Amber room


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The Amber Room was looted during World War II by Army Group North of Nazi Germany and brought to Konigsberg for reconstruction and display.
Choose from the spacious Amber Room for up to 420 guests, the 18th century mansion, which can cater for up to 36, or The Potting Shed, a restored Victorian glasshouse with room for 60.
Some of the other historic heirlooms still missing include gold panels from The Amber Room, a chamber from Tsarskoye Selo near St Petersburg.
Before being stolen by the SS the Amber Room was one of Russia's most famous heirlooms, a stunning chamber at the Tsarskoye Selo palace near St Petersburg that was covered in amber panels backed with gold and mirrors.
On November 15, 2012, “Exile by Choice” a documentary by Drew Morris and Born Ready Films LLC, will conduct a test screening in Libertyville IL, at Mickey Finns Amber Room beginning at 6pm.
15pm at the Community Hall, St Nicholas Road, Barry, on the subject of the lost Amber Room.
The Catherine Palace (named for Peter's wife), a Rastrelli blue-and-gold baroque masterpiece, contains the breathtaking Amber Room, whose walls (replaced after they went missing during WW II) are panelled in pure amber.
The Amber Room was a gift from the King of Prussia to the Czar of Russia in 1716.
Historical mysteries will also get the Anna Chapman treatment, including the so-called amber room mystery.
In Search of the Amber Room, a film for Channel Four about a room made of pure amber stolen by the Nazis from Russia in 1941, was sold to many countries across the world.