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Museum Alexandrowka, Potsdam

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  • very nice I must say. It's like a small jump on another continent. in the middle of the park, it is isolated from car-traffic and lively plunge in Russia's history. not that deep here, confronted with history but as a layman I felt to drink my beer "somewhere else".
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  • 185 years already in the middle of Europe, in Potsdam, is "Russian village" — Aleksandrovka. Russkaya Derevnya ALEKSANDROVKA is a town built in 1826-1827, in the northern part of the city of Potsdam, according to the Decree of the King of Prussia Frederick William III for the last twelve singers Russian soldier's Chorus. Aleksandrovkoj Russian colony in Potsdam was named in honour of the Russian Emperor Alexander I as a sign of kinship and friendship between Gogencollernami and Romanovs. When the Emperor Alexander I of Russia died in 1825, in Potsdam was still 12 Russian singers choir. Frederick William ordered postroet′ near Potsdam, which ordered Alexander provided the Russians occupy singers called Aleksandrovkoj. In the year 1827 Russian new dwellers moved into a fully furnished house. Oleksandrivka for them have even been gardens, and household identified by the cow. The colonists were not allowed to dispose of the land, but they can pass by inheritance to sons. Russische Kolonie Alexandrowka Alexandrowka 2 14469 Potsdam Germany
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  • This is another very nice neighbourhood and encandador cottages are beautiful some have restaurants or divine bars
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  • Old 18-19 century style Russian houses in modern Germany. An interesting part of the Prussian history connected with the Russian empire. A different face of Potsdam.
  • An extraordinary place with a history behind it. Nice place to walk as well as to have a Russian-style lunch.
  • Another one amazing place in Potsdam! Big surprise worth to visit for a while ...
  • Neat collection of Russian style buildings in a park-like setting. The back yard areas are communal and are used as orchards. A neat wander through town.
  • Great!
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