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Riyoko Ikeda's "The Window of Orpheus" in St. Petersburg

Vera and Ludmille
Marquis Youssoupov's sister and brother

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Vera, telling Ludmille the legend of The Window of Orpheus

The Winter Palace

photograph of the Hermitage Museum, St. Petersburg copyrighted by and from St. Petersburg souvenir page at http://www.unilib.neva.ru/city/views/home.html

This could very well be the palace where all were surprised by the true identity of Julius. She held the key to a great fortune.

Julius was captured and taken away from the Marquis' house by conspirators plotting against the court and the Marquis himself. While she was held and interrogated by them, the Marquis realized who she really was and also some truth about himself. He had fallen in love with the beautiful and mysterious Julius though she was the bait he had kept to lure Alexei.

(all incidents are purely fictional from Ms. Ikeda's "Das Fenster von Orpheus")

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