The Slide in the Imperial Palace


Alexander Palace was a residence of the Tsars outside of St. Petersburg. One room known as the Mountain Hall became a playroom for children during the reign of Nicholas I (r. 1825-1855). Amidst the precious and fragile works of art, the Tsar built an enormous slide.

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