Romanov Palace also known as Likani Palace is a palace located in Likani, Georgia. Currently it serves as an official residence of the President of Georgia (since 2004). The palace was designed by Leon Benois for Grand Duke Nicholas Mikhailovich of Russia.The amazingly beautiful palace, which has adorned Likani for many years, was built in 1892-95. It is located close to Mtkvari River. It used to be a favored vacation spot of the Russian royal family, the Romanovs.
Grand Kremlin Palace, Moscow, Russia, breathtaking as all of them are in Russia! The Grand Kremlin Palace was built on orders from Tsar Nicholas I in the mid-19th Century. The architects outdid themselves!
Alexander Palace ~ Tsarskoye Selo (Russian: Ца́рское Село́; "Tsar's Village") the town containing a former Russian residence of the imperial family + visiting nobility, 15 mi south from Saint Petersburg. Currently, there are two imperial palaces: the baroque Catherine Palace with the adjacent Catherine Park and the neoclassical Alexander Palace with the adjacent Alexander Park.
The Romanov Palace (1892-95). The latter – projected by Leon Benois and designed by Leopold Bilfeldt – was built on the bank of the Mtkvari River (Kura) as a summer mansion of Grand Duke Nicholas Mikhailovich of Russia. In the Soviet times, the Likani residence passed into the property of the state and was frequented by key Soviet officials, including Joseph Stalin. In a newly independent Georgia, the palace functions as a summer residence of the President of Georgia.