The Fabergé Museum collects the famous Imperial Easter eggs – jeweled decorations resembling bird eggs – designed for Russian Tsars Alexander III and Nicholas II. Due to the Russian revolution, the eggs have been sold around the world; however, since 2013, the Fabergé Museum has collected the eggs, as well as other Russian decorative arts, and put them on display inside a former palace. Currently, their collection includes 9 Imperial Easter eggs.