Saving the Tsars' Palaces

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Polperro Heritage Press, 2005 - Palaces - 178 pages
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Presents the story of a small band of talented Russians who were determined not to allow their country's heritage to be swept away by all the horrors of the twentieth century. The authors vividly recount how they battled to save the great country palaces built by the tsars around St Petersburg after the war.

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About the author (2005)

Christopher Morgan has worked as a musician, a furniture maker, and a public servant. He lives in Melbourne, Australia.



Neil Curtis was an acclaimed, internationally exhibited artist. He illustrated many children's books including "Cat and Fish," which won the 2004 Children's Book Council of Australia's Picture Book of the Year Award. Curtis died in 2006.

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