The Czar Peter House is a historic architectural example of the region from the 17th century and has already been preserved for centuries. It has a chapel-like brick building surrounding it, protecting it from the elements. But the building was still in need of greater work to ensure its survival for future generations. This has entailed extensive work on the stone floors and walls, roof, brickwork and window frames so that once again the public can experience this historic piece of 17th-century Dutch architecture, as well as the various paintings of Peter and other Romanovs that adorn the walls.