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The space of direction at a point in an infinite dim Alexandrov space can be compact?Please give examples or prove it's wrong.

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Yes, the space of direction of an infinite dim Alexandrov space can be compact at some point.

Take for example the pyramid with Hilbert cube as the base.

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