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Alexandrowka is a museum village of the Colony Alexandrowka in Potsdam, which was created in 1826-27 upon the request of Frederick Wilhelm III of Prussia. The people of this village were former members of a Russian soldier's choir. The old colony is now part of...More
12 wooden houses, beautifully decorated, surrounded by large orchard gardens built for the King's Russian choir, very close to the Sans Souci Park.
Easily accessed by bus (603 or 638 from the Postdam main station). Another option is 5 mn' walk from bus stop Jägerallee...More
Very beautiful wooden houses in Russian style, just a view and was a house prison of Russian singer. Now is a complex of museum and tea house and restaurant. In Fall this place just like in fairy tales of witch house and in winter remind...More
Alexandrowka is a Russian colony north of Potsdam's city center erected under Prussian King Frederick. He built 12 blockhouses for the remaining 12 prisoners who served the King as chorusboys. Nowadays most of the wooden houses belong to private persons. A guided tour is highly...More
Alexandrowka was built in early XIX century by German emperor especially for 10 soldier-singers presented to him by Russian Tsar Alexander I . The town presents a number of old Russian wooden houses - part of them are inhibited till now. There is also Russian...More
Alongside the Dutch quarter this really brought home how attitudes to migration have changed - the Prussians did all they could to encourage migrants in, be it skilled traders and craftsmen from Holland or soldiers from Russia. A bit more enlightened than our era! A...More