This is a small palace that, with a mandatory observer (isn't as bad as it sounds, the guides are very informative and friendly), is very interesting to see and hear about. The audio guides are excellent (in English of course) and the displays are very well explained, including differentiating between the original and restored aspects of each room. The Soviets unfortunately took some items, mainly chandeliers! But still plenty of authentic stuff to see.
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