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Amber sure has a nice room.
14/Nov/07 12:19 AM
where in the world is the amber room?
14/Nov/07 12:33 AM
HMMMMM - Maybe a restaurant?
14/Nov/07 12:59 AM
I think the amber room is one of the restored room in a museum, but I'm not sure if it's in germany or france
14/Nov/07 1:12 AM
5:51 Ornate doesn't begin to describe it ...
14/Nov/07 1:28 AM
6:09 Hi to all.
14/Nov/07 1:46 AM
An incredible room.
14/Nov/07 1:52 AM
Amber room. Magic. Like sunshine.Gold from the sea.
14/Nov/07 2:01 AM
Amber room are in Russia. Amber are gold from Baltic sea.
14/Nov/07 2:02 AM
fascinating story behind the amber room.
14/Nov/07 2:12 AM
here is a good link if you feel like doing a bit of history reading.

14/Nov/07 2:26 AM
The Amber Room is is St. Petersburg.
14/Nov/07 2:32 AM
14/Nov/07 2:32 AM
stlparrotthead, thank you for that link. Very interesting!
14/Nov/07 2:57 AM
The Amber Room is in Catherine Palace which is located in the town of Pushkin. Pushkin is about an hour's drive south of St. Petersburg. I toured the Palace several years ago in November. There was snow on the ground and the beautiful blue and white palace was a sight that was breathtaking!
14/Nov/07 3:13 AM
According to "Wikipedia", the original Amber Room was created in Prussia from 1701 to 1709 and was housed in Charlottenburg Palace until 1706 when it was gifted to Tsar Peter the Great. Nowadays, it can be viewed in the Catherine Palace of Tsarskoye Selo near St. Petersburg.
14/Nov/07 3:19 AM
Good day all. Been sleeping in and don't get on as early.
14/Nov/07 3:47 AM
Hmm, doesn't look like any of the rooms in my house.
14/Nov/07 4:12 AM
maEn! 3:13
14/Nov/07 4:46 AM
That's odd, Jamie. It looks exactly like my spare bedroom.
14/Nov/07 5:07 AM
This is a photo I took during our visit to St Petersburg in 2003 - the year of the 300th Anniversary of the foundation of St Petersburg. Catherine Palace was occupied by the German army during the 900-day seige of Leningrad - as it was then known. The amber was stripped from the room and More...
14/Nov/07 5:26 AM
Nowadays, it can be viewed in the Catherine Palace of Tsarskoye Selo near St. Petersburg.
The only difference -- it is newly made as it was taken off and shipped out of Russia by Hitler's Army. They hid it somewhere, and until now it has never been found. So, that what you see today, is restored on the base of drawings.
14/Nov/07 5:30 AM
Oops, Ian already explained everything.
14/Nov/07 5:32 AM
When we visited last year you were not allowed to take photos in the Amber Room. Ian you were lucky!
14/Nov/07 5:47 AM
14/Nov/07 6:01 AM
4:49. Good Maen all. So much to see in the world, so little time!
14/Nov/07 6:21 AM
Good afternoon to all! It's nice to see some new photos. The Amber Room looks like a nice place to see!
14/Nov/07 6:27 AM
5:56 - Beautiful photo, Ian!
14/Nov/07 7:00 AM
14/Nov/07 7:33 AM
maen all! the new york museum of natural history has a great replica room. for east-coasters its a lot shorter trip. all the amber came from the shores of the baltic sea in present day poland just like the original amber at the palace. great craftsmanship as well!
14/Nov/07 7:45 AM
5:00 I don't know if I could spend too long in that room - beautiful though it is. It would give me a headache!
14/Nov/07 8:35 AM
4.11 way too much of one colour, maybe looks better when actually there
14/Nov/07 9:22 AM
3.44 The amber room is superb. Thanks for info on it, I thought it must be Versailles at first, been there but not St Petersburg.
14/Nov/07 10:23 AM
Rose, I think I agree with you. I must confess that I was a little disappointed when I first saw it, it was a little - what shall I say - gaudy. But the sheer quantity of amber and the workmanship involved were just staggering.
14/Nov/07 7:41 PM
4.59 Such opulence!
14/Nov/07 9:26 PM
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