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omar faruk
Aug 01, 2022
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After 25 years of restoration, it was not officially completed until 2003, and the history of the Amber Palace is a testament to the interaction between Russia and Germany (formerly Prussia). The construction of the Amber Palace was originally built in 1701. It was originally set up in Charlottenburg Palace, the hometown of the first king of Prussia, Frederick I. Peter I of Russia once visited Prussia. The magnificence displayed by the palace is full of admiration. Beginning in the 13th century, Kaliningrad became the territory of the ancient Prussians, and Prussian amber craftsmanship has been famous in Europe since ancient times. At that time, the Northern War against Sweden (1700) had just begun, and Peter the Great was only interested in taking the Baltic estuary. Facing a strong enemy Sweden, Peter the Great chose to whatsapp database form an alliance with Denmark and Saxony. After a long confrontation, Peter the Great finally defeated Sweden in 1721, and Russia has since become the hegemon of the Baltic Sea. In 1716, the King of Prussia (then Friedrich Wilhelm I) presented the Amber Palace as a gift to Peter the Great to celebrate the peace between Russia and Prussia and as a symbol of the alliance between the two countries. At that time, the King of Prussia shipped amber and precious stones to Russia in 18 crates. The amber plates and carvings were long kept in Peter the Great's Summer Palace for viewing, and later part of them were placed in the Winter Palace as a collection of European art. In 1755, Queen Elizabeth ordered that the Amber Palace be moved to the Catherine Palace in the Tsar Village (ЦарскоеСело) in Pushkin (Пушкин). The Queen hired Italian designer Bartolomeo Francesco Rastrelli to ship more amber from Berlin, Germany, to redesign the redesign, which cost the equivalent of $142 million to renovate, and was finally presented with gold leaf. Ornate hall with six tons of amber slabs and semi-precious stones. At the time, the Amber Palace served as the private retreat of Queen Elizabeth, and later became the gathering room of Catherine II and the collection room of Alexander II. In this way, with the passage of time, the gems of the Amber Palace have passed quietly for more than two hundred years.
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