner of Ksenia Aleksandrovna's bedroom

another corner (her jewel cabinet is on the left)

one of the salons


"Sandro"'s bathroom

Sainte-Claire1875:
Those photos help me, thanks. Where on earth did you manage to find them? ??? I've searched all over for more photographs, and haven't really found anything.

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